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Volunteers needed for Traveling Training for consumers with disabilities

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Alliance of Disability Advocates

The Alliance of Disability Advocates Travel Training program trains people with disabilities and senior citizens how to used the fixed bus route in the Raleigh-Cary Urbanized area.

Alliance of Disability Advocates (www.ADAnc.org) is looking for volunteers to support our Travel Training program.

To learn more about this program, go to our website https://adanc.org/services/travel-training/.

If you are interested in become a Travel Trainer, please contact chris@adanc.org.

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About Alliance of Disability Advocates


3725 National Drve, RALEIGH, NC 27605, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve all North Carolinians with significant disabilities to ensure that they live independently in a barrier-free community of their choice through consumer-controlled, self-directed services.


We are a Center for independent living providing programs and services that promote and support independent living for people with disabilities. We provide individual and systems advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills training, peer mentoring and support and assistance with community inclusion. Our services are offered at no charge to consumers. We serve Raleigh, Durham and surrounding areas.

Our Values

We do not compromise on these non-negotiable principles that guide our decision-making:


We don’t reach goals for individuals; we teach the skills that allow them to do for themselves.


We advocate for individuals with disabilities to be included in integrated environments in the classroom, employment, housing, leadership roles, and in discussions that impact their lives and the disability community.


Individuals with disabilities should have the right to control their own lives and make decisions about what’s best for them. We believe every individual can be independent.


We advocate for equal rights and access, not special treatment.


"Disability" is not a negative word. It means we are more adaptable. We are proud of who we are, and the barriers we have overcome have only made us stronger.

Advocacy & Human Rights
People with Disabilities


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This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.





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  • TIme Commitment is up to the volunteer.

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