Student Groups:

Hosts a variety of volunteering, mentoring, and fundraising events throughout the year that help promote acceptance and empower the Berkeley autism community.
Spectrum @Cal(link is external)

Serves as the representative undergraduate voice on mental health, acting as the central liaison between mental health stakeholders, addressing the intersectionalities of mental health.
ASUC Mental Health Commission(link is external)

Promotes disability-empowerment initiatives by advocating for universally accessible spaces/programs and promoting disability as a sociocultural identity.
Student Coalition for Disability Rights(link is external)

A mentoring program that trains high school and college students with learning differences, including dyslexia and ADHD, to mentor similarly-identified middle school students.
Eye to Eye(link is external)

Develops community organizing activities to build a power base among youth with disabilities.
Yo! Disabled and Proud(link is external)

Advocates for student rights, increased accessibility, social and policy change, and aims to provide support and mentorship to local campus disability groups and individual students.
DREAM: Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring(link is external)

An organized group of students, alumni, community members, and allies who are committed to addressing the decades long disability discrimination culture on UCB campus.  We do not work for the University of California, Berkeley and we keep all information you share with our group confidential.  You do not have to identify as disabled to participate in our group and/or events.  We respect that not all persons with disabilities want to identify as disabled. Facebook Page:  @BerkeleyDisabledStudents.  Berkeley Disabled Students (external email link)