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Disability Advocacy Projects

Programs That Assist Low Income Clients and Ease State Government Fiscal Problems

By Jane Hardin

Disability Advocacy Projects cost little to fund, are simple to administer, and return at least two dollars in direct savings—and usually much more—for every dollar a state spends on them. This article describes the different kinds of projects and how to determine where they are feasible.

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