Jake Smith called dLCV with his mother’s support when he received notification that DARS was going to be closing his case With dLCV assistance, Jake was hired by a local non-profit, and DARS agreed to assist him in getting a start date for employment and supporting him at his new job.
The Morris family called dLCV because their daughter, Kate, needs adult services from the Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS). With dLCV assistance, the client advocated for herself very well and became a DARS client.
During a routine facility monitoring visit, dLCV discovered that David was subjected to disproportionate amounts of mechanical restraint. Found out how a tablet was his ticket to freedom.
Jay, a Veteran, needed our help to breathe. Our advocacy helped him get a "Breath of Fresh Air." Find out how we advocated for Jay.
Christie used to spend her time waiting for resources. Now, she spends her time working at her new job. Find out how we advocated for Christie's employment.
Matthew is no longer anxious this school year. Find out how we advocated for Matthew to obtain the proper tools to grow and succeed in the classroom!
Randall no longer has to face obstacles in finding employment. He is now working! Find out how we advocated for Randall's employment.
Jerry's fingers were amputated from physical abuse at home. Now he feels safe at home. Find out how we advocated for Jerry's safety.
James was worried about seeing his daughter's choir concert until our advocacy ensured a more accessible environment. Find out how we advocated for an accessible outcome.
Elena contacted the disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) because she needed our help to regain her services. Our advocacy made the difference.