Interfaith Disability Advocacy Coalition (IDAC)
The Interfaith Disability Advocacy Coalition (IDAC) mobilizes the religious community to take action on disability policy with Congress, the President and Administration, and society at large. IDAC is a diverse, nonpartisan coalition of national religious and religiously affiliated organizations whose core spiritual values affirm the rights and dignity of people with disabilities.
Although IDAC is not an AAPD program, AAPD serves as a convener to bring together the diverse voices of the disability and religious communities.
- IDAC statement on police violence, disabilities, and racism – October 2020
- An Interfaith Reflection on the ADA: 30 years later – July 28, 2020
- IDAC Congressional Letter Requesting Boost of Medicaid Assistance for People with Disabilities – July 24, 2020
- Interfaith Disability Advocacy Coalition Shares Concerns on the Better Care Reconciliation Act – June 27, 2020
The Interfaith Disability Advocacy Collaborative (IDAC) issued a letter to the Senate to share their concerns about the Better Care Reconciliation Act and its injurious impact on people with disabilities.
- Twenty-three Members of the Interfaith Disability Advocacy Coalition (IDAC) share serious concerns with aspects of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) – March 22, 2017