Ability Beyond Disability
Ability Beyond Disability is a health and human services provider serving approximately 1,500 people each year, with moderate to significant disabilities, including developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, traumatic brain injury, physical disabilities and mental illness.
Bureau of Rehabilitation Services
The Bureau creates opportunities that enable individuals with significant disabilities to work competitively and live independently. We strive to provide appropriate, individualized services, develop effective partnerships, and share sufficient information so that consumers and their families may make informed choices about the rehabilitation process and employment options.
CT Office of Protection & Advocacy For Persons w/Disabilities
The Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities is to advance the cause of equal rights for persons with disabilities and their families by increasing the ability of individuals, groups and systems to safeguard rights;exposing instances and patterns of discrimination and abuse;seeking individual and systemic remediation when rights are violated;increasing public awareness of unjust situations and of means to address them; and empowering people with disabilities and their families to advocate effectively.
Connecticut Parent’s Advocacy Center
A statewide nonprofit organization that offers information and support to families of children with any disability or chronic illness, age birth through 26.
Danbury Regional Center
Danbury Regional Child Advocacy Center is a private, non-profit child abuse prevention agency. The agency provides free services and training to help educate parents in order to prevent child abuse.
Interlude Supervised Apartments
Interlude provides residential services to men and women who are diagnosed with a primary psychiatric disorder and/or a co-occurring substance abuse disorder. Eligible clients must be age 18 or older.
Literacy Volunteers of America
To increase the reading, writing, and English speaking skills of low literacy adults so they can participate more fully as parents, employees and as members of our community.
Special Education Complaint Office
Allows people to submit complaints or concerns about the treatment of Special Needs students during their education.
They advocate for the civil and human rights of people with disabilities. They also work to create and promote personal success, independence and community involvement for children and adults with disabilities.