The NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (DDPC) Language Access Plan establishes a system to provide people with limited English proficiency access to agency resources and information. Please call us at 1 (800) 395-3372 for free language assistance services.
Spanish Llámenos al 1 (800) 395-3372 si necesita ayuda gratis en su idioma.
Chinese 請給我們打電話,號碼：1 (800) 395-3372，要求免費的語言協助服務。
Russian Чтобы получить бесплатные переводческие услуги, позвоните, пожалуйста,
по следующему номеру: 1 (800) 395-3372
Italian Chiamare il 1 (800) 395-3372 per assistenza linguistica gratuita.
Haitian Creole Tanpri rele nou nan 1 (800) 395-3372 pou jwenn sèvis èd gratis nan lang.
Korean 전화 1 (800) 395-3372 로 무료 언어 지원 서비스를 요청하십시오.
Documents: To increase public access to information, the NYS DDPC has translated vital documents into the top 6 languages in New York State. If you would like any NYS DDPC documents in your language, please email a request to Language.Access@ddpc.ny.gov
File a Complaint: If you feel you have received inadequate services or information in your language, you may fill out a Language Access Complaint Form below or contact us at Language.Access@ddpc.ny.gov
For More Information Contact:
Jacqueline Hayes, Language Access Coordinator
1 (800) 395-3372
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