Our Mission

The Mission of the Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. is to protect, promote and expand the rights of people with disabilities.


Belief Statement

The ODLC mission reflects the belief that people with disabilities are entitled to be treated with dignity and respect; to be free from abuse, neglect, exploitation and discrimination.

The ODLC mission also reflects the belief that people with disabilities are entitled to equal rights and to equally effective access to the same opportunities as are afforded other members of society.

Important Message From NDRN

Tell Congress to Support the Veterans' P&A

Concerns regarding both the quality and timeliness of care that our nation’s veterans receive at federal Veterans Affairs hospitals and clinics have been raised in both the news and at Congressional hearings. Through discussions with multiple veterans service organizations, the National Disability Rights Network feels that the nationwide network of Protection and Advocacy agencies are in a unique position to help address the many real issues that our veterans face in getting the quality care they need and to which they are entitled.

Nationwide, P&As have provided critical, objective advocacy and protection for individuals with disabilities. One important component of this work is monitoring the quality of care people with disabilities are receiving from hospitals, clinics, and other facilities. NDRN considers it vital that veterans have access to this same advocacy and protection when in the care of a VA medical center for mental health and/or substance use issues.

To that end, Representative Martha Roby has introduced the Protection and Advocacy for Veterans Act of 2017 (H.R. 1712) to establish a grant program to improve the monitoring of mental health and substance abuse treatment programs of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Click here to find out how to ask your Representative to co-sponsor this important legislation