46.4. Additional Programs or Resources
Accessible Homes Foundation
Contact via email
PROMOTING the development of accessible homes for people with disabilities. EDUCATING home builders and the public on the need for accessible housing. SPECIFYING design criteria for accessible homes. LISTING accessible homes for sale or rent. PROVIDING referrals to other agencies as needed. PLANNING to assist low income persons with disabilities to have a home to meet their needs.
AgrAbility of Utah
Phone: (877) 225-1860
AgrAbility of Utah is part of a national program administered through the United States Department of Agriculture, focused on promoting independence for members of the agricultural community who have disabilities resulting from injury, illness, aging, or other causes.
Art Access/VSA arts of Utah
Phone: (801) 328-0703
Through its Art Access programming, VSA arts of Utah is committed to providing quality arts activities for adults and children with disabilities as well as for those who represent other underserved communities.
Phone: (801) 355-7085
ASSIST Inc is a nonprofit Community Design Center founded in 1969. ASSIST provides architectural design, community planning and development assistance to nonprofit and community groups, and housing and accessibility design assistance to low income households or persons with disabilities.
Common Ground Outdoor Adventures
Phone: (435) 713-2108
Common Ground Outdoor Adventures' mission is to provide life-enhancing outdoor recreational opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities. We provide adaptive equipment and support, which enable people with 335 N 100 E Logan, UT 84321 (435) 713-0288 phone; (435) 713-2108 fax disabilities to participate in outdoor recreation alongside their peers. These experiences reduce stereotypes, raise awareness, and empower people to realize their full potential. Our trips are not only accessible physically but also financially.
Disability Law Center
Phone: (800) 662-9080
The Disability Law Center (DLC) is a private non-profit organization. We are designated as the Protection and Advocacy agency for the state of Utah to protect the rights of people with disabilities in Utah.
National Ability Center
Phone: (435) 649-3991
The National Ability Center is committed to the development of lifetime skills for people of all ages and abilities by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences in a nurturing environment.
Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund
Phone: (877) 488-3233
Support quality affordable housing options that meet the needs of Utah's individuals and families, while maximizing all resources. Utahns served by the fund include those with low-incomes, first-time home buyers, residents with special needs such as the elderly, developmentally disabled, physically disabled, victims of abuse, and Native Americans.
SPLORE - Special Populations Learning Outdoor Recreation
Phone: (801) 484-4128
SPLORE is a Salt Lake City based non-profit organization that provides accessible outdoor recreation experiences to children and adults with disabilities and specific needs.
TRAILS: Therapeutic Recreation & Independent Lifestyles
TRAILS is a comprehensive outreach program of the Rehabilitation Center at University of Utah Health Care, for individuals with spinal cord injury or disease that includes an SCI forum, recreational opportunities, and a peer support program.
The Utah Center for Assistive Technology
Phone: (888) 866-5550
The Utah Center for Assistive Technology acts as the hub or center point of assistive technology services statewide. There are branch resources available throughout the state and services are coordinated to ensure that devices and services are accessible to all Utahns with disabilities.
Phone: (801) 685-8214
Contact: Barbara Toomer
We are fighting so people with disabilities can live in the community with real supports instead of being locked away in nursing homes and other institutions.
Utah Assistive Technology Program
Phone: (800) 524-5152
We serve individuals with disabilities of all ages in Utah and the intermountain region. Our job is to provide AT devices and services, and train university students, parents, children with disabilities and professional service providers about AT.
Utah Parent Center
Phone: (800) 468-1160
The mission of the Utah Parent Center (UPC) is to help parents help their children with disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community.