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11.7. State Disability Resources

Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission
Phone: (888) 233-5760
The Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission improves the quality of life of Georgians with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries by distributing funds and resources, and making policy recommendations to enhance statewide infrastructure. Up to $10,000 available for an adapted van. Please contact the Commission directly.


Georgia Advocacy Office, Inc.
Phone: (800) 537-2329
The Georgia Advocacy Office (GAO) is a private non-profit corporation. Its mission is to work with and for oppressed and vulnerable individuals in Georgia who are labeled as disabled or mentally ill to secure their protection and advocacy.


Georgia Housing Search
Phone: (877) 428-8844
Our purpose is to provide information on the availability of affordable rental housing throughout the State in an Internet friendly environment.


Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency
The Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Division provides a variety of individual services to persons with disabilities in preparation for their employment in the competitive labor market and to employers seeking to retain valuable employees with disabilities or hire qualified individuals for their workforce. Visit their website to locate an office near you. 

 


gTRADE, Georgia's Assistive Technology Equipment Exchange Program
gTRADE is an online database where persons may list assistive technology items for sale, donation, or things they need.


Southern Crescent Aging and Disabilities Resource Connection (ADRC)
Phone: (678) 552-2849
The Southern Crescent ADRC is designed to assist consumers, caregivers, and providers in obtaining information and assistance for elderly or disabled adults in the ten county Southern Crescent Region. The ADRC program provides information and assistance to individuals needing public or private resources, coordination with professionals seeking assistance on behalf of their clients, and assistance to individuals planning for their future long-term care needs.

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