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Self-Advocate Coalition of Kansas (SACK)
2518 Ridge Ct #236
Lawrence, KS 66046

(785) 749-5588


Self-Advocate Coalition of Kansas member and supporter

The Self Advocacy Coalition of Kansas (SACK) is a statewide organization made up of and run by Kansas self-advocates. There are approximately 30 local SACK chapters in communities across the state.  Kansas’ involvement in the Heartland Self Advocacy Resource Network has been rewarding and full of learning.  SACK formed a Needs Assessment Planning Committee made up of self-advocates and a local community volunteer to develop sets of questions to ask of advocates statewide.  A baseline survey was made available to every participant in the 2015 SACK Statewide Conference and the results have been tabulated to determine a beginning point for community advocacy and involvement.  Once the Needs Assessment is completed, the committee will meet with a larger group of self-advocates to fully develop a Self Advocacy Strategic Plan for Kansas. The process itself has been a learning experience for everyone involved.

Kansas self-advocates are determined to make a brighter future by strengthening our regional self-advocacy network.


State Plan

  • Coming soon!

Link to full State Plan