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Sid Katz Mentorship Program
September 14, 2016 – Fourteen (14) people with disabilities graduated from the Sid Katz Mentorship Program here at Community Access Unlimited (CAU). Those graduates are now scheduled to become mentors to other people with disabilities. Read More

NJ Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Important Fair Housing Case
Court grants appeal from civil rights advocates to defend the legal rights of tens of thousands of working families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Read More

66,100 NJ Families Use Housing Choice Vouchers
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) has posted new fact sheets on Housing Choice Vouchers. CBPP has updated data with some great new content on how vouchers help end homelessness. Read More

Housing Modernization Bill Introduced in Senate
Broad housing modernization legislation was introduced on June 22, 2016 by Senate Banking Subcommittee on Housing, Transportation, and Community Development Chair Tim Scott (R-SC), Ranking Member Bob Menendez (D-NJ), and Senators Chris Coons (D-DE) and Roy Blunt (R-MO). Read More

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Advocate Spotlight

Belinda Malave was born on July 10th 1968 in New Brunswick, NJ. Belinda enjoys listening to music, playing cards, BINGO, watching sports and going to church. She considers herself a religious individual and currently attends Good Sheppard Lutheran Church weekly. She recently recommitted herself and plans on becoming more involved in church activities as well as an advocate member in the community. Belinda was

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Voter Turnout General Election 2016

After a thorough analysis of Community Access Unlimited voter turnout, the New American Movement for People with Disabilities has provided a breakdown of 2016 voter turnout The NAMPWD sent out reminders regarding important 2016 election dates and deadlines, information regarding the new Union County Voting app, and a list of federal laws that protect voters with disabilities via email. The New American Movement for

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