925 South Country Club Dr.
Jefferson City MO 65109
573-893-3333 / 866-777-7199 / Fax 573-893-4231
573-659-0678 / 800-392-8667 / Fax 573-659-0677
MO Relay (TDD) 800-735-2966
What is PAIR?
Protection and Advocacy of Individual Rights (PAIR) is a federally funded program operated by MO P&A.
The primary focus of the PAIR program is protecting the legal rights of people with disabilities guaranteed by federal laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation act, Fair Housing Act, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and the Air Carriers Access Act, as well as state and local laws relating to disability rights.
We are here to help individuals with significant disabilities to secure the rights and services to which they are entitled.
Who is eligible for PAIR program services?
PAIR services are available to people:
What kind of services does PAIR offer?
You may receive the following services:
How can MO P&A help?
MO P&A provides the following services:
What should you do?
Call MO P&A if you or someone you know has been prevented from getting appropriate services, benefits, or treatment because of fear, discrimination, or lack of information about disability rights.
If you want our help:
Is there a charge for PAIR program services?
PAIR non-legal advocacy services are free. However, there is a sliding scale fee based on annual gross income for legal representation and litigation expenses.
The PAIR program is 100% federally funded by the Rehabilitation Services Administration.
Grant Award H240A030026E