Community Resources – If you need additional help.

Please note The Disability Foundation is not affiliated with and makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of information provided by the resources below. 


Access Center For Independent Living

Individual & Systems Advocacy, Peer Support, Skills Training, Community Transitioning, Disability Awareness Training

(937) 341-5202



ADAMHS Board – Montgomery County    Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services

(937) 443-0416


A Beginner’s Guide to Medicaid-


Dayton Autism Society

(937) 815-4986


Disability Benefits 101


Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley

Empowering  people with disabilities and other disadvantages to achieve independence and improve their quality of life

(937) 461-4800


Gorman-Hewitt-Ayers Fund

Funds are used for acquisition of appliances, support aids, augmentative communication equipment, home modification, and reasonable administrative costs with assessing the needs.




Helps people move out of homelessness, into their own housing, and you can keep them Homefull”.

(937) 293-1945


Inclusive Neighborhoods  Housing Corporation

Inclusive Neighborhoods Housing Corporation (INHC) is a nonprofit housing corporation which develops safe, affordable and accessible housing for persons with developmental disabilities. INHC customizes its properties for individuals. INHC has a Master Contract with the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services to develop housing.

(937) 263-4449


Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services

Coordinates services for children and adults in Montgomery County who have a diagnosis of an intellectual or developmental disability and meet eligibility requirements.  Services include: Case Management, Behavior Support, Early Intervention, Mental Health, Recreation and Respite, Residential Placement, and Safety and Protection.

(937) 837-9200






NAMI – Montgomery County

Advocacy – Mental Health

(937) 299-3667




Unified voice and partner for Ohio adult siblings of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Ohio SIBS provides advocacy, education, leadership and supports that will promote enhanced quality of life, improved public policy and increased services and supports for adult siblings (of people with developmental disabilities) and their families.



Special Needs Alliance

The Special Needs Alliance (SNA) is a national organization comprised of attorneys committed to the practice of disability and public benefits law. Individuals with disabilities, their families and their advisors rely on the SNA to connect them with nearby attorneys who focus their practices in the disability law arena.


United Rehabilitation Services (URS)                                           

Offers a wide-array of programs with a variety of goal-centered activities, focused on enhancing the physical, social, and emotional needs of children, adults and seniors with developmental or acquired disabilities from throughout the Greater Dayton Region.

(937) 233-1230