The Brain Injury Association of the District of Columbia (BIADC) was founded in 2007 and has offices in the District of Columbia, a National organization, and affiliates in Maryland, and Virginia. The mission of BIADC is to promote brain injury prevention, research, education, and fundraising.
The DC Center for Independent Living, Inc., (DCCIL) is a consumer controlled, cross disability, community based, private non-profit organization that promotes independent life styles for persons with significant disabilities in the District of Columbia.
The Developmental Disabilities Council of the District of Columbia seeks to strengthen the voice of people with developmental disabilities and their families in DC in support of greater independence, inclusion, empowerment and the pursuit of life as they choose.
Washington, DC 20015
Phone: (202) 448-1450
Quality Trust is an independent catalyst for change in the lives of people of all ages with developmental disabilities in the District of Columbia. It partners with people and their families so they can succeed thrive and experience full membership in the communities they choose.
Washington, DC 20017
Phone/TTY: (202) 832-6681
11 Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 450
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 234-3062
TTY: (202) 234.7590
ERC is a non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to identifying, challenging, and eliminating discrimination in housing, employment, public accommodations, and government services through education, research, testing, counseling, enforcement and advocacy.
Washington, DC 20006
Telephone: (202) 454-6400
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has been dedicated to helping the blind or low vision population of the greater Washington region overcome the challenges of vision loss. Our work enables people of all ages who are blind or have low vision to remain independent, active and productive in society.
Phone: (301) 217-0124 V/TTY
The DBTAC provides training, information, and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to businesses, consumers, schools, and government agencies within the Mid-Atlantic Region (PA, DE, MD, VA, WV, and DC).
Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development
3300 Whitehaven Street, NW, Suite 3300
Mailing Address: Box 571485
Washington, DC 20057
The Georgetown University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Education, Research and Service (UCEDD) is funded through the Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) to provide leadership, advise federal, state and community policy makers about developmental disabilities, and promote opportunities for people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Washington, DC 20002
Telephone: (202) 547-0198
ULS is the Protection and Advocacy (P&A) agency that provides information and referral services and uses legal, administrative and other remedies to resolve problems for individuals with disabilities and groups of clients.
This program provides case management services and referrals that are directed at ending the cycle of abuse of sex workers. The program promotes self- determination and independence. Street outreach is provided on Friday and Saturday night from 9pm to 5am.