General Disability Support Resources
American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse is a keyword-searchable database of over 1,100 national, international, model and online self-help support groups for addictions, bereavement, health, mental health, disabilities, abuse, parenting, caregiver concerns and other stressful life situations. Also lists local self-help clearinghouses worldwide, research studies, information on starting face-to-face and online groups, and a registry for persons interested in starting national or international self-help groups.
MedSupport Friends Supporting Friends (FSF) is dedicated to educating and assisting persons with disabilities, their families and caregivers. They offer support and information through a variety of interactive, moderated forums and chat areas, as well as a bi-monthly newsletter and links to various other sources of information.
National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc. (NORD) involves the educating of the public and medical professionals in regards to orphan diseases. NORD has a worldwide clearinghouse of information, including simple written rare disorder information, the Rare Disease Database that serves people with rare disorders and disabilities, and a Physicians' Guide to Rare Diseases.
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Easter Seal Society of Wisconsin, Inc. Helpline is a service to help people in Outgamie County, Wisconsin find the services they need when dealing with any disability. Callers can receive up-to-date information about local, regional and national programs that serve people with disabilities. For more information, see the Easter Seal Society of Wisconsin homepage or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Disability Helpline at (920)832-0344.
Kindcare, Inc. is a community resource center at 1016 Milwaukee Avenue in South Milwaukee Wisconsin. The center is a drop-in resource facility for people with disabilities. For more information, contact (414) 571-5566, ext. 227.
www.arcmilwaukee.org-A-R-C of Greater Milwaukee, Advocacy Resources Commitment serves individuals with disabilities and their families. Care management Unit services Since 1949, they have worked to improve the quality if life for individuals with disabilities. Leading the way in long-term care service delivery for individuals with disabilities. ARC has over 60 years of experience in developing, implementing and coordinating service programs that support persons with disabilities and their families in the community. ARC staff have extensive experience working with individuals and families and a strong understanding of the service system, public benefits and community based services. 7203 West Center Street, Wauwatosa, WI 53210, 414-774-6255Back to Top
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