Disability Grant Assistance and Resources in New Jersey
As anyone who has every shopped for one can tell you, handicap vans are more expensive than normal vehicles. The additional costs of conversion and adaptive technologies often make the prices too steep for many New Jersey residents with disabilities.
However, there are resources for handicap van financing in New Jersey. Below you will find a listing of non-profit and government organizations that are dedicated to helping people with disabilities in New Jersey.
If you have any questions or are interested in a resource that isn’t listed, contact MobilityWorks today.
The Assistive Technology Center is a resource for information and equipment for citizens of New Jersey with disabilities.
1005 Whitehead Road Extension
Ewing, NJ 08638
888-322-1918 ext. 595
The New Jersey DVRS offers services to help people with disabilities find and keep employment. This often involves access to assistive technologies.
60 State Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
The NJCDD strives to ensure that New Jersey residents with developmental disabilities and their families have access to the services and supports available to them.
PO Box 700
Trenton, NJ 08625-0700
The New Jersey SILC represents the interests of New Jersey’s disability population and includes Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Contact the New Jersey SILC through their website.
The New Jersey’s DMVA helps veterans and their families receive the benefits that they are entitled to from the state and federal governments. This may include assistance with handicap van access.
P.O. Box 340
Trenton, NJ 08625-0340
Website: Contact form.
DRNJ advocates for the rights of individuals with disabilities and provides assistance for residents seeking grants for assistive technologies.
210 S Broad Street
Trenton, New Jersey 08608
800-922-7233 (NJ only)
The Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund is a financial assistance program for New Jersey families whose children have an illness or condition otherwise uncovered by insurance, State or Federal programs, or other source, such as fundraising. The Fund is intended to assist in preserving a family’s ability to cope with the responsibilities which accompany a child’s significant health problems.
P.O. Box 728
Trenton, NJ 08625-0728
Fred’s Footsteps is a program which helps provide financial support to families during a child’s illness. The program provides a funding bridge to working families, who meet certain criteria, for a period of one year to help them adjust to their child’s changing needs. The program is applicable to residents of specific counties in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
P.O. Box 315
Gladwyne, PA 19035