Protect Disability Care – Sign the Petition

As you may have heard, potential budget cuts by the state could cut funding for the critical services we provide to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Decisions on the budget are happening right now, and we need your help to encourage Governor Bill Haslam to Protect Disability Care!

 We’re asking you to please take three very simple steps asap:    

1) Open and sign the online petition at:

https://www.change.org/p/bill-haslam-ask-governor-haslam-please-save-services-for-people-with-disabilities     

2) Share this link with your friends, family and community. The more people who sign, the likely the Gov. Haslam will hear our plea.

3) Once you’ve signed the petition, please post this to Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets. You can use the below or add you own personal message.

 Facebook 

Ask Governor Haslam: Please Save Services for People with Disabilities! Please sign this online petition to protect thousands of Tennesseans in danger of losing critical support services. http://chn.ge/188Hga1  #ProtectDisabilityCare

Twitter  

Ask Governor Haslam: Please Save Services for People with Disabilities! Sign the petition at http://chn.ge/188Hga1  #ProtectDisabilityCare

Please sign this petition to protect thousands of Tennesseans in danger of losing critical support services. Please share this petition with your family and friends. We urgently need your help!  #ProtectDisabilityCare

For more than 50 years SRVS, headquartered at 3971 Knight Arnold Road in Memphis, has been a leader in providing services for people with developmental disabilities. An award winning agency, SRVS provides supports for more than 1,000 people through a comprehensive array of programs, including children’s, residential and  employment services. 

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