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Success Stories
Resiliency in Finding Affordable Housing
A consumer contacted Alliance in late March seeking housing. The Community Inclusion Specialist (CIS) was able to obtain the property list to provide to the consumer. The CIS assisted the consumer in obtaining her benefit verification awards letter.

Through the assistance provided by the ADANC staff and technological support, the consumer was able to email her list of desired Targeted Unit Program properties and her Supplemental Security Income awards letter. 
Developing Confidence Through Peer Support
Peer support from an Alliance staff member provided a consumer with the skills and confidence to present her case in a work mediation meeting. During peer support, the Community Inclusion Specialist provided recommendations on how to best articulate and document information.

The consumer practiced these skills over a two month period and was able to have an effective employment mediation meeting at her workplace. 
Our Vision is to see North Carolinians who experience a disability live in the communities of their choice and be empowered to address their own needs.

With your support we can make that vison reality!

Support ADANC this year with a tax-deductible donation. Even small, monthly donations can help expand our programs and improve services.
Carolina Sled Hockey
CSH wins 2021 SESHL Championship!
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Carolina Sled hockey took the Championship Cup back to North Carolina!

The team has shown incredible passion and growth this season, and we couldn't be prouder!

Thank you to all the players, coaches and volunteers for your dedication and showing your strengths through the power of sport.
Medicaid and Health Choice Communication Access Services
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Did you know that healthcare providers are required by law to provide effective communication to people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing and DeafBlind?


The Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DSDHH) can now assist healthcare providers with these costs through an initiative set up in partnership with the Division of Health Benefits.

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 The 2021 North Carolina Youth Leadership Forum (NCYLF) is here!
July 12, 2021 - July 23, 202121


Interested in experiencing college life while social distancing? In lieu of an in-person event, Zooming with the NCYLF will be a free, two week web series that will model online college life for youth with disabilities. 
COVID-19 Vaccine Resources
COVID-19 vaccines are available in North Carolina to everyone ages 16 and older!

What you should know:
  • The vaccine is free everywhere in North Carolina.
  • No photo ID or insurance is needed.
  • Depending on where you get your vaccine, you may need to make an appointment.
  • U.S. citizenship is not required or checked.

RIDE United NC
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United Way of the Greater Triangle, Lyft, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, and the NC Department of Transportation (in support of the North Carolina COVID-19 Public Health Coalition) are partnering to remove transportation barriers statewide for North Carolina residents who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Call: 1-844-771-RIDE
What We're Reading
Feds Ramping Up Vaccine Access For People With Disabilities

The Biden administration is putting big bucks behind an effort to get more people with disabilities vaccinated against COVID-19. As eligibility opens up to everyone nationwide, federal officials are acknowledging that challenges remain in...

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Feds Propose Changes To Disability Employment Rules

The Biden administration is reconsidering what should qualify as competitive integrated employment for people with disabilities. The U.S. Department of Education said it plans to update a 2017 frequently asked questions document that serves as...

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www.disabilityscoop.com
This project is supported, in part by grant number 1902NCILCL-00 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201