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Additional Sources of Funding-Related Information and Assistance

This list of resources was derived from the ABLEDATA Web site’s Funding
Resource Center
. The Funding Resource Center provides a full list of
organizations at the national, state, and local levels that actually provide
funding for the purchase of assistive products or are sources of funding-related
information.

1-88-88-DISABLED

United States
Telephone: 888-834-7225 toll free.
Email: disabled@1-88-88-disabled.com.
This
national system of lawyers aids people with disabilities to become SSDI (Social
Security Disability Insurance) or SSI (Social Security Income) recipients.

Let Them Hear Foundation Insurance Advocacy Program

149 Commonwealth Drive, Suite 1014
Menlo Park, California 94025

Telephone: 877-432-7435 toll free.
Web site: http://advocacy.letthemhear.org.
The
Foundation offers a nationwide program to assist individuals appealing insurance
denials for cochlear implants.

Medicaid Reference Desk

Web site: http://www.thedesk.info.
This site offers
information on Medicaid for people with cognitive disabilities. It also has
links to regional, State and local organizations that may be of assistance to
all people with disabilities.

National Assistive Technology Advocacy Project

Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc.
237 Main Street, 4th Floor
Buffalo,
New York 14203
Telephone: 716-847-0650.
TT: 716-847-1322.
Fax:
716-847-0227.
Email: mgustas@nls.org.

Web site: http://www.nls.org/booklets.htm.

The Neighborhood Legal Services web site features the Funding of AT
booklet series. Booklets are available for download, or a hard copy may be
requested through email. Funding sources discussed include public school special
education, state vocational rehabilitation agencies, and SSDI and SSI work
incentive programs.

National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC)

8201 Corporate Drive, Suite 600
Landover, Maryland 20785
Telephone:
800-346-2742 toll free or 301-459-5900.
TT: 301-459-5984.
Email: naricinfo@heitechservices.com.

Web site: http://www.naric.com.
NARIC’s library of
rehabilitation and disability literature includes several items in the
Publications list below. Copies can be ordered from NARIC using the NARIC
accession number.

Social Security Administration

Windsor Park Building
6401 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland
21235
Telephone: 800-772-1213 toll free.
TT: 800-325-0778 toll
free.
Web site: http://www.ssa.gov.
The
Social Security Administration (SSA) administers the U.S. Government’s major
income support programs for the elderly, people with disabilities, and their
dependents. The SSA Web site offers comprehensive information on these
programs.

Publications

Addressing the Assistive Technology Needs of Individuals with Disabilities
Through Financial Loans, Report on the Fourth and Fifth Years of Operation of
the Alternative Financing Program for Individuals with Disabilities
.
Arlington, Virginia: RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North
America), 2006.
Link to text: http://www.resna.org/AFTAP/library/afp/report1006.pdf.
This
report provides a detailed description and extensive statistics that illustrate
the lending practices, funding levels, and successes of the state AT loan
programs in 2004 and 2005.

“AT Funding: An Expert Forecasts a Mixed Future,” Family Center on
Technology and Disability (FCTD) Newsletter
, Vol. 38 (May 2005), pp. 1-15.

Link to text: http://www.fctd.info/resources/newsletters/displayNewsletter.php?newsletterID=10021.
In
this interview with Edward L. Myers III, an attorney who represents families
seeking AT funding for their children with disabilities, Mr. Myers provides tips
relating to IEPs, trial periods, alternative financing, and universal design
requirements in IDEA 2004.

Brooke, Valerie, Jennifer McDonough, and Sandy Hardy, “Benefit Specialists:
Key Resources for Supporting the Use of Social Security Work Incentives to Fund
Assistive Technology,” Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, Vol. 24, No.
2 (2006), pp. 121-126.
NARIC Accession Number: J50605.
This article
discusses securing AT funding through Social Security work incentive
programs.

Discovering Hidden Resources: Assistive Technology Recycling,
Refurbishing, and Redistribution
. Arlington, Virginia: RESNA (Rehabilitation
Engineering Society of North America), 2000.
NARIC Accession Number:
O13578.
Link to text: http://www.resna.org/taproject/library/pubs/recycling/RMtoc.htm.

This book presents a concise but thorough overview of assistive technology
recycling, refurbishment, and redistribution programs around the world.

Dubbels, Kursten, “Assistive Technology in the Individual Education Plan
Outline,” Buffalo, New York: Neighborhood Legal Services, no date.
Link to
text: http://www.nls.org/atiep.htm.

Based on a presentation made at Closing the Gap in 1998, this booklet
discusses the inclusion of AT when developing an Individual Education Plan.

Hager, Ronald M., “Funding of Assistive Technology: State Vocational
Rehabilitation Agencies and Their Obligation to Maximize Employment,” Buffalo,
New York: Neighborhood Legal Services, 1999.
NARIC Accession Number:
O13195.
Link to text: http://www.nls.org/vrbooklt.htm.

This booklet contains information on funding assistive technology through
the vocational rehabilitation system, including AT for students making the
transition from school to work and for college students.

Hager, Ronald M., and Diane Smith, “The Public School’s Special Education
System as an Assistive Technology Funding Source: The Cutting Edge,” Buffalo,
New York: Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc., 2003 (second edition).
Link to
text: http://www.nls.org/specedat.htm or http://www.nls.org/pdf/special-ed-booklet-03.pdf.
This
71-page booklet is a comprehensive treatise on the rights of students with
disabilities to assistive technology under IDEA and section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act.

Kemp, Crystal E., Howard P. Parette, and Jack J. Hourcade, “Funding Assistive
Technology and Related Health Services in Service Settings,” Early Childhood
Education Journal
, Vol. 28, No. 3 (Spring 2001), pp. 189-192.
The authors
discuss funding options for assistive technology devices in client service
settings, including Medicaid, the School Health and Related Services Program,
and the Early Periodic, Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program (EPSDT). A
sample letter of justification to Medicaid is included.

“Medicaid and Assistive Technology: A Fresh Look at Medicaid as an AT Funding
Source,” AT Advocate, Volume 9, Issue 2 (Winter 2005), pp.
302-312.
Link to text: http://www.nls.org/av/spring05.htm
or http://www.nls.org/av/spring05.pdf.

This article provides a general overview of funding for assistive
technology under Medicaid for both children and adults.

“Medicaid, Assistive Technology, and the Courts: An Updated Summary of
AT-Related Federal and State Court Decisions,” AT Advocate, Volume 11,
Issue 1 (Winter 2006-2007), pp. 370-380.
Link to text: http://www.nls.org/av/winter06-07.htm
or http://www.nls.org/av/winter06-07.pdf.
The
article summarizes important court decisions related to Medicaid funding of AT
since the mid-1980s. Topics include state Medicaid agencies’ use of “exclusive
lists” of DME products; denial of funding on the basis of age; EPSDT and
children under age 21; and specific AT products (augmentative communication
devices, standing frames and wheelchairs, stair lifts, power tilt-in-space
wheelchairs, back-up manual wheelchairs, CCTVs, body braces, swimming pool
lifts, and binaural hearing aids).

Quintero, Alyssa, “A.T. Funding Challenge,” Quest, Vol. 14, No. 1
(January/February 2007), pp. 46-53.
Link to text: http://www.mdaquest-digital.com/mdaquest/20070102/.
The
author provides a broad overview of the resources available to fund assistive
technology.

Pynoos, Jon, and Christy M. Nishita, “The Cost and Financing of Home
Modifications in the United States,” Journal of Disability Policy
Studies
, Vol. 14, No. 2 (Fall 2003), pp. 68-73.
NARIC Accession Number:
J46116.
This article recounts the history and projects the future of loan
programs for financing home modifications and the acquisition of assistive
technology.

Rosenthal, Paula, “Resources for People Who Can’t Afford Hearing Aids and
Cochlear Implants,” Hearing Exchange, 2004.
Link to text: http://www.hearingexchange.com/articles/paulas-110601.htm.
This
article provides tips and a resource list for people with hearing loss who
cannot afford hearing aids or cochlear implants.

Sheldon, James R., Jr., “Work Incentives for Persons with Disabilities Under
the Social Security and SSI Programs,” Buffalo, New York: Neighborhood Legal
Services, Inc., 2002 (Second Edition)
Link to text: http://www.nls.org/work_incentives.htm
or http://www.nls.org/pdf/work_incentives.pdf.
Aimed
at attorneys, this 35-page booklet emphasizes the role of SSI and SSDI work
incentives in ensuring that AT is available to SSI and SSDI beneficiaries as
they are preparing for and going to work.

Sheldon, James R., and Ronald M. Hager, “Funding of Assistive Technology to
Make Work a Reality: Funding for Work-Related Assistive Technology Through
Special Education Programs, State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Medicaid,
Medicare and SSI’s Plan for Achieving Self Support,” Buffalo, New York:
Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc., 2004.
Link to text: http://www.nls.org/Work%20&%20AT.htm
or http://www.nls.org/pdf/Work%20&%20AT.pdf.
This
38-page booklet is built around the scenario of a 16-year-old with a severe
physical disability who will face multiple needs for AT as she completes her
special education program, attends college, and eventually moves on to her
employment goal.

Sheldon, James R., and Diana M. Straube, “Supplemental Security Income and
the Family Law Attorney: Using Creative Alimony, Child Support and Property
Settlements to Maximize SSI, Medicaid and Create Funding for Assistive
Technology,” Buffalo, New York: Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc.,
1999.
NARIC Accession Number: O13361.
Link to text: http://www.nls.org/ssifmaty.htm.
This
booklet is intended for attorneys and discusses how to maximize AT funding for
spouses or children with disabilities during divorce settlements.

Telework Program: Increasing Employment Opportunities for People with
Disabilities, A Report on the First Two Years of Program Operations of the
Telework Program FY 2004 – FY 2005
. Arlington, Virginia: RESNA
(Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America), 2006.
Link to text: http://www.resna.org/AFTAP/telework/report1006.pdf.
This
report provides a detailed description and extensive statistics that illustrate
the lending practices, funding levels, achievements, challenges and successes of
the 20 state AT loan programs that existed in 2004 and 2005.

Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Public Affairs, “Fact Sheet: VA’s
Prosthetics and Sensory Aids,” February 2006.
Link to text: http://www1.va.gov/opa/fact/pros-sensory.asp.
The
VA pamphlet discusses devices available to veterans through the VA’s Prosthetics
and Sensory Aids Service (PSAS).

Waterland, Laura J., “Home Modifications: Essential but Difficult to Fund,”
AT Messenger, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Winter 2004), pp. 4-6.
Link to text: http://www.dati.org/newsletter/issues/2004n1/Winter_AT_messenger_2004.pdf.
This
article discusses barriers to obtaining funds for home modifications for persons
who need accessible housing. A resource list is included.

Iowa

Iowa Loan ProgramAbilities Fund
410 North 18th
Street
Centerville, Iowa 52544
Telephone: 888-222-8943 toll free or
641-856-2173.
Fax: 641-856-3101.
Email: info@abilitiesfund.org.
Web site: http://www.abilitiesfund.org.
Programs:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Kansas

Kansas Assistive Technology Cooperative 625 Merchant, Suite
205
Emporia, Kansas 66801
Telephone: 866-465-2826 toll free (voice or TT)
or 620-341-9002 (voice or TT).
Fax: 620-342-6400.
Email: katcomail@sbcglobal.net.
Web site:
http://www.katco.net.
Programs: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Kentucky

Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation209 St. Clair
Street
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
Telephone: 877-675-0195 toll free or
502-564-4440.
Fax: 502-564-1268.
Email: edu.katlc@ky.gov.
Web site: http://www.katlc.ky.gov.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Louisiana

Louisiana Alternative Financing ProgramLouisiana Assistive
Technology Access Network
3042 Old Forge Road, Suite D
Baton Rouge,
Louisiana 70808
Telephone: 800-270-6185 toll free (voice or TT) or
225-925-9500 (voice or TT).
Fax: 225-925-9560.
Email: info@latan.org.
Web site: http://www.latan.org.
Program: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Maine

mPower – Maine’s Adaptive Equipment Loan Fund
Alpha One
127 Main
Street
South Portland, Maine 04106
Telephone: 800-640-7200 toll free
(voice or TT).
Email: info@mpowerloans.org.
Web site: http://www.mpowerloans.org.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Maryland

Assistive Technology Guaranteed Loan Program and Telework Loan
Program

Maryland Technology Assistance Program (MD TAP)
2301 Argonne
Drive, Room T-17
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Telephone: 800-832-4827 toll
free (voice or TT).
Fax: 410-554-9237.
Email: mdtap@mdtap.org.
Web site: http://www.mdtap.org.
Programs: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts AT Loan ProgramEaster Seals Massachusetts
484
Main Street
Worchester, Massachusetts 01608
Telephone: 800-244-2756, ext.
428 or 431, toll free.
TT: 800-564-9700 toll free.
Email: massatloan@eastersealsma.net.
Web
site: http://www.massatloan.org.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Michigan

Michigan Assistive Technology and Telework Loan Fundsc/o United
Cerebral Palsy of Michigan
3401 E. Saginaw, Suite 216
Lansing, Michigan
48912
Telephone: 800-828-2714 toll free or 517-203-1200.
Fax:
517-203-1203.
Email: march@ucpmichigan.org.
Web site: http://michiganloanfunds.org.
Programs:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Minnesota

Assistive Technology of Minnesota
1800 Pioneer Creek Center, Box
310
Maple Plain, Minnesota 55359-0310
Telephone: 866-535-8239 toll free
or 763-479-8239.
TT: 800-627-3529 toll free.
Fax: 763-479-8243.
Email:
info@atmn.org.
Web site: http://www.atmn.org.
Programs: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Missouri

Show Me LoansMissouri Assistive Technology
4731 South Cochise,
Suite 114
Independence, Missouri 64055-6975
Telephone: 800-647-8557 toll
free (Missouri only) or 816-373-5193.
TT: 800-647-8558 toll free (Missouri
only) or 816-373-9315.
Fax: 816-373-9314.
Email: mexline@swbell.net.
Web site: http://www.at.mo.gov/loans.shtm.
Programs:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Montana

MonTECH
University Of Montana Rural Institute
634 Eddy, 009
CHC
Missoula, Montana 59812
Telephone: 877-243-5511 toll free (Montana
only) or 406-243-5751.
Email: montech@ruralinstitute.umt.edu.

Web site: http://montech.ruralinstitute.umt.edu/financial.asp.

Program: Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Nebraska

Nebraska Loan ProgramsEaster Seals Nebraska
638 North 109th
Plaza
Omaha, Nebraska 68154-1722
Telephone: 800-650-9880 toll free or
402-345-2200.
Fax: 402-345-2500.
Email: rfitzke@ne.easterseals.com.
Web
site: http://ne.easterseals.com/site/PageServer?pagename=NEDR_loan.
Programs:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Nevada

Nevada Assistive Technology Loan FundCareChest
7910 N. Virginia
Street
Reno, Nevada 89506
Telephone: 775-829-2273.
Fax:
775-829-8745.
Email: loans@carechest.com.
Web site: http://www.carechest.com/HELP/HELP.html#Assistive_Technology_Loans.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

New Mexico

Access Loan New Mexico San Juan Center for Independence
3535 E.
30th, Suite 101
Farmington, New Mexico 87402
Telephone:
505-566-5831.
Fax: 505-566-5842.
Email: lmccabe@sjci.org.
Web site: http://www.sjci.org/afp.html.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

New Mexico Tele-Work Loan ProgramNew Mexico Technology Assistance
Program
435 St. Michael’s Drive, Building D
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

Telephone: 800-866-2253 toll free or 505-954-8533.
TT: 800-659-4915 toll
free.
Fax: 505-954-8608.
Email: andy.winnegar@state.nm.us.
Web
site: http://www.nmtap.com/NMTeleWorkLoan.html.
Program:
Access to Telework Loan Program.

New York

TRAID Project – Equipment Loan Fund 
New York State Commission on
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities
401 State
Street
Schenectady, New York 12305
Telephone: 800-522-4369 toll free (New
York only) (voice or TT) or 518-388-2892.
TT: 518-473-4231.
Fax:
518-388-2890.
Email: webmaster@cqcapd.state.ny.us.
Web
site: http://www.cqcapd.state.ny.us/Asst-Tech-TRAID.htm.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

North Dakota

North Dakota Alternative Financial Loan Program North Dakota
Association for the Disabled, Inc.
1913 South Washington
Grand Forks,
North Dakota 58201
Telephone: 800-532-6323 toll free or 701-795-6609.
TT:
800-265-4728 toll free.
Fax: 701-239-7229.
Email: tladouceur@ndad.org.
Web site: http://www.ndipat.org/services/default.asp?ID=321.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Northern Mariana Islands

Trankilu Loan ProgramCommonwealth of the Northern Marianas Council
on Developmental Disabilities
P.O. Box 502565
Saipan, Northern Mariana
Islands 96950-2565
Telephone: 670-664-7000.
TT: 670-664-7000.
Fax:
670-664-7010.
Email: tchong@cnmiddcouncil.org.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Alternative Financing ProgramOklahoma ABLE Tech
1514
West Hall of Fame
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078-2026
Telephone:
888-885-5588 toll free or 405-744-9748.
TT: 800-257-1705 toll free.
Fax:
405-744-2487.
Email: gmiliss@okstate.edu.
Web site: http://www.ok.gov/abletech/Financing_Activities/.
Programs:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation1004 West Ninth
Avenue, First Floor

Telephone: 888-744-1938 toll free or
484-674-0506.
TT: 877-693-7271 toll free.
Fax: 484-674-0510.
Email: patf@patf.us.
Web site: http://www.patf.us.
Program: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

South Carolina

South Carolina Assistive Technology Loan ProgramVocational
Rehabilitation Department
1410 Boston Avenue
West Columbia, South Carolina
29171
Telephone: 866-247-8354 toll free or 803-896-6374.
Fax:
803-896-6510.
Email: dkoon@scvrd.state.sc.us.
Web site:
http://www.scvrd.net/i_assist_tech.html.
Programs:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Utah

Alternative Financing ProgramUtah Assistive Technology
Foundation
Center for Persons with Disabilities
6835 Old Main
Hill

Telephone: 800-524-5152 toll free or 435-797-2025.
TT:
435-797-7089.
Fax: 435-797-2355.
Email: uatf@cpd2.usu.edu.
Web site: http://www.uatf.org.
Programs: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Vermont

Independence Fund
Opportunities Credit Union
18 Pearl
Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Telephone: 800-865-8328 toll free or
802-865-3404.
Fax: 802-860-6123.
Email: ecarvey@oppsvt.org.
Web site: http://www.oppsvt.org.
Program: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands Alternate Financing Program 
Virgin Islands
Assistive Technology Foundation
Virgin Islands University Center for
Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
#2 John Brewer’s Bay
St. Thomas,
U.S. Virgin Islands 00802
Telephone: 340-776-9200, ext. 2334 (St. Thomas) or
340-692-1919 (St. Croix).
Fax: 340-692-5599 (St. Croix).
Email: yyohann@uvi.edu (St. Thomas) or wevans@uvi.edu (St. Croix).
Web site: http://www.uvi.edu/pub-relations/VIUCEDD/community_outreach/viatf.htm.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Virginia

Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority1602 Rolling Hills Drive,
Suite 107
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Telephone: 866-835-5976 toll free or
804-662-9000 (voice or TT).
Fax: 804-662-9533.
Email: atlfa@atlfa.org.
Web site: http://www.atlfa.org.
Programs: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Washington

Washington Access FundWashington Assistive Technology
Foundation
100 South King Street, Ste. 280
Seattle, Washington
98104
Telephone: 800-214-8731 toll free or 206-328-5116.
TT: 888-808-8942
toll free.
Fax: 206-328-5126.
Email: info@watf.org.
Web site: http://www.watf.org.
Programs: Assistive
Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Wisconsin

WisLoan and Wisconsin Telework Loan
Programs
IndependenceFirst
600 West Virginia St., Suite
401

Telephone: 877-463-3778 toll free or 414-226-8306.
TT:
414-291-7520.
Fax: 414-291-7525.
WisLoan Email: pkraemer@independencefirst.org.
Telework
Loan Email: kaltman@independencefirst.org.
WisLoan
Web site: http://www.dhfs.wisconsin.gov/disabilities/wistech/wisloan.htm.
Wisconsin
Telework Loan Web site: http://www.independencefirst.org/services/other/telework.asp.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program; Access to Telework Loan
Program.

Wyoming

Wyoming Technology Access ProgramWyoming Independent Living
Rehabilitation, Inc.
305 West First Street
Casper, Wyoming
82601
Telephone: 800-735-8322 toll free or 307-226-6956 (voice or
TT).
Fax: 307-266-6957.
Email: webmaster@wilr.org.
Web site: http://www.wilr.org/wytap.html.
Program:
Assistive Technology Alternative Financing Loan Program.

Appendix C: State Client Assistance and Protection and Advocacy
Programs

In many states, the same organization provides CAP and P&A services. In
other states, CAP and P&A services are provided by separate agencies. For
states in which the CAP and P&A functions are provided by the same agency, a
single organization is stated. In states where separate organizations fulfill
these functions, the contact information for each project is listed separately.
For an up-to-date list, go to the ABLEDATA
Client Assistance Program Resource Center
 and the ABLEDATA
Protection and Advocacy Program Resource Center
.

Alabama

Client Assistance Program

State of Alabama Client Assistance Program
2125 East South
Boulevard
Montgomery, Alabama 36116-2454
Telephone: 800-441-7607 toll free
or 334-613-2208.
TT: 334-288-1104.
Fax: 334-288-1104.
Email: jnorsworthy@sacap.org.
Web site: http://www.sacap.org.

Protection and Advocacy Program

Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program
P.O. Box
870395
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0395
Telephone: 800-826-1675 toll free
(Alabama only) (voice or TT) or 205-348-4928 (voice or TT).
Fax:
205-348-3909.
Email: adap@adap.ua.edu.
Web site: http://www.adap.net.

Alaska

Client Assistance Program

Alaska Client Assistance Program
ASIST, Inc.
2900 Boniface
Parkway, #100
Anchorage, Alaska 99504-3195
Telephone: 800-478-0047 toll
free (voice or TT) or 907-333-2211 (voice or TT).
Fax:
907-333-1186.
Email: akcap@alaska.com.
Web site: http://home.gci.net/~alaskacap/.

Protection and Advocacy Program

Disability Law Center of Alaska
3330 Arctic Boulevard, Suite
103
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Telephone: 800-478-1234 toll free (Alaska
only) (voice or TT) or 907-565-1002 (voice or TT).
Fax:
907-565-1000.
Email: akpa@dlcak.org.
Web site: http://www.dlcak.org.

American Samoa

American Samoa Office of Protection and Advocacy for the
Disabled

P.O. Box 3937
Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799
Telephone:
011-684-633-2440.
Fax: 011-684-633-7286.
Email: pt_tauanuu@yahoo.com.
Web site: http://americansamoa.gov/departments/depts/protection.htm.

Arizona

Arizona Center for Disability Law
100 North Stone Avenue, Suite
305
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Telephone: 800-922-1447 toll free (voice or TT)
or 520-327-9547 (voice or TT).
Fax: 520-884-0992.
Email: center@azdisabilitylaw.org.
Web
site: http://www.acdl.com.

Arkansas

Arkansas Disability Rights Center, Inc.
1100 North University,
Suite 201
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
Telephone: 800-482-1174 toll free
(Arkansas only) (voice or TT) or 501-296-1775 (voice or TT).
Fax:
501-296-1779.
Email: panda@arkdisabilityrights.org.
Web
site: http://www.arkdisabilityrights.org.

California

Client Assistance Program

California Client Assistance Program
California Department of
Rehabilitation
2000 Evergreen Street
Sacramento, California
95815
Telephone: 800-952-5544 toll free or 916-263-7367.
TT: 866-712-1085
toll free.
Email: capinfo@dor.ca.gov.
Web site: http://www.rehab.cahwnet.gov/cap/.

Protection and Advocacy Program

Protection and Advocacy, Inc.
100 Howe Ave., Suite
185-N
Sacramento, California 95825
Telephone: 800-776-5746 toll free or
916-488-9955.
TT: 800-719-5798 toll free.
Email: infor@pai-ca.org.
Web site: http://www.pai-ca.org.

Colorado

Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People
455
Sherman Street, Suite 130
Denver, Colorado 80203-4403
Telephone:
800-288-1376 toll free or 303-722-0300.
TT: 303-722-3619.
Fax:
303-722-0720.
Email: tlcmail@thelegalcenter.org.
Web
site: http://www.thelegalcenter.org.

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

Northern Marianas Protection and Advocacy System, Inc.
P.O.
Box 503529
Saipan, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands 96950

Telephone: 670-235-7273.
TT: 670-235-9506.
Fax: 670-235-7274.
Web
site: http://www.nmpasi.com.

Connecticut

Connecticut Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with
Disabilities

60 B Weston Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06120-1551

Telephone: 800-842-7303 toll free (voice or TT) (Connecticut only) or
860-297-4300.
TT: 860-297-4380.
Fax: 860-566-8714.
Email: james.mcgaughey@po.state.ct.us.
Web
site: http://www.state.ct.us/opapd.

District of Columbia

University Legal Services
220 I Street, NE, Suite
130
Washington, D.C. 20002
Telephone: 202-547-0198.
TT:
202-547-2657.
Fax: 202-547-2083.
Email: jbrown@uls-dc.org.
Web site: http://www.uls-dc.org.

Delaware

Client Assistance Program

Delaware Client Assistance Program
United Cerebral Palsy,
Inc.
700 A River Road
Wilmington, Delaware 19809-2746
Telephone:
800-640-9336 toll free or 302-764-2400.
Fax: 302-764-8713.
Email: capdir@magpage.com.
Web site: http://www.ucp.org/ucp_localsrv.cfm/52/7501/11439/492.

Protection and Advocacy Program

Delaware Disabilities Law Program
Community Legal Aid Society,
Inc.
Community Services Building
100 West 10th Street, Suite
801
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Telephone: 800-773-0606 toll free (Delaware
only) or 302-575-0690.
TT: 302-575-0696.
Fax: 302-575-0840.
Email: clasincc@declasi.org.
Web site: http://www.declasi.org/dis.html.

Florida

Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities,
Inc.

2728 Centerview Drive, Suite 102
Tallahassee, Florida
32301-5024
Telephone: 800-342-0823 toll free (Florida only) or
850-488-9071.
TT: 800-346-4127 toll free.
Fax: 850-488-8640.
Email: info@advacacycenter.org.
Web site:
http://www.advocacycenter.org.

Georgia

Client Assistance Program

Georgia Client Assistance Program
123 North McDonough
Street
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Telephone: 800-822-9727 toll free (voice or
TT) or 404-373-3116 (voice or TT).
Fax: 404-373-4110.
Email: rehab@dol.state.ga.us.
Web site: http://www.vocrehabga.org/lev3j.html.

Protection and Advocacy Program

Georgia Advocacy Office, Inc.
150 E. Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite
430
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Telephone: 800-537-2329 toll free or
404-885-1234.
Fax: 404-378-0031.
Email: info@thegao.org.
Web site: http://www.thegao.org.

Guam

Client Assistance Program

Guam Client Assistance Program
Parent-Agencies Network
P.O. Box
23474
2238 Route 16, Suite 1-B
J. Madarang Dental Building
Harmon, Guam
96921
Telephone: 671-637-4227 (voice or TT).
Fax: 671-637-4211.
Email:
capguam@ite.net.

Protection and Advocacy Program

Guam Legal Services Corporation
113 Bradley Place
Hagatna, Guam
96910
Telephone: 671-477-9811.
Email: fvin@netpci.com.
Web site: http://www.lawhelp.org/GU/.

Hawaii

Hawaii Disability Rights Center
900 Fort Street Mall, Suite
1040
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Telephone: 800-882-1057 toll free (voice or
TT) or 808-949-2922 (voice or TT).
Fax: 808-949-2928.
Email: info@hawaiidisabilityrights.org.
Web
site: http://www.hawaiidisabilityrights.org.

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