People of AC – Staff with 16-25 Years of Service

Photo of Staff Staff with 16-25 Years of Service! They are, from left: Nell Hahn, Director of Litigation & Systems Advocacy (17 years); Sharon Eubanks, Client Advocate (20 years); Sarah Voigt, Director of Legal Services (18 years); Linda Carter, Accounting Assistant (24 years); Helen Burks, Ombudsman (16 years); Ginger VanWart, Intake Specialist (25 years); and Glyn Butler, Client Advocate (17 years).

Election Day 2014 - AC Telephone Hotline and Voter Survey for People with Disabilities

Contact AC staff at 1-800-906-7705 with questions or complaints regarding disability-related voting issues. Hotline will be open on November 4, 2014 from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., and during normal AC business hours Wednesday through Friday, November 5-7, 2014.

New Orleans' First Wheelchair Accessible Taxicab Now In Service

After more than 3 years of advocating for accessible cab services in New Orleans, people who use wheelchairs or scooters can now schedule a cab to take them to their destination like everyone else.

Friends of the Advocacy Center - Join Today!

FoAC Logo The Friends of the Advocacy Center (FoAC) is a community of volunteers working in partnership with the Advocacy Center to support and sustain its mission to protect, empower, and advocate for people with disabilities and seniors throughout Louisiana.Volunteer opportunities include community outreach, special events, fundraising, policy issues, pro bono legal services, and landscaping.

2014 Diversity Works Job Fairs

On October 1, 2014, people with disabilities, employers, and representatives from the Advocacy Center, Louisiana Workforce Commission, Louisiana Rehabilitation Council, and LA Department of Health and Hospitals kicked off National Disability Employment Awareness Month by gathering on the steps of the Louisiana Capitol to call attention to the importance of employment for people with disabilities.

"Expect, Employ, Empower" - October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

On October 1, 2014, people with disabilities, employers, and representatives from the Advocacy Center, Louisiana Workforce Commission, Louisiana Rehabilitation Council, and LA Department of Health and Hospitals kicked off National Disability Employment Awareness Month by gathering on the steps of the Louisiana Capitol to call attention to the importance of employment for people with disabilities.