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Client Assistance Program (CAP): 888-745-2357 or 800-323-6060 x 140

Inclusion Daily Express:

“and Justice for all”:

Disability Rights Network of PA:

Aging and Disability LINKS

A collaborative effort among community agencies and the Office of Long Term Living (OLTL) to provide information about services and supports to individuals over the age of 60 and to persons 18 to 59 with disabilities. 

Allegheny County Link:

Armstrong County Link:

Mercer County Link: Click here

Butler County Link: Click here

Assistive Technology


The Alliance for Technology Access (ATA):

Axistive Assistive Technology News Portal:

Convert Text to Large Print:

Emp Tech:  Empowering Access for all Through Technology:

National Assistive Technology:

Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF):

Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT):

Reused and Exchanged Equipment Partnership:

Telecommunications Device Distribution Program (TDDP):

Centers for Independent Living (CIL’s)

National Directory:

Pennsylvania Directory:

Disability Organizations and Resources

American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD):

Disability News & Views Radio Show:

Disability Resources:

National Council on Disability (NCD):

National Council on Independent Living (NCIL):

National Organization on Disability (NOD):

PA Mental Health Consumers’ Association:

The Pennsylvania Council on Independent Living (PCIL):

Education and Employment

Career Exploration and Search Engine:

Carlow University Office on Students with Disabilities:

Carnegie Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped:

Carnegie Mellon University Equal Opportunity Service:

Chatham University:

College Readiness and Financial Aid Information and Resources:

College Scholarship & Financial Aid Resources:

Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) Allegheny Campus Disabilities Support Services:

Duquesne University Freshman Development & Special Student Services:

Job Accommodation Network (JAN):

How to Request Accomodations in College:

How to Request Accomodations for Employment:

PA Career Link:

University of Pittsburgh Disability Resources & Services Office:

Working Order:


Federal Government

U.S. House of Representatives:

U.S. Senate:

The White House:

State Government

Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities (PEMA):

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS):

PA PowerPort:

Legal Rights/Civil Rights

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Questions and Answers:

Disability Rights Network (DRN):

Office of Attorney General:

Polling Places in Allegheny County:

Local Resources

Free or Low-Cost Health Care Clinics in Allegheny County:

Mon Valley Providers Council (MVPC):

PA Connecting Communities:

PA Relay:  For TTY users: 800-654-5984; Non-TTY users:800-654-5988; For all users: 711

Pennsylvania Department of Aging:

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA)- PA Affordable Apartment Locater:

Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf:

Wounded Warriors:

Parents, Children, and Youth


Autism Resource Guide:

Autism Support Groups in PA:

Autism Waiver Information and Resources:

General Waiver Resources:

Intellectual Disabilities (ID) Programs in Allegheny County:

Local Task Force Right to Education in Allegheny County (LTF3) or 412-394-5930.  Made up of parents, professionals, educators and agency representatives, LTF3 serves as a resource for children with all disabilities and their families in the 42 school districts in Allegheny County.

The “GOLD BOOK” Understanding Intellectual Disability and Autism Services in PA:

The ARC: Intellectual and Development Disability Services:

Through the Looking Glass Early Intervention Services for families:

National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities:

Resource directory of organizations serving individuals with disabilities:

Three Rivers Adaptive Sports


National Organization on Disability:  Religion and Disability Program:


RERC on Wheelchair Transportation Safety, University of Pittsburgh:


Allegheny County Elections Division, County Office Bldg., 542 Forbes Ave.  Rm. 604, Pittsburgh, PA  15219, 412-350-4500  or 412-350-4507 for voter registration information

Armstrong County Voter Registration, Courthouse Administration Bldg, 450 Market Street, Suite 207, Kittanning, PA 16201

Dsability Voting Coalition of

Election Protection Coalition,, 866-OUR-VOTE (687-8683), A nonpartisan organization that ensures all voters have  equal opportunity to participate in the political process through comprehensive programs across the country.

League of Women Voters Pittsburgh:  412-261-4284, National: 202-429-1965 or Information on voter registration, voting, & candidates through publications & programs

PA Voter Services, To confirm you are registered, polling place location, apply to register, apply for absentee ballot

Polling Places in Allegheny County:

Project Vote Smart

Votes PA

Westmoreland County Elections Bureau, 2 N Main Street Ste 109, Greensburg, PA 15601, 724-830-3150

Is there a resource that you don’t see here and would like to add to the list?  Please email it along with a brief description to Cindy Williams, Information and Referral Specialist at

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