Health & Disability Programs

The following are lists of state and territory resources that focus on disability and health Programs at the state level. The purpose is to provide visitors to the site a quick reference to available resources on state disability and health Programs. Each of the state listings include contact information for each state resource. For information on Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, and Virginia, please see

Maine: Public & Private Disability Resources

Alpha One 127 Main Street South Portland, ME 04106 (207) 767-2189 (800) 640-7200 Autism Society of Maine 72B Main Street Winthrop ME 04364 (207) 377-9603 Toll-free (800) 273-5200 Brain Injury Association of Maine 13 Washington Street Waterville, ME 04901 Toll-free (800) 275-1233 Learning Disabilities Association of Maine 97 Rocky Shore Lane Oakland, […]

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Massachusetts: Public & Private Disability Resources

Brain Injury Association—Massachusetts Main Office 30 Lyman Street, Suite 10 Westborough, MA 01581 (508) 475-0032 (800) 242-0030 Southeastern Office 3119 Cranberry Highway, Suite 5F East Wareham, MA 02538 (508) 743-0333 (888) 607-7678 Western Office 180 Elm Street, Suite C Pittsfield, MA 01201 (413) 443-0200 (888) 554-5553 Massachusetts’ Health and Human Services, Head Injury Program […]

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Mississippi: Health & Disability Programs

Mississippi Department of Health’s Children’s Medical Program The Children’s Medical Program provides medical and surgical care to state residents up to 20 years of age with chronic or disabling conditions by organizing care, providing equipment and drugs, and arranging for physical, occupational and other therapies.  Services include:  pediatric specialty care (outpatient and inpatient), braces and […]

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Virgin Islands: Health & Disability Programs

The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s Special Education This office offers training, technical assistance, and monitoring activities of special education services provided by public schools and state-operated programs. The office is also responsible for managing the federal dollars for special education programs. Commissioner of Education (340) 774-0100 The Virgin Islands Department of Health’s Diabetes […]

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Puerto Rico: Health & Disability Programs

Puerto Rico Deaf-Blind Parents Association Thomas Santana Box 6616 Bayamon, PR 00621 (809) 782-4475 (809) 782-8994   Puerto Rico Department of Education’s Special Education Services provided include assistive technology services; adapted sports; The Special Education Advisory Committee, which advises the Secretary of Education on issues related to vision services for children and youth with […]

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Palau: Health & Disability Programs

Airai Department of Youth and Aging Programs include increasing the availability and accessibility of Adult Education (G.E.D.) Basic Traditional Skills Training for youth, improving sports facilities for the youth of Airai, and developing activities for senior citizens to participate in annually. Ms. Debolyne Arurang, Coordinator James Johanes, Assistant Coordinator P.O. Box 8009 Koror, PW 96940 […]

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Northern Mariana Islands: Health & Disability Programs

The Commonwealth Guidance Center According to the Rural Assistance Center, the Commonwealth Guidance Center provides mental health and substance abuse services to residents of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Saipan, MP   Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Department of Public Health Services P.O. Box 500409CK Saipan, MP 96950 (670) 234-8950 […]

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Micronesia: Health & Disability Programs

Chuuk Women’s Council (CWC) Diabetes Prevention Community Effort CWC is the umbrella organization for 64 individual women’s organizations spread throughout Chuuk State with a total membership of over 1,000 women.  CWC is a Non-Government Organization which partners with Chuuk State Public Health. According to the CWC website, Type II diabetes has become the second leading […]

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Marshall Islands: Health & Disability Programs

Ebeye Community Health Center/RMI Ministry of Health Ms. Irene A. Paul P.O. Box 5219 Ebeye, Republic of Marshall Islands, MH 96970 (692)-329-8030, ext. 269 or Ebeye Hospital Mr. Foliaki Paolo, Laboratory Supervisor P.O..Box 5133 Republic of Marshall Islands, MH 96970 (692) 329-8030/235-5808 Majuro Hospital Mr. Paul Lalita, Laboratory Supervisor P.O. […]

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Guam: Health & Disability Programs

Guam Department of Education’s (DOE) Special Education Division The Special Education Division provides a Parent Information website, which offers support to families by providing local, national, and international information on parent training opportunities, community activities, and resources for children with disabilities and/or who are gifted and talented; one resource that appears on the website is a commendation list which describes schools that are […]

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