Fighting Assisted Suicide

Resources for Fighting Assisted Suicide


Disability Organizations Opposed to Assisted Suicide

American Association of Person with Disabilities (AAPD)
American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today (ADAPT)
The Arc of the United States
The Association of Persons with Severe Handicaps (TASH)
Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN)
Californians Against Assisted Suicide
Center for Disability Rights
Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF)
National Council on Disability
National Council on Independent Living
Not Dead Yet
National Organization of Nurses with Disabilities (NOND)
Distributed by the National Catholic Partnership on Disability,; 202-529-2933



Notes and Training Tools to Fight Assisted Suicide. 

NCPD was very well represented by Martin Benton at the training session on assisted suicide: The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition- USA (EPC-USA) on Thursday 26, 2017, followed by a screening of The Euthanasia Deception documentary. This training provided participants the tools to fight assisted suicide in their states. If interested in a similar training contact


Not Dead Yet Toolkit

Not Dead Yet has a well developed toolkit on their website for opposing assisted suicide. Click below for the link.


Belgium’s 15 year experiment with euthanasia has gone terribly wrong.

This film is a dire warning for the rest of the world.  The Euthanasia Deception is a one-hour documentary featuring powerful testimonies from Belgium and beyond - of those devastated by the false ideology of ‘mercy killing’.
The film sets out to expose three main deceptions of doctor assisted dying: First, that euthanasia and assisted suicide are a form of compassion. The second is the myth of autonomy: that decisions made between doctor and patient operate in a vacuum. And finally, that government ‘safeguards’ can truly protect the vulnerable.

The Euthanasia Deception documentary is now available for purchase.
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Assisted Suicide: The Musical

In a new musical, a disability rights activist tackles assisted suicide in Assisted Suicide the Musical.”

Courtesy of Unity Theatre Liverpool.London, England, Nov 27, 2016 / 03:48 pm (CNA).- Physician-assisted suicide has been a subject of controversy for several years, but Liz Carr is taking the issue somewhere it has never been before: the musical theatre.

Carr, a disabilities activist, comedian and actress, created a production entitled Assisted Suicide: the Musical, which has been staged at various English theatres this month. The musical is aimed at drawing critical attention to the downfalls of physician-assisted suicide, particularly its effect on marginalizing the disabled.