Statewide collaborative advocacy effort to promote health and human services budget and policy solutions so that all Ohioans live better lives.
national, non-profit trade association representing more than 1,600 private community providers of services to people with disabilities. A national version of OPRA.
a state-wide non-profit that provides the court-ordered protective services including Guardianship of person, Limited guardianship, Interim guardianship, Emergency guardianship, Trustee, Protector, and Conservator.
a state-wide grassroots organization that advocates for human rights, personal dignity, and community participation of individuals with developmental disabilities through legislative and social action, information and education, local chapter supports, and family involvement.
non-profit that develops training for Direct Support Professionals and frontline supervisors. Owner of the DSPaths curriculum.
501(c)6 non-profit organization that provides advocacy, communications, professional development, and technical assistance to all 88 of Ohio's county boards of developmental disabilities.
state agency that oversees the system of supportive services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities that focus on ensuring health and safety, supporting access to community participation, and increasing opportunities for meaningful employment.
state agency that protects and improve the health of all Ohioans by preventing disease, promoting good health and assuring access to quality care
state agency that funds acute and long-term care to 2.9 million low-income and disabled Ohioans.
a collaboration between state departments and providers to prioritize community employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
a national network of state councils, works to promote self-determination and community inclusion for people with developmental disabilities throughout the state. The Council includes individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, families and guardians, state representatives, and other professionals.
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) is the State of Ohio agency that partners with Ohioans with disabilities to achieve quality employment and independence. OOD also makes determinations on Social Security disability.
a non-profit organization who empowers people with disabilities. Our goal is to expand awareness of self-determination principles, provide valuable training resources, and promote advocacy efforts.
advocacy group that assists people with disabilities who are self-advocates to talk about their needs and rights with people in their communities.
investment accounts maintained by the Ohio Treasurer's office that allow individuals with disabilities to save and invest money without losing eligibility for certain public benefits programs, like Medicaid, SSI, or SSDI.