|Alabama People First Officer's Handbook|
This handbook explains how a People First group can work together with members, officers, and advisors to get things done.
|Break Through Inc.|
Since 1978 our mission has been to expand awareness of and sensitivity towards persons with disabilities. We will motivate people of all abilities not only to work with others, but to encourage one another as well!
|Central England People First|
Self Advocacy organization in Central England.
|DAWN - DisAbled Women's Network (Ontario)|
DAWN Ontario is a progressive, volunteer-driven, feminist organization dedicated to the advancement of equality rights of women with disAbilities.
|Kids As Self Advocates|
Grassroots network of youth with special needs and our friends.
|New American Movement for People with Disabilities|
This self-advocacy organization is located in New Jersey. It works on issues that affect everyone around the United States.
|New Jersey Self Advocacy Project|
A state-wide self-advocacy organization in New Jersey.
An organization that works to protect and develop the rights of individuals with disabilities.
|Not Dead Yet|
Disability activists opposed to the legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia.
|People First of Wisconsin|
State Self-Advocacy Organization in Wisconsin
|People First of California, Inc.|
Statewide self-advocacy organization in California
|People First of Connecticut|
A self-advocacy organization in the state of Connecticut.
|People First of Nebraska, Inc.|
This is a self-advocacy organization.
|People First of New Hampshire|
A non-profit organization directed by people with disabilities who advocate for themselves and for others with disabilities.
|People First of Northern Virginia|
A self-advocacy organization for people with disabilities
|People On the Go of Maryland|
This is a statewide self-advocacy and leadership group in Maryland.
|Self Advocate Coalition of Kansas (SACK)|
An advocacy group in Kansas made up of adults with developmental disabilities. They help people speak up for themselves to have the highest possible level of independence.
|Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)|
Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) is the national self-advocacy organization.
|Shoot Your Mouth Off|
This company makes films about issues important to self-advocates, and the actors are the people with disabilities who wrote the scripts. It is located in the United Kingdom.
|The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)|
An organization that advocates for equal opportunities and rights for people with disabilities.
|The Autistic Self Advocacy Network|
This agency provides support and services to people with autism. It also advocates for community change and is run by and for people with autism.
|The New Jersey United Self-Advocates, NJ/USA|
A statewide self-advocacy organization in New Jersey.
|The Patient Needs Fixing Understanding the Medical View of Disability|
This kit helps participants explore the history and influence of the medical/professional view of people with disabilities.
|The Self-Advocacy Association of New York State, Inc.|
The Self-Advocacy Association of New York State, Inc. is a strong voice for and by people with disabilities.
|We Care A Lot Foundation|
The We Care A Lot Foundation sponsors many self-groups and activities in Northern California. These include People First, Pathfinders, Respect Yourself, and many more. Please visit the website for more details.
|World Institute on Disability|
An internationally recognized public policy center organized by and for people with disabilities. WIDís programs address employment, economic development and financial stability issues.
|Youth Organizing! Disabled & Proud|
A program that connects, organizes and educates youth with disabilities.