Arizona Office for Americans with Disabilities
The Arizona Office for Americans with Disabilities works with the State of Arizona to implement and comply with Federal and State ADA/disabilities and related laws. The goal of this organization is to ensure the opportunity for independent living and self-sufficiency to individuals with disabilities.
Provides meaningful leadership development and mentoring opportunities for our young women and girls with disabilities so that they may become the messengers and agents of cultural and social change.
Community Outreach Program for the Deaf
Serves the needs of people in Southern Arizona who are deaf or hard of hearing and provide services to all those in need regardless of age, gender, race, religion, or income.
Direct Center for Independence
A consumer-directed, community-based advocacy organization, that promotes independent living and offers a variety of programs for all people with disabilities which encourages them to achieve their full potential and to participate in the community.
Disability.gov Educational Resources Has resources for students with disabilities, information about preparing for college, financial aid and scholarships, teaching strategies, and using assistive technologies in the classroom.
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southern Arizona
A non-profit grassroots organization providing advocacy, education and support to all those affected by serious mental illnesses.
Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired
SAAVI is a non-profit agency serving visually impaired adults in Southern Arizona since 1964. By promoting independence, SAAVI enhances the quality of life for those with vision loss through programs offering services, skills training and social and recreational opportunities.
Provides paratransit service to ADA eligible residents of the City of Tucson and who are unable to use the Sun Tran fixed route services.