Advocacy Resources

Rocky Mountain ADA Center

3630 Sinton Road, Suite 103 CS/CO 80907

Rocky Mountain ADA Center provides information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to individuals and organizations in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.


Arc of the Pikes Peak Region

12 North Meade, CS/CO 80909
(719) 471-4800

An organization that assists persons of all ages with developmental disabilities with advocacy issues and system policies. Support is offered with IEP’s and legal situations. Please call for additional information.


Disability Law Colorado

455 Sherman St. Ste. 130 Denver, CO 80203
(800) 288-1376

Providing assistance for people with disabilities and the elderly through advocacy, education, legislative analytics, and legal representation.


National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

510 Willamette, Suite A, CS/CO. 80903
(719) 473-8477

Assisting families of the mentally ill through advocacy, education, and research to help discover the causes of mental illness. Collaborative Partner. M, W, F hours 8 am–3 pm and T, Th hours 9 am–1 pm.


Peak Parent Center

611 North Weber – Suite 200 CS/CO 80903
(719) 531-9400 / (800) 284-0251

Provides education and assistance to parents of children with disabilities. They also provide information about your rights and “How to” participate in an I.E.P. Parent Training Information (PTI) for state of Colorado.


Pikes Peak Peace and Justice Commission

332 W. Bijou St. Ste 102 CS/CO, 80905
(719) 632-6189

PPPJC promotes nonviolence, social justice, and sustainability through education, advocacy, and community organization.


Alpine Autism Center

2760 Fieldstone RD CS/CO 80919
(719) 203-6903

Provides access to effective advocacy, resources, and treatment for individuals affected by autism in the Pikes Peak Region to enable them to reach their full potential. Day treatments are available for ages 3-18, including one-on-one therapy.


Autism & Asperger Connections

(719) 344-5619

Links families, individuals and professionals in the Colorado Springs community to autism support, information and resources. Free monthly support group meetings.

For more information on how you can advocate for your community, visit our Community Organizing page or contact The IC’s Advocacy Manager at 719-471-8181.

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