Find Out Your Benefits

Throughout our history, members of the League of Human Dignity have influenced state legislation and city policy on accessibility and disability rights issues. We are also prepared to advocate with you on a personal level and to help you advocate for yourself. We want to be sure you receive the services, accommodation—and respect—you deserve. If you feel you are being discriminated against because you experience a disability, contact the League of Human Dignity.

Find Out Your Rights

The League of Human Dignity believes that all of us have the right to decide where we live, work, and play. At some point in our lives most of us will experience limitations that affect our personal independence. Whether these disabilities are temporary, progressive, or permanent, they should not prevent us from living the lives we choose.  In addition to physical, mental, or emotional disabilities, we may also be faced with external barriers.

Our Mission

We believe people who experience disability have the right to expect the same opportunity as anyone else to live, work and play in their communities. They have the same right to access benefits, services, resources and facilities. They have the same right to contribute freely, according to their potential, regardless of their disability. People with disabilities have the right to make their own decisions, to live independently and should never be forced to live in institutions.


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Tailored Solution

Here at the League of Human, we offer many different ways for you to get involved.  Your contributions go a long way, of course. But, lending a helping hand as a member, volunteer or support group member also makes a world of difference for so many. Click here to find out the different ways to give back to The League in your own way.


What Our Clients Say

Some kind and helpful words from our respected clients


“I had no idea The League even existed in my hometown. They have helped me in so many ways. These folks sat down with me and went over my history. They figured out ways I needed their assistance more than I knew.”

Christine Gaspari

“We count.”

“The League has shown me that your life still means something, despite of disabilities. We can go on living like anyone else, and we don’t have to take a backseat to everything. You count as a person.”

Jack Johnston


“Personally, they have helped me with information and referral to get on the medic-aide waiver, so that I could get services in my home. And, that is what has made it possible for me to live safely and independently.”

Dea Henke

We’re Waiting To Help You

Let’s start transforming your life in the best possible way.