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ACCSES proudly serves as the voice of disability service providers in Washington, D.C.  ACCSES represents a dedicated network of community-based organizations that provide exceptional services to individuals with disabilities across the United States.  ACCSES members empower and support individuals with disabilities to reach their full potential through self-determination.  ACCSES amplifies the voices of its members and the individuals they serve at the highest levels of government on a broad range of issue areas including employment; residential choice; day habilitation; home and community-based services; social security asset rules; education; and aging, Alzheimer’s, and dementia.  Our advocacy efforts, founded on the principle of expanding opportunities for individuals while leaving no one behind, resonate throughout the halls of Congress, executive agencies, and the White House.
Primary Benefits of Joining ACCSES
  • Direct participation in national policy advocacy
  • Unfiltered source for timely and relevant national policy information
  • Ability to directly influence priorities in our advocacy agenda
  • Opportunities to network and exchange ideas with disability services providers across the nation
  • Access to national policy experts

We Need Your Partnership

There is strength in numbers and your participation in our advocacy efforts is critical to our shared success.  Please join us in these important efforts—as together we help people with disabilities live life to its fullest potential.

Powerful Networks, Undeniable Results

For more than 50 years, ACCSES has been at the forefront of creating disability policy to ensure that all people with disabilities continue to enjoy options and opportunities for where they choose to live, work, and thrive.  ACCSES builds relationships across the federal government, including all three branches of government, and most importantly, keeps its membership informed of issues and opportunities that are most relevant to them.

ACCSES’s core issue areas, for which we have an associated public policy committee, are below:

  • AbilityOne and State Use
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Health, Aging, Alzheimer's, and Dementia
  • Long Term Services and Supports
  • State Association

For more information about our public policy issues, click here.

Click here for our Membership Form

Click here for our Membership Flyer

To learn more about becoming a member of ACCSES, please contact Sarah Saar, Vice President of Operations at

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