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COMMENTS BY MICHIGAN PROTECTION & ADVOCACY SERVICE, INC. REGARDING PROPOSED NO-FAULT AUTO INSURANCE CHANGES Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) is Michigan’s protection and advocacy program, mandated to serve persons with disabilities in the Great Lakes State. As part of its advocacy work, MPAS advocates for people with disabilities who need community supports to survive and thrive in their communities.

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Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. Welcomes New Executive Director

Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle Roberts as the new Executive Director. Roberts replaces Elmer L. Cerano, who is retiring....
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Ex-inmate with HIV gets $150K for getting harsher punishment from prison

Posted Nov 14, 2018 By John Agar jagar@mlive.com GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A former inmate with HIV will receive $150,000 after he was given a harsher penalty for alleged sexual activity than a non-infected...
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2019 Ernie Reynolds Essay Contest

Entries Being Accepted for the 2019 Ernie Reynolds Memorial Essay Contest We are proud to, once again, hold our annual essay contest in honor of an outstanding disability rights advocate, Ernie...
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Substantiated Abuse & Neglect Complaints in Michigan Care Facilities

Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) files complaints against licensed or certified health care professionals involved in abusive and neglectful incidents in nursing homes...

‘Section 298' pilot programs move ahead

Crain's Detroit Business Jay Greene October 21, 2018 12:01 AM Crain’s panel explained different approaches to delivering and paying for care in behavioral health and physical health systems Progress...

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