Access to Public Services & Spaces

The communities in which we live and services upon which we depend are not designed for everyone. Buildings, sidewalks, and public places are too often inaccessible to different types of bodies and abilities. Access to government and educational programs increasingly rely on the internet, kiosks or electronic communication not designed for full access by disabled people.

CREEC harnesses the power of the ADA to help people achieve accessibility in their daily lives. From defending the right of people to take service animals on transportation, to helping ensure cities have adequate and safe sidewalks and curb ramps, and fighting the digital divide that leaves the disabled and other communities behind, CREEC works with individuals and community partners to uphold the promises of the ADA and make sure that people can fully thrive and participate in their communities.