Handicap Van Financing and Resources in Ohio
For many people with disabilities, owning a handicap van may seem like little more than a dream. Vans outfitted with the necessary adaptive technologies are often too expensive for many individuals.
Luckily, there are programs and grants available to Ohioans in need. We have assembled a list of these resources below. To learn more about individual organizations, click on the corresponding link.
If you have any questions or are interested in a resource that isn’t listed, contact MobilityWorks today.
MobilityWorks Locations in Ohio
Disability Rights Ohio is a non-profit corporation that advocates for the legal, civil, and human rights of people with disabilities in Ohio. Disability Rights Ohio is the designated Client Assistance Program (CAP) to advocate for individuals applying for assistance in Ohio. They also offer information on the Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology (PAAT).
50 W. Broad Street, Suite 1400
Columbus, Ohio 43215-5923
Phone: 614-466-7264 or 1-800-282-9181 (Toll free in Ohio only)
TTY: 614-728-2553 or 1-800-858-3542 (Toll free in Ohio only)
The Disability Foundation helps individuals with disabilities buy items that they want and need through two pooled trusts.
500 Kettering Tower
Dayton, Ohio 45423
The ODVS helps advocate for and provide services and support to US veterans in Ohio. It coordinates VA programs, operations, and veteran benefits in the state.
AT Ohio helps residents with disabilities learn about and acquire assistive technology. They also educate legislators on the needs of Ohioans with disabilities.
The OSILC supports the integration of individuals with disabilities into the American mainstream through advocacy and assistance. They help people with disabilities live as independently as possible.
TThe 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.
University of Illinois at Chicago
Institute on Disability & Human Development (MC 728)
1640 West Roosevelt Road, Room 405
Chicago, Illinois 60608