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Rep-Payee Reviewer

The disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) is a statewide nonprofit organization seeking to advance the rights of people with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and discrimination. We are seeking a qualified candidate to conduct reviews of individuals and organizations serving as Representative Payees for Beneficiaries of Social Security, and to advocate for the rights of persons with disabilities through other programs at dLCV when needed. The primary duty of this position is to review the practices of Representative Payees to ensure that Social Security benefits are received and disbursed in the best interest of the beneficiary.

Disability Rights Advocate II

The disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) is a statewide nonprofit organization seeking to advance the rights of people with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and discrimination. We are seeking experienced candidates for the position of Disability Rights Advocate II. The position provides effective, efficient, and timely assistance to people with disabilities in an effort to combat abuse, neglect, and discrimination. The position will conduct investigations, represent individuals, and assist with the development and implementation of strategic responses to identified deficiencies in the systems that serve people with disabilities in Virginia.

Minority Graduate Fellowship in Public Health

The disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) is a statewide nonprofit organization seeking to advance the rights of people with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and discrimination. We are seeking qualified graduating students from racial or ethnic minority groups for a 1-2 year fellowship program which will provide fellows with quality advocacy and skill-building opportunities. Fellows will address health disparities and improve outcomes for people with disabilities in minority communities; as well as, assist dLCV’s efforts to promote racial justice, build cultural, intersectional competency, and strengthen affinity between dLCV and minority-led advocacy.