Disability Grant Assistance and Resources in Indiana

In Indiana, there are different agencies and non-profits that have various programs designed to help people in need of adaptive driving equipment or wheelchair transportation. Below are just some of the more prominent groups that we have been able to identify in helping our website visitors with finding financial assistance.

It is our wish that every American who needs assistance can find the help they need. If you know of additional resources, please let us know. We will be glad to add organizations that are helping the disabled community or our special needs families with grant opportunities. If you have any questions, contact MobilityWorks today.

Assistive Technology @ Easter Seals Crossroads

Easter Seals Crossroads partnered with the State of Indiana, Bureau of Rehabilitative Services to establish the Indiana Assistive Technology Act (INDATA) Project. The INDATA Project is one of 56 similar, federally-funded projects designed to increase access and awareness of assistive technology.

Contact Information:
Assistive Technology Center
4740 Kingsway Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Telephone: 317-466-2013 or 888-466-1314
Fax: 317-466-2000
Website: http://www.eastersealstech.com/

Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services

TIPAS was created in 1977 by state law (IC. 12-28-1-6 as amended) to protect and advocate the rights of people with disabilities and is Indiana's federally designated Protection and Advocacy (P&A) system and client assistance program. It is an independent state agency, which receives no state funding and is independent from all service providers, as required by federal and state law.

Contact Information:
Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services
4701 N. Keystone Ave., Suite 222
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
TTY 1-800-838-1131
Website: http://www.in.gov/ipas/

The Great Lakes Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Lakes ADA Center helps educate the public on the Americans with Disabilities act of 1990 and provides technical assistance and training. This is one of 10 ADA centers across the country and serves Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

Contact Information:
University of Illinois at Chicago
Institute on Disability & Human Development (MC 728)
1640 West Roosevelt Road, Room 405
Chicago, Illinois 60608
312-413-1407 (V/TTY)
Website: http://www.adagreatlakes.org/

Area IV Agency

Area IV serves many sectors of many communities. They are a multi-faceted organization made up of dozens of individuals, committees, and departments. Find out more about how the organization works, and who they are, by clicking the link below.

Contact Information:
Website: http://www.areaivagency.org/

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