The Center for Public Representation (CPR) is a national legal advocacy center for people with disabilities. CPR is dedicated to enforcing and expanding the rights of people with disabilities and others who are in segregated settings. CPR uses legal strategies, advocacy, and policy to design and implement systemic reform initiatives to promote their integration and full community participation. Working on state, national and international levels, CPR is committed to equality, diversity and social justice in all its activities. Learn more about CPR’s legal work here.
Our purpose on this website is to help people with disabilities, their families, and advocates/allies understand the impact of the changes proposed in federal legislation — from healthcare proposals to the federal budget, to tax reform bills — and give them the tools to advocate.