MCIL is dedicated to the full promotion of the Independent Living (IL) philosophy by supporting individuals with disabilities in their personal efforts to pursue self-directed lives...MCIL lives by the IL philosophy by providing a variety of core services including: Information and Referral; Independent Living Skills Training; Peer Mentorship; Advocacy: Systemic and Individual. Specific programs MCIL provides consumers with include: Housing Referral Services; Transition program for children and young adults with disabilities; Consumer directed Personal Attendant Services program; Deaf IL program targeting services to individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing; Ramp Project: Internationally recognized and award winning; Disability Linkage line: Information, referral and assistance call center; Nursing Home Relocation: Assisting people in relocationg from nursing homes and institutional settings.
530 North Robert Street
St. Paul, MN 55101

  Voice: (651)646-8342
Website: 
http://www.mcil-mn.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, 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/
 
 


 
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/
 
 


 
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
 
 


 
Purpose Microsoft® Active Accessibility® 2.0 is a COM-based technology that improves the way accessibility aids work with applications running on Microsoft Windows®. It provides dynamic-link libraries that are incorporated into the operating system as well as a COM interface and application programming elements that provide reliable methods for exposing information about user interface elements.
Website: 
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms697707(VS.85).aspx
 
 


 
The Mid-Ohio Board for an Independent Living Environment ( MOBILE) is a non-profit Center for Independent Living directed by persons with disabilities. MOBILE was founded on principles that affirm the right of persons with disabilities to live their lives with a full measure of liberty and human dignity.
690 S. High Street
Columbus, OH 43206

  Voice: (614)443-5936
    TTY: (614)443-5957
    Fax: (614)443-5954
  Email: info@mobileonline.org
Website: 
http://www.mobileonline.org
 
 


 
MILC is a public non-profit agency serving persons with disabilities of all ages. MILC is operated by staff and board composed primarily of people with disabilities. MILC services are consumer directed working together with staff to meet goals. MILC staff provides information, training and support to assist people with disabilities in making an informed decision on their disability-related needs. Services are consumer directed. The individual decides which services they wish to participate in and work with staff to establish goals and determine steps to meet those goals. MILC offers these services: Information and Referral, Advocacy, Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Support, Assistive Technology, Architectural Accessibility, Community Education, Recreational, Benefits Counseling and Employment Services.
415 Campus Drive
Wausau, WI  54401

  Voice: (715) 675-7600
	 (800) 311-5044
    TTY: (715) 675-7600
	 (800) 311-5044
    Fax: (715) 298-2335
  Email: milc@milc-inc.org
Website: 
http://www.milc-inc.org/
 
 


 
MILC is a public non-profit agency serving persons with disabilities of all ages. MILC is operated by staff and board composed primarily of people with disabilities. MILC services are consumer directed working together with staff to meet goals. MILC staff provides information, training and support to assist people with disabilities in making an informed decision on their disability-related needs. Services are consumer directed. The individual decides which services they wish to participate in and work with staff to establish goals and determine steps to meet those goals. MILC offers these services: Information and Referral, Advocacy, Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Support, Assistive Technology, Architectural Accessibility, Community Education, Recreational, Benefits Counseling and Employment Services.
3262 Church Street, Suite 1
Stevens Point, WI 54481

  Voice: (715) 344-4210
	 (800) 382-8484
    TTY: (715) 344-4210
	 (800) 382-8484
    Fax: (715) 344-4414
  Email: milc@milc-inc.org
Website: 
http://www.milc-inc.org/
 
 


 
ADA Minnesota is a resource providing Minnesota citizens with disabilities, businesses, communities, government, universities and colleges assistance in implementing the ADA. It consists of a volunteer committee representing people with disabilities, government, businesses and non-profit organizations. Staff is housed at the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Services ADA MN provides to individuals, organizations, and businesses at no cost include: Technical assistance and information about what the ADA covers and what is required for compliance; Education, trainings, conferences, and presentations; Mini-grants to implement the ADA in diverse communities; Publications with information on employment, accessibility, reasonable accommodations and more; Connections to a network of local and national agencies; Resources on accessible information and electronic technology in education centers.
530 Robert Street North, 
Saint Paul, MN 55101

  Voice: (651)603-2015
	 (888)630-9793
    TTY: (651)603-2001
Website: 
http://adaminnesota.org
 
 


 
The Minnesota Association of Centers for Independent Living (MACIL) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to advocate for the independent living needs of people with disabilities who are citizens of the State of Minnesota, to develop new resources, identify and provide access to existing resources which provide the services needed by persons with disabilities so that they may live independently in the situation and community of their choice.
519 2nd St. N.  
Saint Cloud, MN 56303

  Voice: (320) 529-9000
    TTY: (320) 529-9000
    Fax: 320-529-0747
  Email: CaraR@IndependentLifestyles.org
Website: 
http://www.macil.org/
 
 


 
The Attorney General is the chief legal officer for the State of Minnesota. The Office represents and provides legal advice to over 100 state agencies, boards and commissions. The Office represents the state in state and federal court, as well as in administrative adjudication and rulemaking hearings. The Office handles felony criminal appeals, advises local prosecutors in the conduct of criminal trials and handles cases at the request of local prosecutors. In addition, the Office issues formal opinions interpreting statutes for the agencies and political subdivisions of the state. The Attorney General is a member of the State Executive Council, the State Board of Investment, the Pardons Board and the Land Exchange Board. The Office is the state’s chief policy maker and law enforcer in the important areas of consumer protection, antitrust enforcement and charities’ regulation. The Office is also responsible for representing residential and small business utility consumers through participation in matters before the Public Utilities Commission.
1400 Bremer Tower
445 Minnesota Street
St. Paul, MN 55101-2131

  Voice: (651) 296-3353
	 (800) 657-3787
    TTY: (651) 297-7206
	 (800) 366-4812
Website: 
http://www.ag.state.mn.us
 
 


 
As part of Legal Aid, the Minnesota Disability Law Center (MDLC) addresses the unique legal needs of Minnesotans with disabilities. MDLC provides free civil legal assistance to individuals with disabilities statewide on legal issues related to their disabilities.
Minnesota Disability Law Center
430 1st Avenue N, Suite 300
Minneapolis, MN 55401-1780

  Voice: (612) 332-1441
    Fax: (612) 334-5755
Website: 
http://www.mndlc.org
 
 


 
Founded in 1981, The Minnesota Legal Services Coalition (MLSC) is an association of seven Minnesota regional legal services programs. Formed to enhance cooperation and coordination, MLSC supports the regional programs that help low-income Minnesotans with a broad range of civil legal matters.
Midtown Commons - Suite #101B
2324 University Avenue West
St. Paul, MN 55114

  Voice: (651) 228-9105
    Fax: (651) 222-0745
  Email: statesupport@mnlegalservices.org
Website: 
http://www.mnlegalservices.org/
 
 


 
STAR's mission is to help ALL MINNESOTANS with disabilities gain access to and acquire the assistive technology they need to live, learn, work and play.
358 Centennial Office Building
658 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55155

  Voice: (651) 201-2640
	 (888) 234-1267
    TTY: (800) 627-3529
  Email: star.program@state.mn.us
Website: 
http://mn.gov/admin/star/
 
 


 
This chapter of the Minnesota State Building Code contains detailed accessibility requirements for persons with disabilities in new buildings, additions to buildings and buildings undergoing alterations. It does not apply to residential dwellings having three or fewer dwelling units in a building. Examples of subjects regulated include, site access to buildings, accessible restroom features, accessibility between different floor levels, features for sight and hearing impaired persons, etc. This resource is housed within the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, Minnesota Construction Codes and Licensing Division.

  Voice: (651) 284-5012
	 (800) 657-3944
    TTY: (651) 297-4198
    Fax: (651) 284-5749
Website: 
http://www.dli.mn.gov/CCLD/Accessibility.asp
 
 


 
The Minnesota State Council on Disability (MSCOD) is an agency that collaborates, advocates, advises and provides information to expand opportunities, increase the quality of life and empower all persons with disabilities. Services are provided to individuals with disabilities and their families, the Governor and Legislature, government and private agencies, employers and the general public.
121 E. 7th Place, Suite 107
St. Paul, MN 55101

  Voice: (800) 945-8913
	 (651) 361-7800
    TTY: (800) 945-8913
	 (651) 361-7800
    Fax: (651) 296-5935
  Email: council.disability@state.mn.us
Website: 
http://www.disability.state.mn.us?agency=MSCOD
 
 


 
If you have a disability, our Vocational Rehabilitation Services unit can help you prepare for, find and keep a job, and live as independently as possible. With the right kind of training, preparation and workplace accommodations, people with disabilities can have rewarding careers. This resource is a part of the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).
Department of Employment and Economic Development
Rehabilitation Services Branch
First National Bank Building
332 Minnesota Street, Suite E200
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101

  Voice: (651) 259-7366
	 (800) 328-9095
    TTY: (651) 296-3900
	 (800) 657-3973
    Fax: (651) 297-5159
Website: 
http://mn.gov/deed/
 
 


 
Minnesota WorkForce Centers (WFCs) provide the tools, resources and services needed for job search, career planning and training needs.WorkForce Centers are a collaboration of partners, including the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and local community agencies. People seeking work, businesses seeking employees, students, and those looking for a first job or returning to the workforce, will find services to meet their needs, offered at no cost. Each WFC houses a Resource Area that operates similarly to a public library. To find a Minnesota WorkForce Center nearest to you, go to the provided website and look under office locations.

  Voice: (888) 438-5627
Website: 
http://mn.gov/deed/job-seekers/
 
 
 

Last Updated on:
Thu Jul 7, 2016