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The Disabled Rights Action Committee is a case management provider for the New Choices Waiver (NCW) program sponsored by the Utah Department of Health. This program is designed to (1) help eligible persons move out of nursing facility settings and reestablish themselves in a community-based setting, and (2) help eligible assisted living residents remain in their community. The program is open to Medicaid recipients who currently live in nursing homes or assisted living facilities.


“You guys are great!!!” — T.M,, Salt Lake City UT Five stars

“Considering the ‘shut down’ and other difficulties that occurred with the pandemic these past six months, DRAC did a great job in working and advocating my release from [nursing home] to get me back home to my apartment. Everyone who helped was kind and respectful. These character traits are sure appreciated by us elderly people who are sometimes nervous about what will happen. Thank you.” — P.B., South Jordan UT Five stars

“My case managers are always happy to help and have been eager to meet all of my needs. They have been pleasant to work with and have met all my needs.” — M.F., Salt Lake City UT Five stars


  • Adult Day Care  
  • Adult Residential Services  
  • Assistive Technology Devices  
  • Attendant Care  
  • Caregiver Training  
  • Case Management  
  • Chore Services  
  • Consumer Preparation  
  • Community Transition  
  • Emergency Response  
  • Environmental Adaptations 
  • Financial Management  
  • Habilitation Services  
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Homemaker Services  
  • Medication Assistance  
  • Non-Medical Transportation  
  • Personal Budget Assistance  
  • Respite Care  
  • Specialized Medical Equipment  
  • Supportive Maintenance 

If you are interested in NCW services, you can read more about the program here:

Our case managers help NCW participants transition into community-based care and ensure that they are able to receive the supportive services they need to live safely in a non-institutional setting. Our case managers assist our clients in determining the service options best suited to meet their needs.


We are a non-profit organization run by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities.

As a case management agency, we are a small organization and we provide our clients with a personal touch. We know how important it is for folks to be able to choose where they want to live, and we are often willing to work with individuals that other agencies have rejected. We genuinely care about our clients and their families.

We have more than two decades of experience.

We have been in business since 1993 and we have over two decades of experience in coordinating community services and negotiating with state agencies. All of our case managers carry active social work licensure.

We fight to provide our clients with the best services available. 

As a case management provider, we fight for our clients and make sure that they receive the services they need to thrive. We help our clients live as independently as possible while also ensuring that they live in a safe, clean, and supportive environment.


What counties do you serve?

The Disabled Rights Action Committee currently serves clients in Salt Lake County, Utah County, Weber, and Davis County.

How can I receive services from the Disabled Rights Action Committee?

If you are interested in receiving services through the Disabled Rights Action Committee, please select us as your case management agency in your New Choices Waiver application packet.