State Funding

Alabama

Alabama Ability Loan Program

The Ability Loan Program for individuals with disabilities and their families allows applicants to borrow money at low-interest and/or for extended terms for the purchase of assistive technology, adaptive equipment, and related services. Kate.wallace@rehab.alabama.gov

Alabama Council for Developmental Disabilities (ACDD)

The Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities aims to support independence, advocacy, productivity, and inclusion for Alabamians with developmental disabilities. 800-232-2158

Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services is a state agency serving people with disabilities through a continuum of services. Each program has different eligibility criteria, and most do not have a cost associated with the services provided. To apply, contact the office serving your area. 800-782-7656

Alabama’s Assistive Technology Resource (STAR)

Alabama’s Assistive Technology Act program is administered through the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and enables the acquisition of assistive technology devices and services for people with disabilities. 334-293-7143

Community Foundation of West Alabama

Note that grants are available only to 501(c)(3) organizations. Grants exist for community building purposes. -205-366-0698

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Alabama-Mississippi

The Alabama-Mississippi Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867 ALC@NMSS.org

Southeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southeast ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Alabama. 800-949-4232

The Dekko Foundation

Investment for organizations seeking initiatives that help children, young people and communities thrive. 260-347-1278

 

Alaska

Alaska Developmental Disabilities (DD) Mini-Grants

Maximum of $2,500 a year for people with developmental disabilities, and for youth enrolled in early intervention or an infant learning program. Grant goes to an agency on behalf of the beneficiary. 907-561-3701

Assistive Technology Loan Fund

Flexible loan option, lower interest rates and a longer repayment period. The loans are to be used to purchase assistive technology. 907-465-6933

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater Northwest

The Greater Northwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867

Northwest Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Northwest ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Alaska. 800-949-4232  nwadactr@uw.edu

Short-Term Assistance and Referral Programs (STAR)

People with developmental disabilities and their families may apply for Short-Term Assistance & Referral Programs (STAR) to address short-term needs, maximum of $2,500 per recipient. Used for: environmental modifications, adaptive equipment; services such as behavioral training, personal care and medical appointments. It also offers an alternative loan program. 907-465-4798

State of Alaska Office of Veterans Affairs (VA)

The Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs’ mission lies in both active military and veteran services to help improve the quality of their lives. 907-428-6003

The Homer Foundation

Restricted to areas within the Southern Kenai Peninsula, from Ninilchik south including the communities across Kachemak Bay. Grants available for the betterment of the community and individuals of the above listed region. 907-235-0541

The Murdock Trust

The Trust is interested in a diverse range of projects to enhance the quality of life in the region. Preventative efforts that address physical, spiritual, social, and psychological needs, especially those focused on youth, are preferred. 360-694-8415

The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation

ValBu@PGAfamilyfoundation.org

 

Arizona

Arizona Department of Veterans Services

The Arizona Department of Veteran Services provide services to veterans in 19 benefits offices throughout the states. Contact them if you need aid with benefits, counseling, finding veterans homes, employment assistance, and more. 602-234-8415

Arizona Loans for Assistive Technology

Government loan program for assistive technology in the state of Arizona provides loan for vehicle modification. Loans range from $500 to $10,000. 602-728-9534

Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP)

Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange’s mission is to assist persons with disabilities of all types and ages as well as family members, service providers, employers, and the public to become better educated about the value of assistive technology. Services include operating an online equipment reuse program, lending out devices, providing loans to help buy technology, consulting with clients, and offering training and technical assistance. 602-728-9534

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Arizona

The Arizona Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@AZA.NMSS.org

 

Arkansas

Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs

A state agency, Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs aims to connect veterans and their dependents to state and federal services. 501-370-3820

Arkansas Disability Coalition (ADC)

adva@arkansas.gov

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid South

The Mid South Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  TNS@NMSS.org

Southwest Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southwest ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Arkansas. 800-949-4232
 

California

AT Network

Ability Tools connects Californians with disabilities to assistive technology devices, tools, and services to make life easier. 800-390-2699  info@atnet.org

California Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

The California Department of Veterans Affairs is an organization dedicated to helping veterans learn about the state and federal benefits they are entitled to receive and how to claim them. 800-952-5626

California Veterans Assistance Foundation, Inc

Veterans Assistance Foundation specifically identifies and addresses the issues faced by veterans who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness and provides transitional housing, rapid re-housing, homelessness prevention services and access to benefit services for veterans and their families. 608-372-1282  vafed@vafvets.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Northern California

The North California Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  can_info@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Pacific South Coast

The Pacific South Coast Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  msinfo@mspacific.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Southern California & Nevada

The Southern California & Nevada Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  calMS@nmss.org

The Eisner Foundation

Restricted to nonprofit groups. Supports grants for disadvantaged children and people in Southern California and Los Angeles. 310-228-6808

 

Colorado

A.V. Hunter Trust

Assistance in purchasing medical equipment. Applications must come from a referring professional.  Visit Website.

Colorado Assistive Technology Partners

303-315-1280

Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs

The Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs offers advocacy and help in securing benefits to veterans who may be entitled to them through their military service. The Division assists veterans, Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard members of the Armed Forces. Assistance is also offered to spouses, surviving spouses, dependent parents, and dependents. 720-250-1500

Daniel’s Fund

Daniel’s Fund offers grants to assist individuals with disabilities achieve and maintain independence and quality of life. 303-393-7220

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Colorado-Wyoming

The Colorado-Wyoming Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research.  800-344-4867  co-wyreceptionist@nmss.org

Rocky Mountain Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Rocky Mountain ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Colorado. 800-949-4232

 

Connecticut

Assistive Technology Loan Programs

Assisted Connecticut citizens with disabilities and older adults to obtain the assistive technology devices and services they need to enhance independence and productivity. 860-424-4881

Connecticut Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The Connecticut Department of Veterans’ Affairs offers advocacy and assistance in various areas including burials, healthcare, residential and recovery programs, and events for all Connecticut veterans. 866-928-8387

Connecticut Spinal Cord Injury Association

The NSCIA offers Connecticut residents that are affected by SCI a quality of life grant. The grant awards range from $250 to $500. 203-284-2910  nsciact@gmail.org

Madeleine Beattie Wildes Fund

Restricted to nonprofit organizations that operate in Salisbury/Lakeville, Connecticut. Grants for projects that assist in aspects of daily life: home repair, fuel and utilities, chores, medical care, shelter, transportation, counseling and advocacy. 413-229-0370

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Connecticut

The Connecticut Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@ctfightsMS.org

New England Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The New England ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Connecticut. 800-949-4232

The Weber Foundation of Helping Hands, Inc.

To be considered for a grant, an applicant must demonstrate an unmet financial need caused by a life-threatening illness or directly related to a catastrophic situation affecting the applicant or the applicant’s immediate family. Limited to: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York. info@theweberfoundation.com

United Cerebral Palsy Association-Eastern Connecticut

The United Cerebral Palsy Association may offer funding opportunities for those with cerebral palsy. 860-443-3800

United Cerebral Palsy Association-Southern Connecticut

The United Cerebral Palsy Association may offer funding opportunities for those with cerebral palsy. 203-269-3511

 

Delaware

Adam Taliaferro Foundation

Provides emotional, financial and educational support to individuals who suffer catastrophic head or spinal injuries. The foundation also provides educational and financial support related to research, prevention and care of such injuries. 856-582-0212

Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative (DATI)

The Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative connects Delaware residents with disabilities with the tools they need in order to actively participate in their communities. The DATI’s services are available to all residents of Delaware and no other eligibility limitations apply. 302-831-0354

Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs

The Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs is dedicated to assisting veterans and their family members in obtaining benefits and working with other government agencies to assist with providing services. 800-344-9900

Mid-Atlantic Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Mid-Atlantic ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Delaware. 800-949-4232

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Delaware

The Delaware Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  kate.cowperthwait@nmss.org

The Specialized Services Fund (SSF)

The Specialized Services Fund (SSF) from DSAAPD provides funding to help those with physical disabilities with the costs of transportation, home modification and AT devices. Maximum lifetime funds: $10,000. 302-424-7310

 

Florida

Abilities Foundation (AF)

The Abilities Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides employment and housing services to persons with disabilities. 727-538-7370  fdelucia@abilities.org

Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD)

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (ADP) serves the needs of Floridians with developmental disabilities by working in partnership with local communities and private providers to identify the needs of an individual and recommend various supports and services. To be eligible for services, you must be a Florida resident and have one of the following six developmental disabilities: autism, cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, spina bifida, or children ages 3-5 who are at a high risk of developmental disability. 850-488-4257  APD_info@apd.state.fl.us

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Florida Department of Education assists individuals with physical or mental disabilities gain and retain employment. This may include training and education, job placement, job coaching, or assistive technology. 800-451-4327

Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST)

The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology serves Florida residents with disabilities by providing free access to information, referral services, educational programs, and publications in accessible formats. 888-788-9216  faast@faast.org

Florida Department of Veteran Affairs (VA)

727-518-3202

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid Florida

The Mid Florida Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@flc.nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-North Florida

The North Florida Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  MSNORFLA@NMSS.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)- South Florida

The South Florida Chapter works to improve the quality of life for peole affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  FLS@NMSS.org

Southeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southeast ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Florida. 800-949-4232

The Dekko Foundation

Investment for organizations seeking initiatives that help children, young people and communities thrive. 260-347-1278  dekko@dekkofoundation.org

The Millennium Angel Foundation

The Millennium Angel Foundation provides grants to those who have a physical disability because of an accident. 800-573-8853  angelfoundation@msettlements.com

 

Georgia

Client Assistance Program (CAP)

The Georgia Client Assistance Program is for vocational rehabilitation clients and client applicants who are seeking or receiving services from a project, program, or facility funded under the Rehabilitation Act. 800-822-9727

disABILITY LINK

disABILITY LINK services are available to those with disabilities, their families and communities throughout Metro Atlanta and surrounding counties. 404-687-8890  info@disabilitylink.org

Georgia Department of Veteran Service (GDVS)

The Georgia Department of Veteran Services serves U.S. veterans living in Georgia. Services include benefits assistance, appeals support, education and training, and securing space in nursing homes and memorial cemeteries. 404-656-2300  gavetsvc@vs.state.ga.us

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Georgia

The Georgia Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  gaa.mailbox@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid South

The Mid South Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  TNS@nmss.org

Southeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southeast ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Georgia. 800-949-4232

Tools for Life

Tools for Life offers a variety of services to ensure those with physical disabilities have access to technology in their lives. Programs include demonstrations, funding opportunities, reuse program, evaluations and assessments. 404-894-0541  dcinfo@disabilityconnections.com

 

Hawaii

Assistive Technology Resource Centers Loan Program

A loan can range from $500 to $30,000 and can be used for any AT purchase. 808-532-7110

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Pacific South Coast

The Pacific South Coast Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  msinfo@mspacific.org

State of Hawaii Office of Veterans Services

The Office of Veterans Services for the State of Hawaii offers VA benefits assistance for veterans in Hawaii. Advocacy is the office’s primary service as they take action on behalf of veterans and their families to secure appropriate rights, benefits, and services. The objective is to assist veterans in supplying the latest information and provide support to veterans making the transition back into civilian life. 808-433-0420

 

Idaho

Idaho Assistive Technology Project

Anyone who has a disability, or who is the parent or legal guardian of a person with a disability, and who is also a resident of Idaho, may apply for a loan. 800-432-8324

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater Northwest

The Greater Northwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Utah-Southern Idaho

The Utah-Southern Idaho Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  utah.idaho@nmss.org

Operation Education

The University of Idaho offers Operation Education for military veterans who have been disabled in service. It offers scholarships and funding opportunities for college. 208-885-7979  dtbutton@uidaho.edu

State of Idaho-Division of Veterans Services

Idaho Division of Veterans Services is dedicated to providing advocacy, benefits assistance, superior long-term care, quality education, and enhanced quality of life for all Idaho veterans and their families. 208-577-2310

 

Illinois

Family Support Network

The Family Support Network seeks to unify individuals with disabilities and their families to advocate for resources that strengthen the individual and family. Family Support Network works with families to determine the type and mount of support they require based on their individual needs and preferences. 708-331-7370  Shirley@familysupportnetwork.org

Great Lakes Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Lakes ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Illinois. 800-949-4232

Illinois Assistive Technology Program

A loan program specifically for people with disabilities. The ILoan Program provides loans to purchase assistive technology for daily living. 217-522-7985  iatp@iltech.org

Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA)

The Chicago VA Regional Office offers a variety of services and benefits which may include assistance with adaptive housing grants, benefits counseling, and more. 800-827-1000

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Gateway Area

The Gateway Area Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  gatewayinfo@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater Illinois

The Greater Illinois Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  cgic@ild.nmss.org

 

Indiana

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 designed to increase access and awareness of assistive technology. 888-466-1314  tech@eastersealscrossroads.org

Greater Lakes Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Lakes ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Indiana. 800-949-4232

Indiana Assistive Technology Act

Indiana Assistive Technology Act provides alternate funding options for assistive technology equipment and services. In addition, the office provides device training and loans. 317-466-2013

Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation

The Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation also provides funding for those with physical disabilities. Grants can be used for equipment purchase/repairs, respiratory devices, accessibility and vehicle modifications.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Indiana State

The Indiana State Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867 indiana@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Kentucky-Southeast Indiana

The Kentucky-Southeast Indiana Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  KYW@nmss.org

The Dekko Foundation

Investment for organizations seeking initiatives that help children, young people and communities thrive. 260-347-1278  dekko@dekkofoundation.org

 

Iowa

Great Plains Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Plains ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Iowa. 800-949-4232

Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research (ICATER)

In partnership with the University of Iowa, the Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research offers funding, training and other programs to help those with physical disabilities obtain assistive technology equipment and services. 319-335-5280

Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs

The Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs recognizes and honors Iowa’s veterans and veterans’ families by providing exceptional programs, services, and benefits, in an effort to successfully reintegrate veterans to civilian life and community. 800-838-4692

Iowa Program for Assistive Technology (IPAT)

The Iowa Program for Assistive Technology serves Iowans of all ages and disabilities, including persons who are aging. Assistive Technology includes items such as wheelchairs, communications devices, and more. The Alternative Financial Loan Program has reduced interest loans available for the purchase of adapted vehicles. 800-779-2001

IowaAble Foundation

The foundation provides help for Iowans with disabilities through loan programs and alternative financial solutions to finance a wheelchair accessible van. 515-292-2972

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Upper Midwest

The Upper Midwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@MSsociety.org

The Dekko Foundation

Investment for organizations seeking initiatives that help children, young people and communities thrive. 260-347-1278  dekko@dekkofoundation.org

 

Kansas

Assistive Technology for Kansans

Assistive Technology for Kansans provides financing options for assistive technology equipment. It also offers device training and “try out” programs. 620-421-8367  atkapps@ku.edu

Great Plains Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Plains ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Kansas. 800-949-4232

Kansas Commission on Veterans’ Affairs

The mission of the Kansas Commission on Veterans’ Affairs is to provide Kansas veterans, their relatives, and other eligible dependents with information, advice, direction, and assistance trough the coordination of programs and services. 785-296-3976

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid America

The Mid America Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@nmsskc.org

 

Kentucky

Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation

KATLC offers low-interest loans for your needs in financing a wheelchair accessible van. This program provides low-interest, fixed-rate loans in the range of $500 to $25,000. 877-675-0195

Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs

502-564-9203

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Indiana State

The Indiana State Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  indiana@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Kentucky-Southeast Indiana

The Kentucky-Southeast Indiana Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  KYW@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Ohio Valley

The Ohio Valley Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  OHGinfo@nmss.org

Southeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southeast ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Kentucky. 800-949-4232

Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky

The Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky offers financial programs and options for those with spina bifida and their families. 502-637-7363

The Kentucky Assistive Technology Service

The Kentucky Assistive Technology Service offers financing options for assistive technology equipment. It also offers device training and equipment loan programs. 800-327-5287

 

Louisiana

Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network

LATAN’s Assistive Technology Financial Loan Program assists people with disabilities purchase assistive technology through a special loan program. The reduced-interest, fixed-rate, extended-term loan program provides a worthwhile option in the funding maze facing consumers who need to purchase assistive technology to improve or maintain their level of independence, to increase or maintain their productivity, or to improve their quality of life. 225-925-9500

Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs

The Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs’ mission is to provide the best support and advocacy for the veterans of Louisiana. The department provides disability compensation, education, healthcare, and more. 877-432-8982

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Louisiana

The Louisiana Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  louisianachapter@nmss.org

Southwest Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southwest ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Louisiana. 800-949-4232

 

Maine

Bureau of Mine Veterans Services

The Maine Bureau of Veterans Services leads initiatives in the community to create fully-integrated programs to bolster veterans’ employment opportunities, improve veterans’ access to education opportunities, reduce homelessness, enhance mental health programs, and honor their legacy of service. 207-430-6035

Maine CITE Program

The Maine Department of Education’s Maine CITE Program helps Maine citizens with disabilities increase access to and acquisition of assistive technology when needed in applications of education, community living, employment, and information technology. 207-621-3195

Maine Keeping Seniors Home

Keeping Seniors Home provides funding to help seniors with mobility issues as they age. Funding is available for home modifications and renovations. 207-860-4461

mPower

mPower provides low interest rate loans to individuals. 800-640-7200

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater New England

The Greater New England Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867 nationalmssocietyGNE@nmss.org

New England Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The New England ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Maine. 800-949-4232

The Weber Foundation of Helping Hands, Inc

To be considered for a grant, an applicant must demonstrate an unmet financial need caused by a life-threatening illness or directly related to a catastrophic situation affecting the applicant or the applicant’s immediate family. Limited to: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York. info@theweberfoundation.com

 

Maryland

Jill Fox Memorial Fund

Provides grants to those not able to afford their medical and healthcare needs. 410-369-9322  info@jillfoxfund.org

Maryland Department of Disabilities

410-554-9230

Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs

The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs is an executive agency with the mission of assisting veterans, active duty service members, their families and dependents, in securing benefits earned through military service. 410-260-3838

Mid-Atlantic Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Mid-Atlantic ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Maryland. 800-949-4232

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Maryland

The Maryland Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@nmss-md.org

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) on the Potomac

The United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland offers grants for those with cerebral palsy and physical disabilities. Average grant amount is $300. 301-459-0566

 

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program

The Massachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program, operated by Easter Seals Massachusetts, is an alternative financing project that gives people with disabilities and elders access to low interest cash loans to purchase assistive devices and services. 800-564-9700  MassATLoan@eastersealsma.org

Massachusetts Department of Veterans’ Services

The Massachusetts Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS) in every city and town in the Commonwealth helps veterans learn about, apply for and, in some cases, receive benefits. The DVS establishes policy, proposes legislation, ensures adequate funding for veterans’ programs, and represents the interests of veterans in matters before the General Court. 617-210-5480

MassMatch

MassMatch, Massachusetts’s initiative to Maximize Assistive Technology (AT) in Consumers’ Hands, provides funding opportunities for assistive technology. It also offers programs including device training and equipment loans. 617-204-3851

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater New England

The Greater New England Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  nationalmssocietyGNE@nmss.org

New England Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

800-949-4232

The Weber Foundation of Helping Hands, Inc

To be considered for a grant, an applicant must demonstrate an unmet financial need caused by a life-threatening illness or directly related to a catastrophic situation affecting the applicant or the applicant’s immediate family. Limited to: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York. info@theweberfoundation.com

 

Michigan

Great Lakes Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Lakes ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Michigan. 800-949-4232

Michigan Assistive Technology Program

The Michigan Assistive Technology Program provides training, funding opportunities and other programs to help those with physical disabilities obtain assistive technology equipment and services. 517-333-2477

Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA)

The Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) offers assistance to veterans in the areas of education, family, federal benefits, finances, healthcare, and jobs. 517-335-6523  DMVA-Webmaster@michigan.gov

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Michigan

The Michigan Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867 info@MIG.NMSS.org

 

Minnesota

Great Lakes Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Lakes ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Minnesota. 800-949-4232

Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA)

The Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) is a cabinet level state agency dedicated to serving veterans and their families by assisting them in securing state and federal benefits and by providing programs and services relating to higher education, benefits, burial, claims, outreach, and veterans’ preference. 651-296-2562

Minnesota STAR Program

The alternative finance program is managed by Equipalife. Equipalife provides low interest rate loans to consumers, their families and employers for the purchase of assistive technology devices and services. 651-201-2640  star.program@state.mn.us

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Upper Midwest

The Upper Midwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@MSsociety.org

The Dekko Foundation

Investment for organizations seeking initiatives that help children, young people and communities thrive. 260-347-1278 dekko@dekkofoundation.org

 

Mississippi

Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board

The Veterans Affairs Board is devoted to caring for Mississippi veterans and their dependents through superior service, care, and assistance. Their site provides information about the Mississippi veterans’ homes, events, benefits, and more. 601-576-4850

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Alabama-Mississippi

The Alabama-Mississippi Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  ALC@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid South

The Mid South Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  TNS@nmss.org

Southeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southeast ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Mississippi. 800-949-4232  

 

Missouri

Great Plains Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Plains ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Missouri. 800-949-4232

Missouri Assistive Technology

Missouri Assistive Technology provides funding opportunities, device loans and training programs for those with physical disabilities. 816-655-6700 moat1501@att.net

Missouri Department of Public SAFETY-Veterans Commission

Through the Missouri Department of Public Safety Veterans Commission, a Veterans Service Program is offered, and offices are located in almost every county to make services available to veterans close to their homes. Veterans Service Officers (VSO) provide counseling and assistance to thousands of veterans and their dependents throughout the state. 866-838-4636

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Gateway Area

The Gateway Area Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  gatewayinfo@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid America

The Mid America Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@nmsskc.org

The Kids Assistive Technology

This program (KAT) can provide limited funding for assistive technology, vehicle access modifications and some home access modifications for children under age 21.  816-655-6700  eileen.belton@att.net

 

Montana

Montana Assistive Technology loan (MATL)

The Montana Assistive Technology Program offers a financial loan program, in partnership with Rural Dynamica, Inc., that helps Montanans purchase a handicap van. 406-243-5751

MonTECH-Montana Assistive Technology Program (MATP)

The Montana Assistive Technology Program (MonTECH) provides free, confidential information about assistive technology (AT) devices and services for Montanans. Montana residents are encouraged to contact MonTECH for information on specific product descriptions, applications, prices, and suppliers. 406-243-5751

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater Northwest

The Greater Northwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867

Rocky Mountain Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Rocky Mountain ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Montana. 800-949-4232

 

Nebraska

Great Plains Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Great Plains ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in Nebraska. 800-949-4232

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Mid America

The Mid America Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@nmsskc.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Upper Midwest

The Upper Midwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  info@MSsociety.org

Nebraska Assistive Technology Partnership (ATP)

The Assistive Technology Partnership (ATP) assists Nebraskans with disabilities, their families, educators, service coordinators, employers, and a host of agencies to learn about and use assistive technology. 406-243-5751

Nebraska Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The Nebraska Department of Veterans’ Affairs serves veterans by providing up-to-date information about veterans’ rights, benefits, Nebraska’s veteran homes, county offices, and links to other federal and state sources of information.402-471-2458

The Nebraska Assistive Technology Partnership

The Assistive Technology Partnership’s Resource Specialists can help find the potential funding for a wheelchair accessible van. 888-806-6287

 

Nevada

Care Chest of Sierra Nevada

Care Chest of Sierra Nevada works with individuals facing medical poverty to help them afford things like medical equipment, prescriptions, medical nutrition and wheelchair accessible vehicles. Applicants must be a Nevada resident to apply. All applicants will be assessed on a case-by-case basis to determine the extent of the aid given. 775-829-2273

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Southern California and Nevada

The Southern California and Nevada Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  calMS@nmss.org

Nevada Department of Veterans Services

The Nevada Department of Veterans Services is dedicated to providing service to and advocacy on behalf of veterans, their dependents, and survivors. Through their four major programs, they assist veterans in preparing and submitting claims for benefits, providing skilled nursing care, providing burial support at a state veterans’ cemetery, and helping veterans successfully integrate into Nevada communities.  866-630-8387

The Nevada Assistive Technology

The Nevada Assistive Technology Resource Center (NATRC) collaborates with the community to bring about wider knowledge and adoption of assistive technology in Nevada. Providing aid to underserved populations in Nevada is a high priority. The NATRC provides assessments, training, and demonstrations of assistive technology for the Nevada Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation counselors and clients. 775-682-9070

 

New Hampshire

Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology is New Hampshire is a program that provides access to assistive technology solutions through equipment reuse, explorations, loans and low-cost funding alternatives. 603-862-4320

Harry Gregg Foundation

Provides funds for home/vehicle modifications, specialized equipment, and recreation and education for those with disabilities. 603-547-3311

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Greater New England

The Greater New England Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  nationalmssocietyGNE@nmss.org

New England Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The New England ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in New Hampshire. 800-949-4232

New Hampshire State Office of Veterans Services

The mission of the New Hampshire State Office of Veterans Services is to assist veterans who are residents of New Hampshire or their dependents in securing all benefits or preferences to which they may be entitled under and state or federal laws or regulations. 800-622-9230

The Weber Foundation of Helping Hands, Inc.

To be considered for a grant, an applicant must demonstrate an unmet financial need caused by a life-threatening illness or directly related to a catastrophic situation affecting the applicant or the applicant’s immediate family. Limited to: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York. info@theweberfoundation.com

 

New Jersey

Adam Taliaferro Foundation

Provides emotional, financial and educational support to individuals who suffer catastrophic head or spinal injuries. The foundation also provides educational and financial support related to the research, prevention and care of such injuries. 856-582-0212

Assistive Technology Center

New Jersey’s Assistive Technology Center helps people with disabilities, their families, teachers, and employers identify and learn to use the technology that will be most effective in meeting their goals. They offer certified staff, thorough assessments, support options for nearly every budget, trials of equipment before purchase, training, and support. 609-882-4182

Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund

Families need to reside in New Jersey for at least 3 months prior to applying. The expenses for the child need to have been incurred prior to the child’s 22nd birthday. The total of all eligible medical expenses, including physicians, hospitals, therapies, pharmaceuticals, modified vehicles, home modifications, etc. needs to meet or exceed 10% of the family’s income up to $100,000 and 15% of any income over $100,000. 800-335-3863

Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA), State of New Jersey

The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) helps veterans and their families receive the benefits that they are entitled to from the state and federal governments. Additionally, you can request military record, apply for service awards, and more.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)- Greater Delaware Valley

800-344-4867  PAE@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-New Jersey Metro Chapter

The New Jersey Metro Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  njminfo@nmss.org

Northeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Northeast ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in New Jersey. 800-949-4232

 

New Mexico

Access Loan New Mexico

Access Loan New Mexico provides a statewide low interest rate loan program for residents with disabilities to purchase handicap vans. 505-566-5827

Daniel’s Fund

303-393-7220

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-New Mexico

The New Mexico Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  NMX@nmss.org

New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services (NMDVS)

The New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services (NMDVS) provides service and advocacy for veterans and their families who reside in New Mexico. Additionally, NMDVS has a division named the Rural Veterans Coordination Program (RVCP) that supports veterans and their families who reside in rural and underserved areas of the country. RVCP aids veterans with the transition to civilian life by providing health care, increasing medical or mental health services, providing assistance to families, or other outreach initiatives. 866-433-8387

New Mexico Technology Assistance Loan Program

The NMTAP provides a loan program for disabled persons who are in need of assistance with financing assistive technology.

Southwest Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Southwest ADA Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in New Mexico. 800-949-4232

 

New York

ADAPT Community Network

Formerly United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, is a leading human service nonprofit that is providing cutting edge programs and services for people with disabilities. Every day, this organization builds a more inclusive world for thousands of New Yorkers through education, technology, health, residential and recreational programs. 877-827-2666   projectconnect@adaptcommunitynetwork.org

Center for Assistive Technology (CAT)

The Center for Assistive Technology is a part of the University of Buffalo’s School of Health Related Professions and provides client assessment and training services for professionals, students, and consumers to give clients the adaptive technologies assistance they require. 716-204-8606  coddo@buffalo.edu

Equipment Loan Fund for the Disabled

The New York State Office of Children and Family Services provides assistance and loans to help in the purchase of wheelchair vans. 518-474-0197

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Long Island

The Long Island Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  Jane.Reilly@nmss.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-New York City-Southern New York

800-344-4867  info@msnyc.org

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-Upstate New York

The Upper New York Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families, and raise funds for critical MS research. 800-344-4867  nyr@nmss.org

New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs (VA)

The New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) advocates on behalf of New York’s veterans and their families, as individuals and as a group, to ensure they receive benefits granted by law for service in the US Armed Forces. The DVA provides free benefits advising. Experienced advisors work in a network of field offices across the state and offer veterans and their families professional help to resolve social, medical, and economic matters. 888-838-7697  DVAinfo@veterans.ny.gov

Northeast Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center

The Northeast Ada Center is a resource to find assistance and guidance for disabled individuals residing in New York. 800-949-4232

The Weber Foundation of Helping Hands, Inc.

To be considered for a grant, an applicant must demonstrate an unmet financial need caused by a life-threatening illness or directly related to a catastrophic situation affecting the applicant or the applicant’s immediate family. Limited to: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, a

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