For further info on rights for people with psychiatric disabilities try www.nami.org
They do huge amounts of advocacy for this. They have local support groups as well. They have courses in education and advocacy for people with mental illness. Courses are offered for consumers, family members and even teaching public safety personnel how to deal with a psychiatric crisis.
Google websites for disability advocacy and disability rights. There are local groups and organization as well. There are courses you can take for advocacy and self-advocacy. There is a nationally recognized course called "Partners in Policy-making" that is offered in most states which is very good for all types of disabilities. When attending these groups and classes, you can network with people who may be in a position to further help and direct you.
The EEOC may be helpful, but often is not. That's why they have all those "disability" lawyers advertising on TV. In most cases, you don't need to pay a lawyer, you just need the information and case-law references to do it yourself. I have a teenage daughter with a disability and can scare the crap out of those who need it all by myself!
Best of Luck to you in your endeavors.