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A-Z Resources List

The A-Z Resources List provides state agencies, organizations and nonprofits across North Carolina that work with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), their families and caregivers to provide services and supports in line with the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act (DD Act).

We are constantly at work to make sure that the directory is up to date, but if you don't find a resource listed, please submit the name and website to NCCDD for consideration.

All submissions will be reviewed by NCCDD before being added to the resource list.

Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center is a community-based residential program that provides free services to individuals with disabilities. It is dedicated to assisting all persons regardless of disability in making choices about their own lives and in experiencing success as active participants in society.

  • Phone: 910-815-6618
  • Location: Wilmington, NC
  • Disability Rights & Resources

    Disability Rights and Resources provides services and workshops focusing on fair housing, transportation and other services ensuring the independence of those with disabilities.

  • Phone: 704-537-0550
  • Location: Charlotte, NC
  • Disability Rights North Carolina

    Disability Rights helps people across North Carolina gain access to services and opportunity through its legally based advocacy.

  • Phone: 919-856-2195
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Division for Exceptional Children

    Exceptional Children Division assures that students with disabilities develop mentally, physically, emotionally and vocationally through the provision of an appropriate individualized education in the least restrictive environment.

  • Phone: 919-807-3969
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Division of Child Development

    The Division of Child Development implements quality standards, increases access for families and collaborates to promote enhanced service delivery of care and education across the State.

  • Phone: 919-715-1012
  • Division of Services for the Blind

    North Carolina Division of Services for the Blind enables people who are blind or visually impaired to reach their goals of independence and employment.

  • Phone: 919-733-9822
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services

    VR promotes employment and independence for people with disabilities through customer partnership and community leadership.

  • Phone: 800-689-9090
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Division TEACCH

    TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication related handicapped CHildren) is an evidence-based service, training, and research program for individuals of all ages and skill levels with autism spectrum disorders.

  • Phone: 919-966-2174
  • Location: Chapel Hill, NC
  • Easter Seals UCP North Carolina

    Easter Seals UCP serves a broad range of people with disabilities, such as people with cerebral palsy, autism, spina bifida, intellectual disabilities, muscular dystrophy, stroke, spinal cord injuries, head injuries, hearing and visual impairments and mental health diagnoses.

  • Phone: 1-800-662-7119
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Employment First

    Employment First focuses on states and programs align to emphasize the importance of employment services focusing on “ability” versus “disability.”

  • Phone: 919-715-2774
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Epilepsy Alliance NC

    The Epilepsy Alliance NC ensures that people with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences; and will prevent, control and cure epilepsy through services, education, advocacy and research.

  • Phone: 336-716-3800
  • Location: Winston-Salem, NC
  • Epilepsy Information Service

    The Epilepsy Information Service is a hotline that provides comprehensive information on epilepsy seizures, treatments and more.

  • Phone: 336-716-3800
  • Location: Winston-Salem, NC
  • First in Families of North Carolina

    First In Families of North Carolina assists people with disabilities and their families to achieve their goals and realize their dreams through providing seed grants to families and individuals.

  • Phone: 919-251-8368
  • Location: Durham, NC
  • Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center

    The FPG Child Development Institute recognizes that every child deserves a safe, healthy, and stimulating childhood. FPG scientists study important issues facing young children and their families and use this information to enhance policy and improve practice.

  • Phone: 919-966-2622
  • Location: Chapel Hill, NC
  • Functional Needs

    Plan now for what you need to stay safe, healthy and independent during or after an emergency. Some emergencies may mean that you stay at home. Other types may cause you to leave your home to go to a friend’s house or an emergency shelter.

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