News & Updates
- Join us for our Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month outreach event at The Statehouse in Trenton on March 11, 2019! For more information click here!
- Registration for our 14th Annual Spring Luncheon on April 13, 2019 is NOW OPEN!
The registration deadline is Monday, March 11, 2019. Tickets purchased after this date will be incur a $10 late fee per person. Sorry, no refunds or substitutions.
The New Jersey Self-Advocacy Project was established in 1983 in to challenge individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to become involved in events, legislative policies, and issues that positively affect their lives or lives of others with disabilities. Together we form The New Jersey Statewide Self-Advocacy Network (NJSSAN), which is used as means of supporting positive change on both a personal and social level. The NJSSAN consists of five Councils based on geographic location within the state. To learn more about the NJSSAN and how to attend monthly Council meetings, click here.
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The Self Advocate: A bi-annual newsletter produced the New Jersey Self Advocacy Project (NJSAP) team. The Self Advocate contains registration information for two major events hosted by the New Jersey Statewide Self Advocacy Network: the Fall Conference and the Spring Into Action Luncheon. The publication also contains information about monthly meetings, training and educational opportunities, as well as legislative advocacy efforts.
Advocacy Matters: A monthly e-newsletter geared to providing self-advocacy group advisors and network members with training tips and information about upcoming events, along with features of the most recent advocacy activities hosted by members of the New Jersey Statewide Self-Advocacy Network (NJSSAN).