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BREAKING NEWS - ACLU OF INDIANA, INDIANA PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY SERVICES ANNOUNCE SETTLEMENT WITH INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

A proposed agreement has been reached in this long-running case brought by ACLU of Indiana and IPAS against IDOC.  Pending notice to the class and approval by the courts, this proposed agreement represents fundamental changes in treatment of prisoners with serious mental illness.
Click here for to read IPAS press release. 
Click here to read the full proposed settlement.  


WE HAVE A NEW MEDIA PRESS KIT!

It can be found under the IPAS Resources menu at left or click here for more information.


Follow us on social media!

      We are excited to communicate with you through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and now Linked In!
      Follow IPAS at the icons on the left side of this home page!

IPAS Attorney Emily Munson Honored by Indianapolis Bar  

Congratulations to IPAS Attorney Emily Munson and all other members of the Indianapolis Bar Association's Health Care & Life Sciences Section Executive Committee for earning the association’s Board of Directors Award. The committee earned this award for “their outstanding efforts to deliver value to section members through innovative programming, scholarships, community service opportunities and consistent website communications.”
Click here for more information.


WERE YOU ABLE TO VOTE ON ELECTION DAY?

If you are a person with a disability, and you were unable to cast your vote privately and independently during this election, contact IPAS at 800-622-4845. 

If you experienced any of the following issues at your polling place, call IPAS:
• Lack of an accessible path from the parking spot/drop off point to the voting booth;
• Stairs or non-paved surfaces such as gravel or grass as the only path to the polling location;
• Lack of at least one doorway wide enough for a wheelchair to get through to access the polling location;
• Lack of at least one set of automatic doors or someone available to open doors.
• Lack of a functioning, accessible voting machine.
• Lack of poll workers available who know how to assist with operating the accessible voting machine. 


Check out Our Goals for 2016

The official goals for FY 2016 at IPAS can be found here.