Umpqua Valley disAbilities Network’s mission is to serve people with all types of disabilities, as well as their families and loved ones, by fostering independent living, facilitating personal growth, honoring individual choice, raising disability awareness, and promoting full inclusion in the community.
UVDN is Douglas County’s Center for Independent Living (CIL). UVDN provides four core services for people with disabilities and their families:
- Information and Referral
- Peer mentoring
- Independent Living Skills Training
- Individual and Systems Advocacy
UVDN strives to serve all of Douglas County. All of our services are free, but we gladly accept donations.
UVDN is a consumer-driven, non-profit agency based in Roseburg that is funded by private foundations, government contracts, and individual contributors. UVDN is a Greater Douglas United Way member agency. Umpqua Valley disAbilities Network was begun by volunteers with disabilities in 1990, and was incorporated on March 8, 1994.