New DNN accelerators based on emerging technologies, such as resistive random access memory (ReRAM), are gaining increasing research attention given their potential of "in-situ" data processing. Unfortunately, device-level physical limitations that are unique to these technologies may cause weight disturbance in memory and thus compromising the performance and stability of DNN accelerators. In this work, we propose a novel fault-tolerant neural network architecture to mitigate the weight disturbance problem without involving expensive retraining. Specifically, we propose a novel collaborative logistic classifier to enhance the DNN stability by redesigning the binary classifiers augmented from both traditional error correction output code (ECOC) and modern DNN training algorithm. We also develop an optimized variable-length "decodefree" scheme to further boost the accuracy under fewer number of classifiers. Experimental results on cutting-edge DNN models and complex datasets show that the proposed fault-tolerant neural network architecture can effectively rectify the accuracy degradation against weight disturbance for DNN accelerators with low cost, thus allowing for its deployment in a variety of mainstream DNNs.