• Know Your Rights

    Know Your Rights


    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

    About: www.az.db101.org/az/situations/workandbenefits/rights/program2.htm

    Title II – State and Local Governments

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    Department of Justice (DOJ)

    Title III – Public Accommodations and Commercial Facilities

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    Department of Justice (DOJ)

  • Disability Resources

    Disability  Resources


    Available in Arabic, English, French, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Tagalong, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

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    DHS – FEMA

  • Disability Services (Maricopa)

    Disability Services


    Ability 360

    Offer programs that empower people with all disabilities.

    5031 E. Washington St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85034

    (602) 386-4566

    ability360.org

    Monday-Friday: 6am-8:30pm

    Saturday: 8am-4pm

    Sunday: Closed

     

    Division of Development Disabilities

    4000 N. Central Ave. # 900,

    Phoenix, AZ 85012

    (602) 246-0546

    des.az.gov/services/disabilities/developmental-disabilities

     

    Gompers – Empowering People with Disabilities

    Serving people with disabilities in the greater Phoenix area through day training for adults, employment services, private school, and home/community-based services.

     6601 N. 27th Ave. #1298,

    Phoenix, AZ 85017

    (602) 336-0061

    Gompers.org

     

    Ryan’s House

    Assist children and their families navigate life-limiting or end-of-life journeys through pediatric respite care, pediatric palliative care, life-enhancing therapeutic activities, pediatric end-of-life care, and grief/bereavement support.

    110 W. Muhammad Ali Way

    Phoenix, AZ 85013

    (602) 200-07767

    info@ryanhouse.org

    Ryanhouse.org

     

    SAAVI

    Provide services for the blind and specialize in non-visual training for Adults, young adults, teens and children across Arizona who are blind or have low vision.

    4222 E. Thomas Rd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85018

    (602) 795-0195

    Saavi.us

     

    S.E.E.K. Arizona

    Provide integrated, evidence based, person-centered services to those in our community with Autism, Intellectual/Developmental, or behavioral health disabilities.

    4700 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 100,

    Phoenix, AZ 85018

    (480) 902-0771

    Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm

    Saturday-Sunday: Closed

    seekarizona.org

     

    The Opportunity Tree

    Provide an array for services for adults and youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    3146 E. Windsor Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85008

    (602) 956-0400

    theopportunitytree.org

     

    Wheels on the Bus Pediatric Therapy

    Occupational therapy, speech therapy, feeding therapy, and physical therapy for the under-served population of Phoenix. Services available for ages 3+.

    (480) 242-5903

    Wheelspediatrictherapy.com

  • Disability Services (Pima)

    Disability Services


    Direct Center for Independence

    Promote independence in community of disabilities.

    1001 N. Alvernon Way

    Tucson, AZ 85711

    (520) 624-6452

    directilc.org

     

    Pilot Parents

    Provide information, training, resources and skill building to self-advocates and the parents of children with disabilities.

    1647 N. Alvernon Way. Suite 1,

    Tucson, AZ 85712

    (520) 324-3150

    www.pilotparents.org

     

    SAAVI

    Provide services for the blind and specialize in non-visual training for Adults, young adults, teens and children across Arizona who are blind or have low vision.

    3767 E. Grant Rd.

    Tucson, AZ 85716

    (520) 795-1331

    saavi.us

  • Transportation Assistance (Maricopa)

    Transportation Assistance


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    ADA Transportation

    ADA Ride provides subsidized transportation for people with disabilities to travel wherever they choose.  Participants must be Phoenix residents and ADA-certified to participate.

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    Employment Transportation

    The Employment Transportation program subsidizes travel to and from jobs for people with disabilities. Participants must be city of Phoenix residents and ADA-certified to participate.

     

    Medical Trip

    The Medical Trip program subsidizes travel to and from medical centers for ongoing medical treatment including dialysis treatment, radiation therapies, etc. Participants must be city of Phoenix residents and ADA-certified to participate.

     

    Senior Center Shuttle

    The Senior Center Shuttle program provides registered members of the city of Phoenix sponsored senior centers flexible transportation between their personal residence and their nearest senior center during center operating hours. Participants should sign up for the service at their senior center.

    www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/older/senior-centers

     

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  • Transportation Assistance (Pima)

    Transportation Assistance


    The ADA Eligibility Office of the City of Tucson determines eligibility for all the publicly funded transit in the region.

    For more information: www.tucsonaz.gov/transit/ada-paratransit-eligibility-office

     

    Sun Shuttle Dial-A-Ride

    Service provided by Total Transit, serves a substantial portion of eastern Pima County.

    www.rtamobility.com/RTAPlan/RTAProjectLinksStatus/Transit/SpecialNeeds/tabid/136/Default.aspx

    Sun Shuttle Oro Valley

    Provides trips to destinations within the town and to designated areas south, east and west of Oro Valley. Elderly (62+) residents of Oro Valley also are eligible to ride regardless of their disability status.

    www.orovalleyaz.gov/town/departments/public-works/transit-services/sun-shuttle-and-sun-express

     

    Sun Van

    Serves ADA-eligible persons who reside within ¾ of a mile of a Sun Tran bus route.

    www.sunvan.com