Welcome to ADAP !

The Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) is part of the nation's federally-funded protection and advocacy (P&A) system. ADAP provides legal services to Alabamians with disabilities to protect, promote and expand their rights. ADAP's vision is one of a society in which persons with disabilities are valued and exercise self-determination through meaningful choices, and have equality of opportunity. ADAP is part of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN).

 

ADAP Locations

Tuscaloosa Office

Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program
Box 870395
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0395
1-205-348-4928 (V/TDD)
1-205-348-3909 (Fax)
1-800-826-1675 (for clients - instate only)
e-mail: adap@adap.ua.edu
website: http://www.adap.net

 

Mobile Office

Contact: Dave Slawkowski
205 North Conception Street
Mobile, Alabama 36603
1-251-338-0950 (Office)
1-205-534-9373 (Cell)
1-251-338-1689 (Fax)
1-800-826-1675 (for clients - instate only)
e-mail: dslawkowski@adap.ua.edu
website: http://www.adap.net

 

Selma Office

Contact: Jenny Ryan
Selma Branch - Legal Services of Alabama
801 Alabama Avenue
Selma, Alabama 36701


Appointments are made at this number:1-205-348-6921. Office hours are from 9am - noon on 2nd Tuesday of each month or noon - 4pm the 4th Tuesday of each month.


1-205-393-9148 (Cell)
1-251-338-1689 (Fax)
1-800-826-1675 (for clients - instate)
e-mail: jrryan2@adap.ua.edu
website: http://www.adap.net

In The News

  • 2015 AIR Conference

The 2015 Alabama Institute for Recovery (AIR)  Conference (formerly the Alabama Recovery Conference) will be held April 20-22 at Shocco Springs. The deadline to apply for one of the limited consumer scholarships is March 20.  Click here for the registration form and to apply for one of the consumer scholarships.

  • Special Education in Alabama: Right Not A Favor, Order You Copies Today

ADAP's special education parent manual - "Special Education in Alabama: A Right Not a Favor" (RNF) is available to you.
 
RNF helps families and child advocates understand how to access special education services and ensure that eligible children with disabilities are provided the free, appropriate public education to which they are entitled.  The manual is written in lay-friendly terms and is filled with helpful advocacy tips and resources. 
 
Publication of RNF was underwritten by a generous grant from the Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities.

To view the manual on-line, click here.  To order copies, click here