Financial Assistance for Disabled Homeowners and Tenants – more info here
There are many funding sources available to help homeowners and tenants who are living with a physical disability. Here’s a list of resources to consider exploring.
Offering comprehensive information about substance abuse among veterans, governmental programs that offer treatment, and steps that veterans can take to get the help that they need.
Providing dignified care and support so loved ones can remain safely and independently in their home environment.
Providing fitness, sport training, and social events for participants who are physically and/or intellectually challenged, economically disfranchised, or are considered “at risk” either behaviorally or due to their living situations.
Let All the Children Play Foundation – www.latcp.org
Improving the lives and dignity of all children by developing accessible playgrounds and inclusive recreation programs allowing children with disabilities the opportunity to experience play side-by-side with their able-bodied peers.
Long Island Center for Independent Living – www.licil.net
Providing a down-to-earth home base where people with disabilities can access services and information that can open doors for a more productive, healthy and secure life.
Certified accessible travel advocates that enable those with special needs or medical conditions to travel with friends and family. They take care of all the details (trip suggestions, accommodations, medical support) so you can focus on enjoying your vacation.
A tool to help people understand the eligibility requirements to apply for the Aged Blind and Disabled Medicaid program, according to the state they live in and their marital status.
Comprehensive resource for eldercare, senior services and care planning.
State-of-the-art outpatient facility designed to provide rehabilitation, management and recovery for community members with traumatic brain injury, physical disabilities, cognitive disabilities or dementia.
A non-profit trade association of mobility equipment manufacturers, dealers, driver rehabilitation specialists, and other professionals dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities and assisting with driving independence using wheelchair accessible vehicles.