Building valued roles, making choices, setting goals, assuming responsibility
and driving how one’s own life is lived.
The Arc of Indiana is committed to all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities realizing their goals of living, learning, working and fully participating in the community.
IN*SOURCE’s mission is to provide parents, families, individuals and service providers in the state of Indiana the information and training necessary to help assure effective educational programs and appropriate services for individuals with disabilities.
Indiana Family to Family provides information, training, and one-on-one support to families of children and youth with additional health and education needs, and the professionals who serve them. They provide families with tools to make informed decisions, advocate for improved systems and policies, and build partnerships between professionals and families.
Self-Advocates of Indiana believes that all people with disabilities have the right to live, laugh and have happiness in everything they do. Their mission is to advocate, educate, celebrate, and empower people with disabilities to become more effective decision makers, have more independence, and to promote employment for all.
Centers for Independent Living are agencies designed and operated within local communities by individuals with disabilities. They promote the independent living philosophy to empower all people with disabilities.
The Indiana Institute works to put good ideas into everyday practice in schools and community settings to improve choices and quality of life for people with disabilities and their families.
The IPAS Commission oversees the work of Indiana Disability Rights (IDR). The Commission is responsible for supporting IDR’s Mission to uphold, promote, and advance the rights of individuals with disabilities through empowerment and advocacy to achieve a more equitable society.
The Bureau of Developmental Disability Services is committed to partnering with individuals, families, and professionals to ensure person-centered services that empower people with disabilities and their families by connecting them to resources and supports to live their best life.
The Division of Aging supports the development of alternatives to nursing home care and coordinates services through a network of Area Agencies on Aging.