Visit this web page for an accessible parking placard application. A person with a qualifying disability is eligible for a disability license plate or parking placard. A qualifying disability is defined under Michigan law as either blindness or any condition that significantly limits a person's ability to walk or requires a wheelchair, walker, crutch or other assistive device.
Michigan Department of State, Lansing, MI 48918

  Voice: (888)767-6424
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1585_49898---,00.html
 
 


 
A disabled person may apply, on a form prescribed by the secretary of state, for a serially numbered nontransferable temporary or permanent windshield placard for the personal use of the disabled person. An individual who has a religious objection to having a medical examination may personally apply at a branch office of the secretary of state for a serially numbered nontransferable temporary or permanent windshield placard for the personal use of the disabled individual. If it appears obvious that the individual has a qualifying disability, the individual shall not be required to present a medical statement attesting to the disability. The application for and the issuance of the serially numbered nontransferable temporary or permanent windshield placard is subject to all of the following: (a) The secretary of state may issue to a disabled person with a temporary disability a temporary windshield placard that is valid for a period of not more than 6 months. (b) The secretary of state may issue to a disabled person with a permanent disability an original or renewal permanent windshield placard that is valid for at least 4 years. (c) An original certificate of identification or permanent windshield placard shall expire on the disabled person's fifth birthday after the date of issuance. (d) A renewal permanent windshield placard shall expire on the disabled person's fourth birthday after the date of renewal.Upon application in the manner prescribed by the secretary of state for replacement of a lost, stolen, or destroyed certificate or placard described in this section, a disabled person or organization that provides specialized services to disabled persons may be issued a placard that in substance duplicates the original certificate or placard for a fee of $10.00. This section also covers fines for the misuse of placards.
Michigan Department of State, Lansing, MI 48918

  Voice: (888)767-6424
Website: 
http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?mcl-257-675
 
 


 
The Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the success of children, youth and adults with disabilities at home, at school, at work and in the community.
3941 Research Park Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

  Voice: (734)971-0277
    Fax: (734)971-0826
Website: 
http://www.aacil.org
 
 


 
Michigan's Assistive Technology Program is part of the Michigan Disability Rights Coalition (MDRC), a state-wide network of individuals and organizations that advances the issues of Michigan's disability community through grassroots activism, public education and advocacy.
Michigan Disability Rights Coalition
3498 East Lake Lansing Road, Ste 100
East Lansing, MI 48823

  Voice: (517)333-2477 Ext: 8007604
    Fax: (517)333-2677
  Email: mdrc@prosynergy.org
Website: 
http://www.copower.org/assistive-tech
 
 


 
Assistive Technology of Michiganís four-step solution for the computer access, ergonomics, environmental control, and work site accommodation allows adults and children with physical, sensory, cognitive or learning disabilities to lead independent, productive lives.
43000 West Nine Mile Rd. Suite 113
Novi, Michigan 48375

  Voice: (248)348-7161
    Fax: (248)348-7131
  Email: info@atofmich.com
Website: 
http://myisminctest.com/index.php?l=1
 
 


 
Big Tent Jobs is a Michigan-based recruiting agency which places degreed, ready- to-work people with hidden and visible disabilities and chronic conditions in positions at leading companies.
Big Tent Jobs, LLC
24100 Southfield Road,
Suite 320H
Southfield, MI 48075

  Voice: (877)366-6562
Website: 
http://www.bigtentjobs.com
 
 


 
BWCIL is a non-profit, consumer-based organization that advocates, informs and supports persons with disabilities in our community. BWCIL is run by and for people with disabilities in the five counties of Michigan's Thumb.
614 N. Port Crescent Street
Bad Axe, Michigan 48413

  Voice: (989) 269-5421
	 (888) 772-0442
    Fax: (989) 269-5422
  Email: info@bwcil.org
Website: 
http://bwcil.org/
 
 


 
BWCIL is a non-profit, consumer-based organization that advocates, informs and supports persons with disabilities in our community. BWCIL is run by and for people with disabilities in the five counties of Michigan's Thumb.
1184 Cleaver Road
Caro, Michigan 48723

  Voice: (989) 673-3678
	 (888) 673-8006
  Email: info@bwcil.org
Website: 
http://bwcil.org/
 
 


 
BWCIL is a non-profit, consumer-based organization that advocates, informs and supports persons with disabilities in our community. BWCIL is run by and for people with disabilities in the five counties of Michigan's Thumb.
392 W. Nepessing
Lapeer, Michgian 48446

  Voice: (810) 664-9098
	 (800) 401-4448
    Fax: (810) 664-0937
  Email: info@bwcil.org
Website: 
http://bwcil.org/
 
 


 
BWCIL is a non-profit, consumer-based organization that advocates, informs and supports persons with disabilities in our community. BWCIL is run by and for people with disabilities in the five counties of Michigan's Thumb.
1042 Griswold Ste. 2
Port Huron, MI 48060

  Voice: (810) 987-9337
    TTY: (810) 987-9337
    Fax: (810) 987-9548
  Email: info@bwcil.org
Website: 
http://bwcil.org/
 
 


 
BWCIL is a non-profit, consumer-based organization that advocates, informs and supports persons with disabilities in our community. BWCIL is run by and for people with disabilities in the five counties of Michigan's Thumb.
Sanilac County Office
103 East Sanilac
Suite 3
Sandusky, Michigan 48471

  Voice: (810) 648-2555
	 (800) 877-7522
    Fax: (810) 648-2583
  Email: info@bwcil.org
Website: 
http://bwcil.org/
 
 
 
 

  Voice: (313) 456-3172
	 (313) 456-3163
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/mdcd/0,1607,7-122-1683_49816---,00.html
 
 


 
CACIL is one of nearly four hundred Independent Living Centers (CILs) around the country that were created under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and funded by the taxpayers of America. These centers can be easily distinguished from other service agencies by the extent of involvement of people with disabilities. CILs have a majority of people with disabilities on their governing boards, and they hire qualified people with disabilities to fill management and service delivery positions.
2812 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 
Lansing, MI 48906

  Voice: (517)999-2760
    TTY: (800)649-3777
    Fax: (517)999-2767
  Email: info@cacil.org
Website: 
http://www.dncap.org/
 
 


 
The Center for Independent Living of Mid-Michigan (the CIL) is dedicated to its mission of promoting and encouraging independence for all people with disabilities.
110 W. Michigan Ave.
Midland, MI 48640

  Voice: (989)835-4041
	 (800)782-4160
    Fax: (989)835-8121
  Email: info@cilmm.org
Website: 
http://dnmm.org/
 
 


 
The Department of Civil Rights works to prevent discrimination through educational programs that promote voluntary compliance with civil rights laws and investigates and resolves discrimination complaints. It also provides information and services to businesses on diversity initiatives, equal employment law, procurement opportunities and feasibility studies, and joint venture/strategic alliance matchmaking.
Capitol Tower Building, Ste. 800
Lansing, MI 48933

  Voice: (517) 335-3165
    TTY: (517) 241-1965
    Fax: (517) 241-0546
  Email: mdcr-info@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/mdcr
 
 


 
The Department of Civil Rights works to prevent discrimination through educational programs that promote voluntary compliance with civil rights laws and investigates and resolves discrimination complaints. It also provides information and services to businesses on diversity initiatives, equal employment law, procurement opportunities and feasibility studies, and joint venture/strategic alliance matchmaking.
Detroit Executive Office
Cadillac Place
3054 West Grand Boulevard, Suite 3-600
Detroit, MI 48202

  Voice: (313) 456-3700
    Fax: (313) 456-3791
  Email: MDCR-INFO@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/mdcr
 
 
Community Connections of SW Michigan



 
Services offered by Community Connectons of Southwest Michigan include: teaching and empowering people with disabilities to make choices about living independently, controlling and directing their own lives and asserting their rights and responsibilities; providing information on disability-related topics and referrals to links with available services,agencies and products that can meet the needs of people with disabilities; bringing people with disabilities and other community members together to create improvements,opportunities, access and disability awareness through education; uniting people with disabilities by hosting monthly gatherings, offering encouragement and support,developing resources for each other, and sharing experiences; offering training to further develop skills needed to participate in all aspects of community life.Topics may include time and money management, organizational skills, communication, personal care, emergency planning and more.
1613 S. M 139
Benton Harbor, MI 49022

  Voice: (269)925-6422
	 (800)578-4245
    Fax: (269)925-7141
  Email: cil@miconnect.org
 
 


 
Disability Advocates of Kent County MI provides a full array of services throughout Kent county, with a population of 600,000. Disability Advocates of Kent County is a free-standing organization defines its role in the community as a voice for advocacy on a level that has not been felt in this area before.
3600 Camelot Drive SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

  Voice: (616)949-1100
    Fax: (616)949-7865
  Email: contact@dakc.us
Website: 
http://www.dakc.us/
 
 


 
Disability Connection's Mission is: "To advocate, educate, empower, and provide resources for persons with disabilities and promote accessible communities."
27 E. Clay Avenue
Muskegon, MI 49442

  Voice: (231)722-0088
	 (866)322-4501
    Fax: (231)722-0066
  Email: dcilmi@dcilmi.org
Website: 
http://disabilitynetworkwm.org/
 
 


 
Disability Connection/West Michiganís mission is to advocate, educate, empower and provide resources for persons with disabilities and promote accessible communities
907 State Street Suite 101
Hart, MI 49420
Website: 
http://disabilitynetworkwm.org/
 
 


 
Disability Connection's Mission is: "To advocate, educate, empower, and provide resources for persons with disabilities and promote accessible communities."
4747 W. 48th Street
Fremont, MI 49412

  Voice: (231)538-0738
    Fax: (231)924-4860
  Email: dcilmi@dcilmi.org
Website: 
http://disabilitynetworkwm.org/
 
 
The Disability Network



 
The mission of The Disability Network is to promote freedom, choice, opportunity and equality for people with disabilities through advocacy, education and employment.
3600 S Dort Hwy. Ste. 54
Flint, MI 48507

  Voice: (810) 742-1800
    TTY: (810) 742-7647
    Fax: (810) 742-2400
 
 


 
Disability Network/Michigan is a collaborative organization representing 15 Centers for Independent Living (CILs) throughout the state. We facilitate collective work among our members; resulting in a strong and essential statewide voice striving to meet the needs of the 1.9 million people in Michigan who have a disability.
1476 Haslett Road
Haslett, MI 48840

  Voice: (517) 339-0539
    Fax: (517) 339-0805
Website: 
http://www.dnmichigan.org/
 
 


 
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is a private non-profit, non-residential organization run for and by people with disabilities. Our Mission: We are committed to advancing personal choice, independence, and positive social change for persons with disabilities through advocacy, education, and outreach.
16645 15 Mile Road
Clinton Township, MI 48035

  Voice: (586) 268-4160
	 (800) 284-2457
    Fax: (586) 285-9942
  Email: info@dnom.org
Website: 
http://www.dnom.org/
 
 


 
We provide services to people with a variety of disabilities, including physical, neurological, psychiatric, learning, cognitive, and sensory disabilities. Whether you were born with a disability or acquired a disability later in life through accident, illness or through the aging process, you are welcome here. We are a resource for friends and family members of people with disabilities as well as community professionals and other human service providers.We provide services to local units of government and the business and non-profit communities by providing information, training, technical assistance and support in learning to be welcoming of people with disabilities as customers, clients, patrons, volunteers, or employees.
517 E. Crosstown Parkway
Kalamazoo, MI  49001

  Voice: (269)345-1516
    Fax: (269)345-0229
Website: 
http://www.dnswm.org/
 
 


 
This state office concentrates on helping improve the lives of Michigan's 1 million Deaf and Hard of Hearing citizens. Our mission is affirming the indisputable right of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons to secure effective communication. The Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DODHH) is part of the Michigan Commission for Disability Concerns (MCDC), within the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth (DELEG).
201 N. Washington Square, Suite 150
Lansing, MI  48913

  Voice: (517)335-6004
	 (877)499-6232
    TTY: (517)335-6004
	 (877)499-6232
    Fax: (517)335-7773
  Email: dodhh@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/mcdc-dodhh
 
 


 
Mission: "To connect people with disabilities to resources and opportunities while building communities where everyone can participate, contribute and belong." Our staff provides information, referrals, and support to people with a wide variety of disabilities. We also work on a larger scale, helping governments, businesses, and other organizations make changes that improve life for everyone in the community.
Disability Network/Lakeshore
426 Century Lane
Holland, MI 49423

  Voice: (616) 396-5326
	 (800) 656-5245
    TTY: (616) 396-5326
    Fax: (616) 396-3220
  Email: info@dnlakeshore.org
Website: 
http://dnlakeshore.org/
 
 


 
The Mission of the ADA Michigan Steering Committee is to increase the awareness and implementation of the ADA throughout the State by forging a partnership between the disability and business communities in the State of Michigan.
The ADA Michigan Steering Committee
c/o Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc.
29200 Vassar Blvd. #200
Livonia, MI 48152-2116

  Voice: (517)487-1755
Website: 
http://www.adamich.org
 
 
 
 
Cadillac Place, 10th Floor
3030 W. Grand Blvd., Suite 10-200
Detroit, MI 48202

  Voice: (313) 456-0240
    Fax: (313) 456-0061
  Email: miag@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/ag
 
 
 
 
State Office Building, Suite 4C
350 Ottawa NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

  Voice: (616) 356-0400
    Fax: (616) 356-0411
  Email: miag@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/ag
 
 
 
 
G. Mennen Williams Building, 7th Floor
525 W. Ottawa St.
P.O. Box 30212
Lansing, MI 48909

  Voice: (517) 373-1110
    Fax: (517) 373-3042
  Email: miag@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/ag
 
 


 
Our goal is to advance the dignity, equality, self-determination, and expressed choices of individuals. Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) promotes, expands and protects the human and legal rights of people by providing them with information and advocacy...We have experience in the following areas: discrimination in education, employment, housing, and public places; abuse and neglect; Social Security benefits; Medicaid, Medicare and other insurance; housing; Vocational Rehabilitation; HIV/AIDS issues; and many other disability-related topics.
Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service -- Marquette Office
129 West Baraga Ave., Suite A
Marquette, MI 49855-4644

  Voice: (866) 928-5910
	 (906) 228-5910
    Fax: (906) 228-9148
Website: 
http://www.mpas.org/
 
 


 
Our goal is to advance the dignity, equality, self-determination, and expressed choices of individuals. Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) promotes, expands and protects the human and legal rights of people by providing them with information and advocacy...We have experience in the following areas: discrimination in education, employment, housing, and public places; abuse and neglect; Social Security benefits; Medicaid, Medicare and other insurance; housing; Vocational Rehabilitation; HIV/AIDS issues; and many other disability-related topics.
Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Lansing Office
4095 Legacy Parkway, Suite 500
Lansing, MI 48911-4263

  Voice: (800) 288-5923
	 (517) 487-1755
    Fax: (517) 487-0827
Website: 
http://www.mpas.org/
 
 


 
The Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns which includes the Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing responds to and advocates on behalf of Michigan's 1.9 million people with disabilities. This is done through information and technical assistance, disability rights training, working with the Michigan Business Leaders Network on employment for people with disabilities, coordinating the Michigan Youth Leadership Forum and conducting disability awareness and sensitivity training.
201 N. Washington Square, Suite 150
Lansing, MI  48913

  Voice: (517)335-6004
	 (877)499-6232
    TTY: (517)335-6004
	 (877)499-6232
    Fax: (517)335-7773
  Email: mcdc@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/mdcr/0,4613,7-138-28545---,00.html
 
 


 
Our goal is to advance the dignity, equality, self-determination, and expressed choices of individuals. Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) promotes, expands and protects the human and legal rights of people by providing them with information and advocacy...We have experience in the following areas: discrimination in education, employment, housing, and public places; abuse and neglect; Social Security benefits; Medicaid, Medicare and other insurance; housing; Vocational Rehabilitation; HIV/AIDS issues; and many other disability-related topics.
129 West Baraga Ave., Suite A
Marquette, MI 49855-4644

  Voice: (866) 928-5910
	 (906) 228-5910
    Fax: (906) 228-9148
  Email: molson@mpas.org
Website: 
www.mpas.org
 
 


 
The board has the responsibility to receive, review, and process requests for exceptions to the barrier free design specifications; require appropriate equivalent alternatives when exceptions are granted; receive, process, and make recommendations for barrier free design rules. The Michigan Barrier Free Design Board is part of the Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth's Bureau of Construction Codes.

  Voice: (517) 241-9328
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/dleg/0,1607,7-154-10575_17394_17569-46778--,00.html
 
 


 
Our Mission & Vision: MRS partners with individuals and employers to achieve quality employment outcomes and independence for individuals with disabilities.Our Vision: MRS will be a premiere organization to promote an inclusive workforce system that provides each individual with a disability the opportunity for employment leading to independence. This resource is a part of the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth (DELEG).
Michigan Rehabilitation Services
201 N. Washington Sq., 4th Floor
Lansing, MI 48933

  Voice: (517) 373-3390
    TTY: (888) 605-6722
    Fax: (517) 335-7277
  Email: mrs-customerassistance@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-73971_25392---,00.html
 
 
 
 

  Voice: (888)253-6855
  Email: MTBHelp@michigan.gov
Website: 
http://www.mitalent.org
 
 


 
Our staff provides information, referrals, and support to people with a wide variety of disabilities. We also work on a larger scale, helping governments, businesses, and other organizations make changes that improve life for everyone in the community.
415 East Eighth Street
Traverse City, MI 49684

  Voice: (231)922-0903
	 (866)869-8600
    TTY: (231)922-2359
    Fax: (231)922-2597
  Email: bnewhouse@charterinternet.com
Website: 
http://disabilitynetwork.org/
 
 


 
Michigan Alliance for Families and Michigan Alliance - PTI provide information, support and education to families of children and adults with disabilities from birth to age 26 who are in the educational system. The purpose of the projects are to increase the involvement of families in their children's education and the educational system in general. Please note that the contact information here is for all Michigan counties except the Tri County - Wayne, Oakland, Macomb Counties.
1819 South Wagner Road P.O. 1406
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1406

  Voice: (800)552-4821
	 (734)994-8100 Ext: 1590
  Email: info@michiganallianceforfamilies.org
Website: 
http://www.michiganallianceforfamilies.org
 
 


 
Michigan Alliance for Families and Michigan Alliance - PTI provide information, support and education to families of children and adults with disabilities from birth to age 26 who are in the educational system. The purpose of the projects are to increase the involvement of families in their children's education and the educational system in general.
Michigan Alliance for Families
c/o Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit 3111 Grand River Avenue
Detroit, MI 48208

  Voice: (800)552-4821
	 (313)557-8780
Website: 
http://www.michiganallianceforfamilies.org
 
 


 
SAIL promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities into our communities on a full and equal basis through empowerment, education, participation and choice.
129 W. Baraga Ave, Suite H
Marquette, Michigan

  Voice: (906) 228-5744
	 (800) 379-7245
    TTY: (906) 228-5744
    Fax: (906) 228-5573
Website: 
http://www.upsail.com/index.php
 
 
 
 

  Voice: (800) 649-3777
    TTY: (800) 649-3777
Website: 
https://transition.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/trs_michigan.html
 
 
 

Last Updated on:
Thu Jul 7, 2016