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Americans with Disabilities Act Information Line

  • Phone: 800-514-0301
  • Location: Washington, DC
  • DHHS: North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services & Divisions Related to Disability, Office of the Secretary

    DHHS is the largest agency in state government, responsible for ensuring the health, safety and well being of all North Carolinians. It provides the human service needs for fragile populations like the mentally ill, deaf, blind and developmentally disabled, and helping poor North Carolinians achieve economic independence.

  • Phone: 919-807-3300
  • Location: Raleigh, 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
  • i2i Center for Integrative Health

    i2i Center for Integrative Health convenes healthcare leaders to solve the most important issues affecting behavioral, intellectual and developmental disabilities (I-DD) and primary healthcare in North Carolina. We help diverse organizations collaborate and resolve critical policy issues.

  • Phone: 919-657-0580
  • Location: 1135 Kildaire Farm Rd #200, Cary, NC 27511
  • NC TASH

    NC TASH serves children and adults with severe disabilities and takes a strong lead in the effort to reform attitudes, supports and conditions for people with disabilities. It advocates for inclusive education, integrative education, housing, employment and social justice for adults with these disabilities.

  • Location: Durham, NC
  • North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research

    The North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research identifies public policy issues facing North Carolina and enriches the dialogue among citizens, the media, and policymakers. They are dedicated to the goals of a better-informed public and more effective, accountable, and responsive government.

  • Phone: 919-832-2839
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Partners in Policymaking

    An internationally recognized training initiative, PiP prepares and motivates people with disabilities and their families to be effective advocates in seeking improved policies and supports.

  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Vote: It's Your Right

    A Know-Your-Rights Guide for Voters with Mental Disabilities and Advocates

    This guide explains the voting rights of people with mental disabilities. It also talks about unfair laws or policies which might restrict your right to vote and explains what you can do about them. This guide, which you are reading now, is written for people with mental disabilities—such as intellectual, developmental, or psychiatric disabilities--and their families in language that’s easy to understand.

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    North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities
    3125 Poplarwood Court
    Suite 200
    Raleigh, NC 27604
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    919-850-2901 (voice/tdd)
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