Columbus, Ohio, USA
1 Capitol Square Columbus Ohio 43215 US

The country’s largest cross-disability membership organization that organizes the disability community to be a powerful voice for change. They do not provide direct services, but can refer people to someone who may be able to help. They also offer internships and fellowships for college and graduate students with all types of disabilities.
2013 H Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20006
(800) 840-8844 or (202) 521-4316

Topics
Advocacy, Citizenship, Community Living
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