Do you have a transition-aged student with a disability with an IEP, or know someone who does, that attends Many Farms High School in Many Farms, Arizona? If so, please read here about an important State Complaint Decision that was issued by the Bureau of Indian Education on December 10, 2019 regarding concerns at the School. This decision may affect your student’s diploma pathway and provide you with an option to meet with the School. Please contact the Law Center if you have questions or would like to learn more about this important decision.
The Federal District Court ruled that the Bureau of Indian Education must meet the educational needs of Native American students, including their mental health and wellness needs.
Your child might be entitled to extra services.
Click here to learn more:
The Native American Disability Law Center office and staff is located in Farmington, New Mexico.
If you or your family member have been discriminated against or denied services because of a disability, find out if the Law Center can help.
You can help ensure that Native Americans of all abilities are treated with equality, dignity and respect. Please consider a tax-deductible donation today.
Check out the great Law Center merchandise available in our online store. A portion of each sale goes to support the Law Center's work.
There are many resources locally and nationwide to help assist with Native American disability law issues.
Please support the work of the Native American Disability Law Center and be a partner in the fight for justice!