Collective Action Through Collaboration & Partnerships
Greenville CAN Strategic Priorities 2018 – 2021
- Access: Advocate for improvements in access to facilities and services as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act established in 1990 and other legislation protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities.
- Independence: Reduce barriers to employment, advocate for accessible and affordable housing and transportation, and support efforts to bridge gaps in transition from school to adulthood.
- Opportunity & Inclusion: Improve disability awareness and understanding by promoting inclusion for individuals with disabilities in all aspects of community life including recreation, entertainment, social, and civic engagement.
- Coalition: Build, facilitate, and maintain a broad and diverse coalition to support Greenville CAN’s goals.
- Collaborative Action: Convene partners to work together across organizational lines putting positive outcomes for individuals with disabilities first.
- Collective Voice: Develop effective internal and external communications to build awareness and influence change among individuals, institutions, policy makers, and funders.
For more information please contact Mike Teachey at email@example.com.
People under 65 in Greenville County with a Disability: Census 2012 - 2016
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