Contact | Charity Care Policy | News | Email Sign-Up | Secure Email Portal

Community Resources

ADA Rights

The ADA Document Portal Consists of more than 7,400 documents pertaining to the Americans with Disabilities Act. 
Americans With Disabilities Act Provides information on what businesses and other public places are required to provide to people with disabilities. 
Barrier Breakers Has served the Disability Rights Movement since 1990, selling posters and manuals about disability issues. Since 1994, we have empowered people with disabilities to gain control of their lives using the PASS - Plan for Achieving Self-Support - a Social Security work incentive program that generates money under your control to get what you need to go to work or start a business. 
Benefits 101 for Disabilities Brings together rules for health coverage, benefit, and employment programs that people with disabilities use. These programs may be administered by the state, the federal government, or private organizations; here, we discuss them under one roof, in plain language. (Generally deals with California residents, but good info regardless). 
Fair Housing Accessibility First An initiative designed to promote compliance with the Fair Housing Act design and construction requirements. 
Job Accomodation Network Provides assistance to individuals with disabilities ready to go back to work. Free consulting services to increase employability of those with disabilities. They also provide worksite accommodation solutions. 
National Center on Workforce and Disability Information on making the working environment accessible. 
Paralyzed Veterans Association You can coordinate meetings with patients who have had any active duty during lifetime. The PVA can assist with home modifications, home health, DME, medications, wide variety of resources and, in some instances, pensions. If benefits are applied for a while at Craig Hospital, the Representative will then forward paperwork to the patient's local branch at discharge. 
Rocky Mountain ADA Center One of 10 regional centers funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), a division of the U.S. Department of Education. Our mission is to provide information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to individuals and organizations in Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

Last Updated: August 1, 2013