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Arc of Clark County

Address: PO Box 2608
Vancouver, WA 98668
Phone: (360) 254-1562 x17 Fax: (360) 8967382 Email: jessed@arcofclarkcounty.org Website: http://www.arcswwa.org/

Jesse Dunn, Executive Director The Arc of Southwest Washington helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve a lifetime of success by building capability with respectful advocacy, direct support of individuals and their families… Read More

Ark Regional Services

Address: 1150 North 3rd Street
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 742-6641 Fax: (307) 7429203 Email: ark@arkrs.org Website: http://www.arkregionalservices.org/

We offer a comprehensive array of services including residential, vocational, community employment, day habilitation, occupational therapy, skilled nursing and case management.  We also have innovative, state of the art facilities for our Creative Arts… Read More

The Arc of Laramie County

Address: 1302 Crook Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Phone: (307) 632-1209 Email: arcoflc@gmail.com Website: http://www.arcoflaramiecounty.com/

The Arc is the largest voluntary organization in the United States devoted solely to working on behalf of people with intellectual disabilities and their families. As they have for half a century, The Arc’s members work throughout the nation to ensure… Read More

The Arc of Natrona County

Address: 4070 Plaza Dr., Suite #106
Casper, WY 82604
Phone: (307) 577-4913 Fax: (307) 5774014 Email: arc_nc@tribcsp.com Website: http://arcofnatronacounty.org/

The Arc of Natrona County is a non-profit organization in Casper, Wyoming that is committed to securing for, all people with developmental disabilities, the opportunity to choose and realize the goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play. Read More

Connect Wyoming

Address: 1000 E. University Avenue, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities Dept. 4298
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-2996 Email: connect@uwyo.edu Website: http://www.uwyo.edu/wind/

Connect Wyoming is a human services infrastructure designed to serve the state of Wyoming.  It consists of a web site housing a searchable version of the Pathways Plus database, a calendar of human service events, a monthly newsletter, and special Pathways… Read More

Programs for People with Developmental Disabilities, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Department of Health

Address: 6101 Yellowstone Blvd, 186E Qwest Building
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone: (307) 777-7115 Fax: (307) 7776047 Email: ddmail@state.wy.us Website: https://health.wyo.gov/behavioralhealth/dd/

Provides funding and guidance responsive to the needs of people with disabilities to live, work, enjoy, and learn in Wyoming communities with their families, friends, and chosen support service and support providers. Read More

Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation

Address: 275 East Main Street, Mail Stop 2 E-K
Frankfort, KY 40621
Fax: (502) 5646745 Website: http://katlc.ky.gov

The Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation (KATLC) offers low interest loans for qualified applicants with disabilities who need assistive technology.  Working with its lending partner, Fifth Third Bank of Kentucky, KATLC can provide loans for:… Read More

L.K.L.P. Community Action Partnership – Kentucky

Address: 398 Roy Campbell Drive
Hazard, KY 41701
Phone: (606) 436-8853 Website: http://www.lklp.org/

L.K.L.P. Community Action Council is a private, non-profit corporation with the primary service area of the southeastern Kentucky counties of Leslie, Knott, Letcher, and Perry in the Kentucky River region.The agency is a Community Action Agency established… Read More

Southwest ADA Center

Address: 1419 Mayson Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
Phone: (404) 541-9001 Email: ADAsoutheast@law.syr.edu Website: http://www.adasoutheast.org/se_region/se_regionTemplate.php?st=AL

  The Southeast ADA Center (formerly known as Southeast DBTAC) is your leader in providing information, training, and guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and disability access tailored to the needs of business, government, and individuals… Read More

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