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NARPA Fall 2020 Webinar series >> November 2020: Rights-Based Alternatives to Police Response for Mental Health Crises: A World-Wide Perspective In November 2020, NARPA, New York Lawyers for the... Read more

Stripping Doctors of Police Powers Peter Stastny, M.D., Kathy Flaherty, J.D., and Ruth Lowenkron, Esq. What would happen if doctors were to be relieved by law of the powers to detain, restr... Read more

Ruth Lowenkron, J.D. Ruth Lowenkron is the Director of the Disability Justice Program at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI). Lowenkron has been active in the field of disability la... Read more

A Discussion of Recent Efforts to Remove Police from Mental Health Emergency Calls through Litigation, as well As On-Going Legislative and Community Advocacy for Establishment of Peer-Led Crisis Respo... Read more

NARPA 2022 -- Workshop and Keynote Presentations: Click links below for course descriptions, presenter bios and additional information. Link to Full Conference Schedule -- with handouts & c... Read more

NARPA 1998: Redoubling our Efforts November 19 - 22 in Albany, New York NARPA's 17th Annual Rights Conference Schedule of Keynote and workshop presentatons and special events Thursda... Read more

Mental Health Services vs. Mental Health Crises Ruth Lowenkron, Esq. The keynote will emphasize the need for non-coercive and affordable mental health services for all, and what happens if such... Read more

December 23, 1997 Clifford C. Scharke, D.M.D., M.P.H. Chief, Assurance Branch Division of Human Subject Protections Office of Protection from Research Risks 6100 Executive Blvd. Suite 3B-01 Rock... Read more

Enforcing Transparency, Preventing Deaths: A Landmark Decision and an Ongoing Campaign Ruth Lowenkron, J.D. People with psychiatric disabilities and people of color are at disproportionate risk... Read more