Many disabled individuals are dismayed by the high cost of handicap vans. It often seems that the dream of owning a vehicle to transport yourself or a loved one will always remain out of reach.
Luckily, there is hope. There are many handicap van financing resources available to Californians with disabilities. MobilityWorks has assembled several of these programs below. To learn more, click on the links provided. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact MobilityWorks for assistance.
This organization advocates, educates, investigates, and litigates to protect and advance the rights of California citizens with disabilities. Their Client Assistance Program (CAP) helps residents receive services from the Department of Rehabilitation.
1831 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95811-4114
The DOR's Mobility Evaluation Program (MEP) provides driving evaluations for qualified individuals.
Mobility Evaluation Program (MEP) Office
9720 South Norwalk Boulevard
Santa Fe Spring, CA 90670
The California VA helps veterans and their families receive the federal and state benefits that they are entitled to. This may include assistance with handicap van and adaptive technologies access.
1227 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
The VAF is a nonprofit corporation that was established January 1994 to operate transitional housing programs for military veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The VAF is comprised of veterans who are nationally recognized as experts on the issues of homelessness among veterans and are dedicated to veteran's advocacy. The VAF currently operates three of these programs throughout the State of Wisconsin and has also branched out into the State of California. (www.cavaf.org) VAF provide supportive services and transitional housing for veterans from all over the United States.
500 Veterans Street
Tomah, WI 54660