• 2015 Legislative Session Update

    Are you interested in seeing what OSAC does at the State Capitol? Check out our recent blog post to see video clips from the recent legislative session!

  • OSAC’s Employment Committee

    OSAC believes that all people with disabilities should have living wage jobs in their communities! Learn more about what we’re doing and how to get involved.

  • OSAC’s Health Care Committee

    OSAC believes that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities should have access to good quality, affordable health care services.

About Us

The Oregon Self Advocacy Coalition (OSAC) is a statewide organization made up of 18 local self advocacy groups in Oregon.

Mission & Vision

Mission:  Engage communities in advocating for the rights of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Advocacy

Visit the pages in our Advocacy portion to learn more about our recent work including our upcoming Take Your Legislator to Work Day campaign!

Latest Articles

Sgt-At-Arms Ross Ryan

Ross Ryan Awarded as Oregon’s Citizen of the Year!

Congrats to Ross Ryan for receiving the Citizen of the Year Award from the Arc of Multnomah – Clackamas in June! Follow the link below to watch Ross’s acceptance video!

OSAC Presents at the National APSE Conference

OSAC Representative Ross Ryan of Victory Nation and OCDD Staff Member Ryley Newport presented on methods for legislative advocacy in Philadelphia, PA on June 23rd at the National APSE Conference! Click on the link to view our presentation: http://prezi.com/ftqsw52gih2y/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share  

2015 Legislative Session Update

Are you interested in seeing what OSAC does at the State Capitol? Check out our recent blog post to see video clips from the recent legislative session!

OSAC’s Employment Committee

OSAC believes that all people with disabilities should have living wage jobs in their communities! Learn more about what we’re doing and how to get involved.

Learn More

OSAC’s Health Care Committee

OSAC believes that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities should have access to good quality, affordable health care services.

Learn More