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A-DA's mission is "to provide vocational skills training and educational advancement for youth and adults with disabilities and to assist them in finding employment and overcoming barriers to personal and financial self-sufficiency." - Since 1975
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Able-Disabled Advocacy (A-DA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 that provides employment and training services to individuals with all types of disabilities and other barriers to employment. Able-Disabled Advocacy’s mission is “to provide vocational skills training and educational advancement for youth, military veterans, ¬†and adults with disabilities and to assist them in finding employment and overcoming barriers to personal and financial self-sufficiency.”

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Latest News from A-DA…

Microsoft Elevate America Information Technology & Green Industry Career Fair!   Microsoft profles another of our veterans for their Elevate America program! Kirt Wharwood’s story on Microsoft’s website. The Department of Labor awarded our YouthBuild program $1.1 million despite MASSIVE budget cuts! Click here to view the Department of Labor’s announcement! The San Diego Union-Tribune’s article, “Labor Dept. gives $3.3m to local job programs.” Our Technology Based Learning (TBL) Program Wins An Award From ARPCT! The Association of Rehabilitation Programs for Computer Technology (ARPCT) has awarded A-DA the award for Outstanding Member Program of the Year at their annual conference. ARPCT’s newsletter article on the award.