ADA resources can be found by clicking on the links below. You can also find the information by scrolling down the ADA Resources tab on our main page.
The ADA National Network and Regional ADA Centers
The Pacific ADA Center serves as one of ten nationwide regional ADA centers established by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) to provide information, training and technical assistance to employers, people with disabilities, and other entities with responsibilities under the ADA.
Technical Assistance is available from the Pacific ADA Center Monday - Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific Time at 800-949-4232 (V/TTY) or contact us online. All calls are confidential.
Links to Federal Agencies
The federal agencies listed in this area are provided as additional reference and resource material for your benefit. These agencies provide guidance and answers to a variety of issues
Telephone Numbers for Federal Agencies
This page contains the names, telephone numbers and Internet addresses of federal agencies and other organizations that provide information about the Americans with Disabilities Act and informal guidance in understanding and complying with the ADA.
Emergency Preparedness Publications & Resources
The Pacific ADA Center produces webinars, tip sheets, and podcasts to clarify disability and ADA issues in emergency preparedness and management. In addition, listed on this page are national, regional, and local resources and publications related to disability and emergency preparedness.
Pacific ADA Updates Newsletter
Pacific ADA Updates is a monthly newsletter published by the Pacific ADA Center. It provides the latest news and information on the Americans with Disabilities Act. Current and past issues are available for viewing.
Health Care Providers and the ADA
The ADA requires delivery of services in a way that ensures that all people have an equal opportunity to achieve the full benefit of a program or service (Title II or Title III). For healthcare providers, this means equitable access to care and services to people with disabilities must be provided. This applies to modification in policies, practices, and procedures, effective communication, and the physical accessibility of facilities. Also included are resources in those main areas of accessibility, as well as resources for employment, legal cases in this area, addiction and substance abuse, and other supplemental resources.