Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc.

Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) is the independent, private, nonprofit organization designated by the governor of the State of Michigan to advocate and protect the legal rights of people with disabilities in Michigan. MPAS services include information and referral, short-term assistance, selected individual and legal representation, systemic advocacy, monitoring, and training.
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College Accessibility for Visually Impaired Students

The College Accessibility for Visually Impaired Students addresses visually impaired college students' most common concerns, including: School resources and legal rights as a student with a disability, Scholarships available only to blind and visually impaired students; Assistive technologies for students with visual impairments.
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Achieving a Better Life Experience Program

The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) program was created to encourage and assist individuals and families in saving funds for the purpose of supporting individuals with disabilities to maintain health, independence and quality of life; and to provide secure funding for qualified disability expenses on behalf of designated beneficiaries with disabilities that will supplement, but not supplant, benefits provided through private insurance, the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program, the Medicaid program, the beneficiary's employment and other sources.
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Dispute Resolution Center of West Michigan

The Dispute Resolution Center of West Michigan provides low cost or free mediation to help resolve almost any type of dispute. These include and are not limited to special education, divorce, parenting time, contracts, consumer, landlord-tenant, neighborhood, employment. The center covers 7 counties: Kent, Ionia, Lake, Mecosta, Montcalm, Newaygo, Osceola.

Eastern Upper Peninsula Community Dispute Resolution Center

The Eastern Upper Peninsula Community (EUP) Dispute Resolution Center offers citizens of Chippewa, Luce and Mackinac Counties the opportunity to mediate disagreements, determine their own solutions, and resolve differences using a process that is respectful and educational. The EUP is an alternative to the court process. The EUP mediates any on-violent dispute including but not limited to Special Education/School Truancy, Parenting Time, Landlord/Tenant, Adult Guardianship, Child Protection, Small Claims and any disputes involving the needs of parents and children.