"ADA is a landmark commandment of fundamental human morality."
- Justin Dart, Jr.
Father of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Contact UsProtection & Advocacy System, Inc.
7344 Stockman Street
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009
Phone: (307) 632-3496
Fax: (307) 638-0815
Protection & Advocacy System, Inc. (“P&A”), established in 1977, is a nonprofit corporation authorized by Congress to implement several federal laws to protect the human, civil and legal rights of people with disabilities. P&A has federal authority to gain access to facilities, records, and persons to investigate allegations of abuse and neglect. P&A also helps people obtain state and federally funded services, such as vocational rehabilitation, mental health, intellectual, traumatic brain injury, assistive technology devices and services, other disability services, voting rights, and access to facilities and programs. P&A focuses on civil rights and discrimination issues. P&A promotes systemic change to enhance quality of life for children and adults with disabilities. P&A provides legal representation and individual advocacy, education and training, including help with self-advocacy skills, and information and referral services.
The P&A network is the largest provider of legally-based advocacy services for persons with disabilities in the United States with similar organizations in every state and territory.
We are proud of our many successes in advancing disability law in Wyoming and nationally.
Sheila Sandubrae Davis, President, Board of Trustees
Jeanne Thobro, Chief Executive Officer
Protecting the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Wyoming:
The Protection and Advocacy System for the State of Wyoming
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The following federal funding partners shared in the entire cost of producing this website. This website was made possible by 100% federal government funding support from the following agencies of the Administration for Community Living (grants 1501WYPADD, 1503WYVOTP, and H343A150049); the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (grant 3X98SM005697); the Social Security Administration (grant PAB13020259); the Rehabilitation Services Administration (grants H161A150051 and H240A150051); and Health & Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (X82MC16883). These contents are solely the responsibility of the grantee and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by any of these agencies or the U.S. government.