Advocacy

We help people overcome barriers to independence, understand their rights, and access benefits. We also push for systemic change.

Individual Advocacy

Our advocates help people with disabilities overcome barriers to independence. We help people identify and access supports and services and apply for benefit programs. We routinely help with issues such as housing, transportation and employment.

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Community Advocacy

AIM works with businesses in the community to improve accessibility and ensure people with disabilities can access essential goods and services, as well as public accommodations.

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Systems Advocacy

AIM pushes for systemic change at the local, state and federal level to benefit people with disabilities. We are a strong voice on issues, policies and legislation.

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Benefits Advisement

We help people apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI), and appeal denials. We also assist with Work Incentive programs and many other Social Security matters.

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Veterans Services

AIM provides education, advocacy, information and referral to help veterans achieve their goals of independence. We also coordinate a peer mentoring program for veterans.

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Long-Term Care Ombudsman

The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program advocates for residents of long-term care facilities. Ombudsmen help residents understand their rights; address issues that impact health, safety and quality of life; and investigate complaints.

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