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The Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission is an executive state agency created to safeguard the rights of persons with disabilities. These functions are accomplished through three statewide major programmatic divisions: Office of State Guardian; Legal Advocacy Service; and Human Rights Authority. In addition to providing direct services, all three of the Commission's divisions are active in the formulation and recommendation of state policy, regulations, and legislation pertaining to the rights of persons with disabilities.

The Commission is bi-partisan and is comprised of nine private citizens and two legislators appointed by the Governor, and confirmed by the Illinois Senate, for three-year terms. These Commissioners serve in a voluntary capacity to govern the agency and are chosen for a particular area of expertise.

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