DRLD 2024

Disability Rights Legislative Day 2024

Registration is open! Save the date for Wednesday, March 13, 2024.

Advocates and Legislators Rally for Disability Rights

We are looking forward to bringing advocates to the Capitol on March 13th for a day of visibility and making your voice heard. There will be a rally and opportunities to speak with your legislator about what matters most to YOU. Join advocates from across the state for an exciting day of advocacy and relationship building. You deserve a place at the table.

Not able to attend in person? That’s OK! Thanks to support from MODDC, we are able to bring this event to attendees virtually. We will also be offering resources to help you connect with your legislator on your own time, in your own district.
News & Updates for Participants

DRLD 2024 Virtual Training Session

Whether you have already registered or plan on registering you do not want to miss the virtual training for DRLD 2024 next Tuesday February 27th at 3:00pm! This will be a virtual training and will be recorded! So be sure to register in case you need to watch it later. We will cover things like: […]

Thank you for participating in Disability Rights Legislative Day 2023!

It was an electric day of advocacy. Please take a couple of minutes to complete this survey and share your experiences from the day. The information provided in the survey helps the DRLD planning committee show the importance of the day and continue to put resources toward supporting it. We greatly appreciate you!

Watch the DRLD 2023 Q&A Training

If you missed Friday's DRLD Q&A Training on what to expect on March 1st, you can watch the recording below.

Access the DRLD Rally LIVE Wednesday, March 1 at 11 a.m.

You can access the Disability Rights Legislative Day (DRLD) rally LIVE below or on YouTube Wednesday, March 1, 2023 from 11 am - 12 pm. Be sure to register for one, two or all three of the afternoon sessions which will take place after the rally. You will be able to learn and ask your […]
Partner Organizations
blue heart with orange a and "empower abilities" in black textPeople First Missouri logo
Emmaus LogoState of Missouri with "Governor's Council on Disability" in blue text"The Arc Missouri" in black textblue arch and text "St. Louis" green text "Arc"People First of Boone County logoThe Friend of Boone County Family Resources logo
Funding for Disability Rights Legislative Day is provided by the Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council, Grant #2001MOSCDD-02 & 2101MOSCDD-01, as authorized by Public Law 106-402 - Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 2000.