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Disability Grant Assistance and Resources in North Carolina

In North Carolina, 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 or are interested in a resource that isn’t listed, contact MobilityWorks today.

MobilityWorks Locations in North Carolina

Charlotte
4025 Queen City Drive
Charlotte, NC, 28208
Concord
4012 Dearborn Place NW
Concord, NC 28027

North Carolina Department of Veterans Affairs

The purpose of the department is to aid, assist, counsel and advise, and to encourage competition among counties and municipalities to develop, improve and enhance veteran-friendly services, benefits and assistance to, veterans who have served in and been honorably discharged or separated under honorable conditions from the Armed Forces of the United States and their widows, widowers and dependents, including populations of veterans who may have special needs as a result of homelessness, incarceration or physical or mental disabilities.

Contact Information
1315 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-1315
Phone: 919-807-4250
Fax: 919-807-4260
Website: https://www.milvets.nc.gov/

North Carolina Assistive Technology Program

The North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP) is a state and federally funded program that provides assistive technology services statewide to people of all ages and abilities. NCATP leads North Carolina’s efforts to carry out the federal Assistive Technology Act of 2004 by providing device demonstration, short-term device loans, and re-utilization of assistive technology. We promote independence for people with disabilities through access to technology.

Contact Information
3340 Jaeckle Dr. #201
Wilmington, NC 28403
Phone: 910-251-7078
Website: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/vocational-rehabilitation-services/north-carolina-assistive-technology-program

North Carolina Statewide Independent Living Council

The North Carolina Statewide Independent Living Council (NCSILC) is a federally-mandated, not-for-profit, Governor appointed council. A majority of council members must be people with a disability.

Contact Information
NC Statewide Independent Living Council
505 Oberlin Road, Suite 206
Raleigh, NC 27605
Phone: (919) 835-3636
Fax: (919) 835-4749
Website: http://ncsilc.org/

Disability Rights North Carolina

Disability Rights North Carolina is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Raleigh. Its team of attorneys, advocates, paralegals and support staff provide advocacy and legal services at no charge for people with disabilities across North Carolina. As the state’s federally mandated protection and advocacy system, Disability Rights North Carolina is charged with protecting the rights of children and adults with disabilities living in North Carolina.

Contact Information
2626 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 550
Raleigh, NC 27608
Toll-Free: 877-235-4210
Phone: 919-856-2195
TTY: 888-268-5535
Fax: (919) 856-2244
Website: http://www.disabilityrightsnc.org/