Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities
Are you or someone you know living with a disability? If so, you don't have to go through it alone. There are plenty of resources and services available to help you or your loved one maintain a high quality of life. To make things easier, we've compiled a comprehensive list of support services and programs available in the Greater Bridgeport area. From supportive housing to employment programs, you can find what you need. Take the first step today and explore all the resources available to you.
A non-profit that provides cross-disability services to individuals. Access Independence strives to improve quality of life through advocacy, education, and empowerment.
A division of the Department of Aging and Disability Services, which works to support those with physical and/or mental disabilities. BRS is dedicated to providing the opportunity to gain employment by offering guidance and assistance in job preparation, finding, and keeping or advancing in a job.
Provides treatment and education throughout the country for people with Kidney disease.
Promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut. DMHAS also provides collaborative programs for individuals with special needs, such as persons with HIV/AIDS infection, people in the criminal justice system, and more.
Provider of education and therapeutic programs for children and adults with multiple developmental disabilities and special health care needs.
Provides residential services such as including scattered-site supported housing, transitional housing, and supervised apartments, for people with mental health conditions throughout Bridgeport as well as mental health waiver programs and mental health concierge throughout Connecticut.
Committed to helping the community maintain a quality lifestyle. SWCAA offers support, advocacy, and guidance to empower you or your loved one to stay and participate in the community, no matter the age.
Offers a wide range of mental health and substance abuse counseling for children under the age of 18 and support services to their families.
Provides support services and created business enterprises that demonstrate the value people with disabilities bring by leading, advocating, and innovating. The Kennedy Center empowers and employs because collective abilities are limitless.