A- A A+
New Lookbook Stories Upcoming Public Meetings

Sort Alphabetically

a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z #

Transition

Affordable Colleges Online

Affordable Colleges Online’s guide provides the latest information and resources to help these students discover the wealth of opportunities now available to them after high school. Opportunities which can lead to careers in high demand areas like hospitality, culinary arts, technology and healthcare. The guide includes 5 top reasons to consider trade school and what the timeline and process look like for students. There are 3 encouraging success stories, numerous additional resources offering support and a helpful expert interview.

Alliance of Disability Advocates

Alliance and its staff help people with disabilities solve day-to-day problems that interfere with independent living. Alliance provides information and referral services, peer support, independent living training, community-based housing transition services and advocating for people with disabilities.

  • Phone: 919-833-1117
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • AMBUCS

    AMBUCS is a non-profit service organization consisting of a diverse group of men and women who are dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities.

  • Phone: 800-838-1845
  • Location: High Point, NC
  • Beyond Academics

    The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, in conjunction with its nonprofit agency partner Beyond Academics, hosts a program of study for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

  • Phone: 336-334-3855
  • Location: Greensboro, NC
  • Customer Service Center NCDHHS

    The Customer Service Center provides informational services regarding the various assistance programs available through the NC Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Phone: 800-662-7030
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • DHHS: Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services (MHDDSAS)

    North Carolina will provide people with, or at risk of, mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse problems and their families the necessary, prevention, intervention, treatment, services and supports they need to live successfully in communities of their choice.

  • Phone: 919-733-4670
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • Disability Partners

    Disability Partners provides independent living services, community education, advocacy and more for people with all types of disabilities.

  • Phone: 828-631-1167 (Sylva) or 828-298-1977 (Asheville)
  • Location: Sylva and Asheville, NC
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Financial Resources and Discounts for College-Bound Students With Disabilities

    This helpful guide offers information on various financial resources, discounts and savings opportunities, and travel tips for college-bound students with disabilities.

    Joy A. Shabazz Center for Independent Living

    The Center provides advocacy, peer counseling and peer support, independent living skills training, information and referrals, with other related services for persons with disabilities.

  • Location: Greensboro, NC
  • NC Statewide Independent Living Council

    Centers for Independent Living (CILs) are consumer-controlled, community-based organizations that provide programs and services for people with disabilities and their families.  The goal of CILs is to promote and support opportunities for people with disabilities to fully participate in an integrated community and search for the possibilities to live as they choose.

  • Location: Statewide
  • North Carolina Council of Community Programs

    The North Carolina Council of Community MH/DD/SA Programs helps its member area programs improve their service quality and management effectiveness.  It provides a strong, cohesive, statewide voice through policy analysis, technical assistance, publications, and educational programs.

  • Phone: 919-327-1500
  • Location: Raleigh, NC
  • The Adaptables: Center for Independent Living

    The Adaptables encourages independent living for persons with disabilities and is committed to help individuals with disabilities become more fully integrated into society.

  • Phone: 336-767-7060
  • Location: Winston-Salem, NC
  • [12  >>  

    Submit a Listing

    1. Invalid Input
    2. Invalid Input
    3. Please type the characters(*)
      Invalid Input

    Newsletter

    Stay updated on news and events.

    Sign Up

    Get In Touch

    Connect with the Council. We want to hear your questions, thoughts and comments.

    Contact Us

    Contact Us

    North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities
    3125 Poplarwood Court
    Suite 200
    Raleigh, NC 27604
    Info@nccdd.org
    919-850-2901 (voice/tdd)
    800-357-6916 (voice/tdd)
    800-357-6916 (TTY)
    919-850-2915 fax