If you have a disability, learn how government programs and services can help you with daily life.
Federal and state programs can help you find affordable housing. Learn about:
Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8)
Non-Elderly Disabled voucher programs
Find out about your housing rights if you have a disability.
Find job training near you. Start with your state vocational rehabilitation agency.
Government programs can help you train for and find a job. Learn about special programs for young workers and veterans with disabilities.
You can work and get accommodations in the federal government. Learn how through its traditional and Schedule A hiring processes.
You have rights when you’re traveling locally, across the country, or around the world. Learn about your accessibility rights and security screening procedures.
Learn how government programs can help you get and train to use an adaptive vehicle.
See options for government health insurance programs for people with disabilities.
Get information from Healthcare.gov for children and adults with disabilities.
Learn about programs and accommodations for students of any age who have disabilities.
See a list of resources for parents of children with special needs.
Learn about a total and permanent disability discharge. You may not have to pay back some student loans.
Get information about your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Find a list of disability rights resources from the National Council on Disability.
Find and apply for tribal cash assistance and social services programs.
Get information about special education services for Native American children with disabilities.
Connect with your tribe to find more disability resources.
Find CareerStop’s list of job and training resources for veterans with disabilities.
Learn about monthly disability payments for veterans with service-connected disabilities.
Find a list of resources for adults and teens with disabilities. It covers education, job training, recreation, assistive technology, independent living and more.
Learn the difference between service and emotional support animals. Know your rights for each type of animal.
Find programs and insurance plans that allow family members to be paid caregivers.
The programs listed here are from the government. Besides these, there are many local and national non-profit organizations that provide help. You can find them online or through social workers or medical professionals.