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Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities Inc.
This organization emerged in 1973 out of the “A Voice of Our Own” cross-disability conference held that year in Moose Jaw. It aims to ensure full participation for people with disabilities, and does this through advocating for disability-related programs and services, and by promoting community awareness of the needs and experiences of those with disabilities.
Among its successes, the Voice was one of the founding members of COPOH, Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) in 1978, and has successfully advocated for a number of government projects and legislative changes to include people with disabilities. For more information on the programs, projects and resource material available from the organization, contact:
Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities
2505-11th Ave, Suite 327
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 0K6
Tel/TTY: (306) 569-3111
Fax: (306) 569-1889 or (306) 352-4818
Web site: www.saskvoice.com