Unitarian Universalists (UU) are committed to welcoming and affirming people of all abilities.
Nearly 50 million people (1 in 5 of the U.S. population) in the United States have a disability—visible or invisible, public or private. For everyone, whether having a disability or not, the environment in which we live, learn, play, sing, work, meditate, reflect, and pray must feel welcoming in order for everyone to grow and thrive.
Looking for an accessible congregation in your area? Our online directory lists congregations that are wheelchair accessible or have assisted listening devices. If there are other considerations that would enable or enhance your participation, please contact a congregation near you with your specific needs.
Equual Access promotes equality and access for Unitarian Universalists with disabilities.
Read their reflection paper "Mental Health Issues and Recommendations" (PDF, 30 pages).
For more information contact access @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Friday, November 21, 2014.
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