Provides an accessible residence for adults with complex medical needs, including Multiple Sclerosis, as well as durable equipment and customized adaptive equipment services for the general public.

Ensures equal opportunity in life achievement for Boston youth by enforcing a child’s right to a quality education; offers technical assistance, legal representation, and training to families.

This program at Triangle, Inc. empowers people with disabili- ties and organizations to prevent abuse and promote healthy relationships.

Services include counseling, play therapy, cognitive- behavioral therapy; parent and school consultations, and summer pro- grams.

Services include residential, day, habilitation, and vocational training, including the ASCENT Advocacy, Social Skills, Career Exploration, Networking and Transitions-after-school program for individuals ages 14-22.

Variety of programs to support all children, of all ages. Coun- seling, after-school programs, parenting supports available. Also hosts a respite program to offer hourly or overnight care for children who are HIV infected or affected.

Recreational and skill building activities for children and youth with disabilities summer camp, horseback riding, after school and weekend activities.

TGH School helps Boston Public School parents and caregivers and their children gain access to the skills and hardware needed for 21st century success.

A hippotherapy program geared for children with special needs. Reinbow is located at two sites, Windrush and Liberty TreeFarms.

MBTA’s paratransit service; provides door-to-door transportation to those who are unable to use public transportation because of physical, cognitive, psychiatric, or sensory disability.

Assists families to affordable housing; regional provider of rental voucher assistance to disabled, and low/moderate income resi- dents of Boston and 29 surrounding communities.

Provides a wide variety of support services to individuals with disabilities of all ages, including Information and Referral Ser- vices, social connections, adult planning and day services.

Services individual’s emotional and/or behavioral challenges, providing outpatient, residential, and academic services Ther- apeutic Mentoring and In-Home Therapy services through the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI).

Offers housing in family, individual shelter units, and transitional housing in Boston, Cambridge, and Medford. Also maintains Community Legal Assistance Service Project.

Mission is to provide year round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and youth with intellectual disabilities in the Boston/Metrowest area.

Using an arts-based curriculum, mentors help kids who have learning disabilities and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder understand their way of learning and building self- esteem.

Provides long- and short-term respite for children and adults with developmental disabilities, plus an array of supports for individu- als with disabilities and their families.

Courageous Sailing is a community that embraces sailing as a platform for life-long learning, personal growth and leadership; a center of sailing excellence committed to removing barriers to access for all Boston youth, the public and people with physical and intellectual challenges.

A range of services including COMPASS School, a day program in Jamaica Plain, Holden School, a middle/high school program in Chelsea, and supports for families who have involvement with the Department of Children and Families.

A variety of adaptive rowing programs for youth and adults who have physical and intellectual disabilities, and veterans Approved USOC Paralympic Sports Club.

Education and family services for children 15 months- 5 years and their families Creative Start programs in Arlington, Newton, Waltham, Watertown, and Woburn.

To provide comprehensive, effective, and innovative communi- ty- oriented rehabilitation services to individuals significantly challenged by mental illness in the Boston area.

An all volunteer, non-profit organization that gives children with disabilities a chance to play baseball as part of a team in an organized league at no cost to their family.

Maintains resource information on activities, opportunities, and other fun information for children and teens, plus important information and resources for parents.

A therapeutic after-school program for youth ages 6-11 who have experienced traumatic events or negative circumstances in their lives. Provides clinical and case management services designed to improve youths’ functioning in all domains.

To facilitate full participation in all aspects of life by persons with disabilities, the Commission works to remove architectural, procedural, attitudinal, and communication barriers.