We offer ADA and other disability rights laws and regulations training to DC Agencies.
Providers offer a range of behavioral health services that will fit your needs.
Information on how to become a DDS provider.
To determine if an individual meets the Social Security Disability criteria.
The District of Columbia Asthma Control Program supports the DC Control Asthma Now (DC CAN) public/private partnership that aims to reduce the burden of asthma in DC.
The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) Resource Locator shows locations of services and resources available to returning citizens of the District of Columbia.
Outreach and case assistance for AAPI community groups, residents, and merchants.
MORCA helps returning residents through the job application process.
If you are a victim of elder abuse, help is available!
We can help you provide equal access to your organization’s programs, benefits and services.
How to submit an application for DDA services.
ODR provides information, guidance and technical assistance to those with disabilities.
Helps settle complaints of unlawful discrimination.
Provide services to DC residents who are limited or non-English proficient.
Medicaid helps pay for medical services for low-income and disabled people.
Contact MORCA for access to the Districts' range of Mental Health/Substance Abuse services.
Learn how to become a certified Peer Specialist to assist individuals to regain control over their lives and their own recovery process.
DDA provides oversight of all services provided to persons with intellectual disabilities.
The DC Office of Disability Rights (ODR) invites all District Government employees to participate in our short just-in-time training series. Follow our protagonist, Bob, as he learns how to interact with people with disabilities.
Services for people with disabilities to help them prepare for, secure, regain or retain jobs.