The heart of our program is free one-to-one assistance with provincial and federal disability benefits.
We provide an expert and respectful advocacy service. Our advocates are highly experienced in helping people with disabilities to apply for benefits or appeal the denial of benefits. We know which questions to ask, who to contact and which supporting documents are most important.
Click below for more information about our Advocacy Access programs:
BC Disability Benefits Advocacy Program
Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Program
Registered Disability Savings: Personal Assistance
Advocacy Access Publications
Disability Benefits FAQs
Partnerships : legal clinic, social worker, workshops, and referrals
Is your organization interested in learning more about provincial and federal (Canada Pension Plan) disability income supports and health benefits?
Please contact Jane Dyson at email@example.com to arrange a workshop. Our advocates would be happy to come to your office or we can host a workshop at DABC (formerly BCCPD).
Our workshops are free of charge and can be tailored to your needs.
The Advocacy Access program is funded by the Law Foundation of BC, Human Resources Skills and Development Canada: National Homelessness Partnering Strategy, BC Rehab Foundation, Legal Services Society of BC, and the Health Sciences Association of BC.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.
Our 2012 CPP Series guides are now available in English, Punjabi and Traditional Chinese.
See our multilingual publications .
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See our Disability Benefits Help Sheets , including new Chinese and Punjabi translations.
Open an RDSP
The Registered Disability Savings Plan can benefit people regardless of their income. Learn more.