Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) Phone: (800) 826-1675 Phone: (205) 348-4928 ADAP’s mission is to provide quality, legally-based advocacy services to Alabamians with disabilities in order to protect, promote and expand their rights.
Alabama Head Injury Foundation 3100 Lorna Road, Suite 200, Hoover, Alabama, 35216 Phone: (800) 433-8002 AHIF helps access available resources and provides services and programs which meet the unique needs of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) as well as spinal cord injury (SCI) in certain programs.
Impaired Drivers Trust Fund Phone: (888) 879-4607 These proceeds are used as payer of last resort for the costs of care provided to Alabamians who have survived neuro-trauma with head or spinal cord injury.
Statewide Technology Access and Response System for Alabamians with Disabilities (STAR) Phone: (800) 441-7607 Contact: Rosalyn Glover Phone: (334) 281-8780 The mission of the STAR program is to enhance independence, productivity and quality of life for all Alabamians with disabilities through access to assistive technology devices and services.
Adaptive Aquatics Phone: (205) 807-7519 Adaptive Aquatics is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the introduction, teaching and advancement of adapted water skiing for children and adults with physical disabilities.
Alabama Association for Persons in Supported Employment Phone: (334) 613-3527 The mission of the Alabama Chapter of the Association for Persons in Supported Employment is to enhance innovative individualized employment opportunities, promote careers, and improve the quality of life for individual with significant disabilities by providing education, technical assistance and training, advocacy and support to people, family members, employers, and employment specialists.
Angel Flight Phone: (877) 426-2643 Phone: (770) 452-7958 serves primarily patients who are traveling from, to or through the states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and the Carolinas.
Our organization believes that the cost of travel should never stand in the way of receiving medical care. C.) To provide individuals with disabilities, their families or advocate and associated professionals access to assistive technology devices and services to increase independence in the home, school, and work environments.
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