Local Resources for Employment of People With Disabilities in North Carolina
North Carolina Business Leadership Network Information
The mission of the BLN is to "engage the active participation of the business community to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to obtain work and succeed in the workplace."
ADA Centers for North Carolina
ADA Centers are regional centers that provide information, training, and technical assistance to employers, people with disabilities, and others with responsibilities under the ADA. More information about the ADA Centers.
Sorry. There are no ADA Centers entries for North Carolina.
North Carolina Independent Living Centers (ILCs)
The mission of ILCs is helping people with disabilities live independently and become productive, fully participating members of society.ILC Contact Information for North Carolina
North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Offices
Vocational Rehabilitation Offices assist individuals with disabilities pursue meaningful careers. Search the Job Accommodation Network's extensive list of Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies.
North Carolina Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA)
If you receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration, and are interested in working or learning more about how working would affect your benefits, you can get help from a community organization known as a Work Incentive Planning and Assistance (WIPA) project.WIPA projects by state