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12.4. State Disability Resources

A Key to Resources Serving People with Disabilities in the State of Hawaii


Adult and Community Care Services Branch
The Adult and Community Care Services Branch (ACCSB) provides protective services for vulnerable adults and home and community-based services to prevent premature institutionalization of clients.


Beach Access, City and County of Honolulu
Phone: (808) 692-5750
The Landeez All-Terrain Wheelchair is available seven days a week for persons with disabilities through the Department of Parks and Recreation


Disability and Communication Access Board
Phone: (808) 586-8121
The Board's primary functions are to: Serve as a public advocate of persons with disabilities, establish guidelines for the design of buildings and facilities, issue administrative rules for the utilization of communication access services, and administer the statewide program for the issuance of parking placards to disabled persons.


Hawaii Disability Rights Center
Phone: (800) 882-1057
The mission of the Corporation is to protect and promote the human, civil and legal rights of individuals with disabilities through the provision of information and advocacy.


Housing and Community Development Corporation of Hawaii
Phone: (808) 587-0524
Contact: Housing Hotline
"HCDCH .... bringing people together to make housing dreams come true."


Neurotrauma Office
Phone: (808) 453-6151
Contact: Neurotrauma Helpline
Information and assistance regarding severe chronic disability of a person that is attributable to an injury to the central nervous system, such as traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury, and likely to continue indefinitely.


Vocational Rehabilitation
Phone: (808) 586-5167
Vocational Rehabilitation is a State-Federal partnership program that provides services to help people with physical or mental impairments to attain successful employment outcomes.

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