Address: 2620 N. Walnut St.
Phone: (812) 332-1620
About: Supplies free services to citizens with disabilities, including the elderly. Services include the temporary loan of durable medical equipment after an accident or illness, such as a wheelchair, walker, bath seat. Individuals who do not have insurance can borrow equipment for as long as they need it. Other services include the supply of Home Modifications for Accessible Living to low income City of Bloomington residents. This includes installation of wheelchair ramps, safety railings, and bathroom renovations. Also offers camp scholarships to young people with disabilities.
Address: PO Box 1732
About: Facilitates the recognition, promotion and protection of the rights and interests of people with disabilities through Volunteer Advocates.
Address: 200 E. Winslow Rd.
Phone: (812) 332-9615
About: For over 26 years, Options has provided customer-oriented, communityintegrated services to people of all ages with disabilities. Options offers customize services in community living, employment and continuing education. Other services include health care coordination, behavior supports and respite. Options services are available in seven South-Central Indiana counties. Options' mission is to partner with people with disabilities and their communities to bring about self-directed and fulfilled lives.
Address: 680 W. That Rd.
Phone: (812) 336-2798
About: Provides Equine Assisted Activities (EAA) such as therapeutic riding and hippotherapy to children and adults with disabilities and to at-risk youth from South Central Indiana. PALS is a NARHA Premier Accredited Center (www.narha.org) and a United Way of Monroe County Member Agency.
Address: 2815 E. 10 St.
Phone: (812) 332-2168
About: A community-based organization with over 50 years of experience in serving individuals with developmental disabilities. Supports include residential, employment, life skills training and psychological services. With locations in Monroe, Lawrence, Bartholomew and surrounding counties, Stone Belt's mission is to prepare, empower, and support persons with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the life of the community.