Disability Rights Center of Kansas

The Disability Rights Center of Kansas helps Kansans with disabilities. The DRC has attorneys and advocates who provide free advocacy and legal services to protect the civil rights of individuals with disabilities. DRC staff have the power to investigate institutions who may be abusing and/or neglecting the elder and persons with disabilities. The organization is interested in making systemic change to bring equality and justice to individuals with disabilities.

  • the DRC can give you information about the justice system and your rights, if they can't help you, they will try to find someone who can 
  • a DRC attorney may represent a Kansan with a disability if their disability rights are violated under state or federal law. Examples of disability rights law are the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504,  Medicaid Act, Fair Housing Act, etc., 
  • the DRC may be able to help you get what you need by advocating on your behalf 
  •  They may give you legal or other advice and support to help you advocate for yourself 

What DRC does NOT do: 

  • DRC does not provide legal services for workers compensation 
  • Social Security eligibility or appeals 
  • Divorce 
  • Child custody or Child In Need of Care 
  • Criminal Representation 
  • Estate planning 
  • Will drafting 
  • Civil legal representation not related to disability rights 

214 SW 6th Ave, Ste 100, Topeka, KS 66603 | 785.273.9661 (Intake-Line) | info@drckansas.org | www.drckansas.org