Alabama Resources

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Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network

1856 Keats Drive NW, Huntsville, AL, 35810

A statewide program offering information for caregivers and service providers about activities and programs. An interactive database of agencies providing respite services to Alabama counties is available online.

(256) 859-4900 or (866) RESTALA , www.alabamarespite.orginfo@alabamarespite.org

Alabama Public Library for Blind and Physically Handicapped

6030 Monticello Drive, Montgomery, AL, 36117

We provide formated materials and playback equipment. Books can be checked out for 90 days and renewed for 30 days Free for those who qualify.

(800) 723-8459 or (334) 213-3900, www.statelibrary.alabama.gov

Alabama Special Education Services

50 North Ripley Street , Montgomery, AL, 36104

Through leadership and service, the vision of Special Education Services (SES) is to foster positive educational outcomes for all students with special needs.

(334) 694-4782, www.alsde.eduvm@alsde.edu

ALL KIDS Insurance

201 Monroe Street, Montgomery, AL, 36104

ALL Kids is a low-cost, comprehensive healthcare coverage program for children in Alabama under age 19.

(888) 373-5437, www.alabamapublichealth.gov/allkids

Civitan International Research Center

1719 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL, 35294

A volunteer organization improving the well-being and quality of life for individuals and families affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities. Located on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

(205) 934-8900, www.uab.edu/medicine/circ

Governor's Office on Disabilities

602 South Lawrence Street, Montgomery, AL, 36104

Visit our website for excellent resources and information concerning disability issues. Join our email list for updates.

(888) 879-3582 or (334) 293-7228, www.good.alabama.govmarlene.word@good.alabama.gov

John 9:3 Foundation

P.O. Box 884, Daphne, AL, 36526

The John 9:3 Foundation works to aid and assist those who are on the Autism Spectrum and their families, as well as identify and serve the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

(251) 298-7346, www.john93foundation.cominfo@john93foundation.com

Southeast ADA Center (Americans with Disability Act)

Education, training, and guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and disability access tailored to the needs of business, government, and individuals. Serving Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and more.

(800) 949-4232 or (404) 541-9001, www.adasoutheast.org

Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama

3416 Primm Lane, Birmingham, AL, 35216

We aim to advance the disciplines of speech-language pathology and audiology in order to provide support for professionals while advocating quality service.

(205) 823-6106, www.alabamashaa.orgInfo@AlabamaSHAA.org

STAR (Statewide Technology Access and Response)

Providing free access to information, referral services, educational programs, and publications related to disability rights, laws/policies, and funding opportunities for assistive technology.

(800) 782-7656 or (334) 293-7143, www.rehab.alabama.gov/individuals-and-families/star

Vocational Rehabilitation-Department of Rehabilitation Services

VRS provides specialized employment, educational services and training for teens and adults with disabilities to find employment.

(251) 479-8611 or (800) 671-6842, www.rehab.alabama.gov

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