Disability Network Capital Area is a community-based, cross disability, non-profit organization that works with the Ingham, Clinton, Eaton & Shiawassee Counties providing the following services: Peer Support, Information & Referral, Community Awareness & Advocacy, Independent Living Skills and Transition.
Available to students or employees at Michigan State University. Register your disability with the RCPD and you may be eligible to receive accomodations.
Special Driving Services in a comprehensive and specialized driver education program for individuals who have physical and/or neurological impairments secondary to trauma or disease. Services are individualized and provided by qualified professionals. Adaptive equipment, if appropriate, is available.
The Esther Coalition Incorporated is a faith based advocacy and empowerment organization purposed to educate and empower families who love and care for children with severe disabilities, particularly Trisomy 18 and related disorders. Our three main community initiatives for 2013-2020 are MemeBear Cares, Strengthening Young Mothers and Sista to Sista: Let's Talk.
Capital Area Michigan Works! (CAMW) is a network of resources for employers and career seekers. CAMW partnerS with businesses to develop recruiting and retention strategies, and they partner with job seekers to enhance education and career opportunities. Capital Area Michigan Works! has three Job Centers in Charlotte, Lansing and St. Johns that provide mid-Michigan employers and career seekers with the best resources to fulfill their employment needs.