We want to hear from you if you think your legal rights have been violated because of your disability. If your are not sure whether we can help, contact us. If we can’t help we will try to connect you to someone who can. Click here to see our priorities, or here to request our services.
- DRM Pamphlet
- DRM Fact Sheet – Employment Discrimination
- How to file a complaint with the EEOC
- How to file a complaint with the Montana Human Rights Bureau
- Your Ticket To Work – What You Need To Know To Keep It Working For You: A flier from Social Security about the Ticket to Work program
- Navigating the Accommodation Process at Work with an Invisible Disability: Title I of the ADA: A training given Dr. Paula McMahon, Assistant Professor of the Rehabilitation Counseling Program at Montana State University Billings. (accessible slides)
Links to other services
Human Rights Bureau: (800) 542-0807 or (406) 444-2884 – Administrative body that processes and investigates complaints of illegal discrimination in the state of Montana.
Phone: 406-443-8590 Fax: 406-794-0618
Hours: Monday- Friday 9:00 am -5:00 pm
Our mission is to advance, preserve, and defend civil liberties on a case-by-case basis, through legislative advocacy, and public education efforts.
Montana Legal Services Association: 1-800-666-6899 – Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) is a law firm that empowers low-income people by providing legal information, advice, and other services free of charge. MLSA works both on individual cases and under a systemic approach to help low-income people escape domestic violence, keep their housing, preserve their public benefits, protect their finances, and more.
AAPD Career Center: A job posting site focusing on the employment of people with disabilities hosted by the American Association of People with Disabilities. Look for and promote job opportunities.
JAN – Job Accommodation Network: A source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): Investigates charges of discrimination against employers who are covered by the law.