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Organizations & Companies

Here you can find government and for-profit organizations and companies that provide resources and products for members of the limb loss/limb difference community.

Automobile Modifications

BraunAbility

1-888-365-9417
productspecialist@braunability.com

https://www.braunability.com/us/en.html

Our dealers understand there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to your mobility. They’ll work with you to find the perfect accessible vehicle fit for you and your family. BraunAbility provides individualized service, which is not always found in the mobility industry. Many online sellers care only about cashing in on a sale, leaving inexperienced customers with a vehicle that doesn’t fit their needs, doesn’t meet safety regulations, and isn’t backed by national service support.

National Mobility Equipment Dealers

3327 West Bearss Avenue, Tampa, FL 33618
info@nmeda.org
813/264-2697

https://nmeda.org/

NMEDA is the certifying body for the nationally recognized Quality Assurance Program (QAP) accreditation. Established in 1989, we are a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade association serving the auto mobility industry in the US and Canada. We provide education & training to our members and partners, and advocate for our industry before Congress, state legislatures and federal regulatory agencies.

Apparel

Amp Life Clothing

Amputee Life® Clothing (amplifeclothing.com)

https://www.amplifeclothing.com/

AMPUTEE LIFE® CLOTHING is a Lifestyle Brand that offers unique, inspiring, high quality apparel representing that AMPLIFE. Be Proud. Push Limits. Inspire. AMPUTEE LIFE CLOTHING was created to inspire Amputees and those with Adaptive Abilities! Impossible is just an opinion. Everyday, we push through, AGAINST ALL ODDS. We are proud to donate a portion of every purchase to causes that support Amputees! Because of the awesome support that we have received, we have been able to pay it forward and help give amputees their lives back and the gift of walking again! Together we can make a difference.

Ascent Footwear

INFO@ASCENTFOOTWEAR.COM.AU

https://www.ascentfootwear.com.au/ii-fit/

IIFit is the perfect solution for mismatched feet. This service allows customers to purchase shoes in different sizes between their left and right feet or as an individual shoe for half the regular price.

Birkenstock Express

Birkenstock Express
301 SW Madison Ave.
Corvallis, OR 97333
800/451-1459

https://www.birkenstockexpress.com/customer-service/special-orders.cfm

Birkenstock offers a special discount for people who need only one shoe. Purchase any regularly priced pair of shoes from them and they will discount it 40 percent. They will donate the shoe you do not need. This offer does not apply to sale shoes.

Healthy Feet Store

25 Walpole Park South
Suite 9B, Walpole, MA 02081
866/324-3338

https://www.healthyfeetstore.com/cservice@healthyfeetstore.com

HealthyFeetStore.com recognizes that custom ordering isn’t for everyone, so they offer a special discount program, unique to their online store, for those ordering pairs of mismatched sizes. This is best for individuals who have never ordered mismatched sizes before, because these shoes can be exchanged or returned if they don’t fit correctly. Call or email for more information.

Zappos One Shoe

https://www.zappos.com/e/adaptive/singleshoes

Twenty years ago, we began as a small online retailer that only sold shoes. Today, we still sell shoes — as well as clothing, handbags, accessories, and more. That “more” is providing the very best customer service, customer experience, and company culture. We aim to inspire the world by showing it’s possible to simultaneously deliver happiness to customers, employees, vendors, shareholders, and the community in a long-term, sustainable way.

Government Organizations

HRSA

Health Resources and Services Administration
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857 U.S.A.
877-464-4772

https://www.hrsa.gov/about/contact/ehbhelp.aspx

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary federal agency for improving health care to people who are geographically isolated, economically or medically vulnerable.

National Council on Independent Living

2013 H St. NW
6th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20006
202/207.0334
ncil@ncil.org

https://ncil.org/

In 2017, NCIL celebrated our 35th Anniversary. Over the past three decades, we have grown from a handful of advocates and the Centers they represent into a force of thousands of people with disabilities from Centers for Independent Living (CILs) and Statewide Independent Living Councils (SILCs) in every state and territory of the U.S. We welcome all people who believe in equality to join the movement to win civil rights and real independence for people with disabilities throughout the world. Use this website to join NCIL and explore all things Independent Living, including current news, training and events nationwide, and NCIL’s extensive national legislative and policy positions.

Office On Disability Employment Policy

Office of Disability Employment Policy
U.S. Department of Labor
200 Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC 20210
1-866-ODEP-DOL (633-7365)
202/693-7880
odep@dol.gov

https://www.dol.gov/agencies/odep/topics

ODEP’s mission is to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

To fulfill this mission, ODEP promotes the adoption and implementation of ODEP policy strategies and effective practices — meaning those that ODEP has developed and/or validated — that will impact the employment of people with disabilities.

US Department of Health and Human Services

200 Independence Avenue
S.W. Washington, D.C. 20201
877/696-6775

https://www.hhs.gov/about/index.html

The mission of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is to enhance the health and well-being of all Americans, by providing for effective health and human services and by fostering sound, sustained advances in the sciences underlying medicine, public health, and social services.

Veterans Resources

Here you can find veteran-specific government and non-profit organizations that provide resources for veterans living with limb loss/limb difference.

22KILL Organization Helping Veterans Programs and Therapies

13625 Neutron Road
Dallas, TX 75244

Fort Worth
855 Texas Street, Suite 105
Fort Worth, TX 76102

214-462-7229

https://www.22kill.com/

To create a community that raises awareness and combats suicide by empowering veterans, first responders, and their families through traditional and non-traditional therapies.

Angel Wings For Veterans

Angel Wings for Veterans
4620 Haygood Road, Suite 1
Virginia Beach, VA 23455

https://angelwingsforveterans.org/

Angel Wings for Veterans removes the barrier to medical care for Veterans, active duty service members and their families with transportation on the ground and in the air.

Asbestos

1 S. Orange Ave., Suite 301,
Orlando, FL 32801
844/ 658-0102

https://www.asbestos.com/veterans/

Veterans who served in certain military occupations between 1930 and 1980 have a high risk of developing mesothelioma from asbestos exposure. Veterans account for 30% of the estimated 3,000 mesothelioma cases diagnosed annually. Veterans who develop mesothelioma because of military asbestos exposure can file for VA benefits.

Disabled American Veterans

Team Red, White & Blue
198 14th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30318 WearTheEagle@teamrwb.org

https://www.dav.org/

DAV is a nonprofit charity that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, helping more than 1 million veterans in positive, life-changing ways each year. Annually, the organization provides more than 240,000 rides to veterans attending medical appointments and assists veterans with well over 160,000 benefit claims. In 2020, DAV helped veterans receive more than $23 billion in earned benefits. DAV’s services are offered at no cost to all generations of veterans, their families and survivors.

Gary Sinise Foundation

https://www.garysinisefoundation.org/contact/

https://www.garysinisefoundation.org/

At the Gary Sinise Foundation, we serve our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need.
We do this by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities.

Mesothelioma.net

Mesothelioma.net
5430 LBJ Freeway Suite 1200
Dallas, Texas 75240
1-800-692-8608

https://mesothelioma.net/about-us-contact/

Mesothelioma.net contains a plethora of free resources and information for those suffering from mesothelioma, including associated cancers where it can commonly metastasize or be affected by asbestos. Some of the topics we cover are treatment options, workplace safety, lifestyle, smoking & addiction, research, specialized doctors, and support for families of asbestos victims.

National Military Family Association

National Military Family Association
2800 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 250
Alexandria, VA 22314
703.931.6632
info@MilitaryFamily.org
https://www.militaryfamily.org/info-resources/efmp-special-needs/

https://www.militaryfamily.org/info-resources/efmp-special-needs/

The Exceptional Family Member Program offers support to military families to help ensure that these families are not sent to areas where adequate services for medical, educational, or psychosocial needs cannot be met. The EFMP also provides information and support programs to families to help connect them to local services. This Web site explains the enrollment process for each branch.

National Resource Directory

infonrd.osd@mail.mil

https://nrd.gov/

The National Resource Directory (NRD) is a resource website that connects wounded warriors, Service Members, Veterans, their families, and caregivers to programs and services that support them. The NRD is hosted, managed, maintained, sustained and developed by the Defense Health Agency’s Recovery Coordination Program.

Olympic Peninsula Fishing Innovations

Olympic Peninsula Fishing Innovations
P.O. Box 1221
Sequim, WA 98382
360/775-4763
opfinnovations@gmail.com
https://www.fishagain.org/

https://www.fishagain.org/

Olympic Peninsula Fishing Innovations (OPFI) is a small 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that designs and produces unique and adaptive devices that allow individuals with physical limitations to participate in
fly-fishing and fly-tying. The products are available at no charge to anyone who could benefit from the
adaptive design. After meeting individuals who were unable to enjoy these activities due to a lost limb, trauma, or brain injury that impaired the function of their arm or hand, OPFI was formed and the Evergreen Hand and Casting Partner products were developed.

Operation Enduring Warrior

14241 Midlothian Tpke #209
Midlothian, VA 23113
info@enduringwarrior.org
https://www.enduringwarrior.org/

https://www.enduringwarrior.org/

Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW) is a veteran-founded non‐profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to honor, empower, and motivate our nation’s wounded military and law enforcement veterans through physical, mental, and emotional rehabilitation. Our programs help participants overcome adversity and hardship through innovation, teamwork, and perseverance. This ultimately enables the lives of our wounded military and public service veterans to go in directions they may have once thought were impossible.

OEW is a 100% volunteer-run organization. All donations go directly towards our various programs and operational support of the organization.

Paralyzed Veterans Of America

801 Eighteenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20006-3517
800/424-8200
https://pva.org/

https://www.militaryfamily.org/info-resources/efmp-special-needs/

PVA was originally founded by a band of service members who came home from World War II with spinal cord injuries. They returned to a grateful nation, but also to a world with few solutions to the major challenges they faced.

Team RWB

Team Red, White & Blue
198 14th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
https://www.teamrwb.org/

https://www.teamrwb.org/

The mission of Team Red, White & Blue (Team RWB) is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.

The Department of Veterans Affairs

https://www.va.gov/contact-us/

https://www.va.gov/

Providing assistance in service member benefits, carrers and employment, life inusrance, health care, disability, education and training, family memeber benefits, pensions, burials and memorials, and records.

The Independence Fund

9013 Perimeter Woods Drive, Suite E
Charlotte, NC 28216
888/851-7996

https://independencefund.org/

Founded in 2007, The Independence Fund is committed to empowering our nation’s catastrophically wounded, injured, or ill Veterans to overcome physical, mental, and emotional wounds incurred in the line of duty. We are dedicated to improving the lives of both our Veterans and their families. Through our Mobility, Caregiver, Adaptive Sports, Advocacy, and Family programs, The Independence Fund strives to bridge the gap of unmet needs for Veterans and their caregivers.

Tunnel To Towers Foundation

2361 Hylan Blvd.
Staten Island, NY 10306
718/987-1931
Info@Tunnel2Towers.org

https://tunnel2towers.org/

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation honors the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who laid down his life to save others on September 11, 2001. We also honor our military and first responders who continue to make the supreme sacrifice of life and limb for our country.

US Department of Veterans Affairs

800/698-2411

https://www.va.gov/

The National Center has emerged as the world’s leading research and educational center of excellence on PTSD. Its vision is to be the foremost leader in information on PTSD and trauma; information generated internally through its extensive research program, and information synthesized from published scientific research and collective clinical experience that is efficiently disseminated to the field.

USA Patriots

Desiree Ellison – Executive Director
USA Patriots Amputee Softball Team
P.O. Box 75345 Tampa, FL 33675
desiree@thewwast.org
607/227-4480

https://usapatriotsathletics.org/

The USA Patriots Softball Team is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to inspire and educate others while enhancing the health and welfare of Wounded Warrior Amputees. The USA Patriots represents some of our nation’s bravest and most determined heroes, soldiers and veterans. These men and women have sustained severe injuries resulting in amputation, and through extensive rehabilitation, they have become competitive athletes again, playing against able- bodied teams in exhibition games across the country. Their armor now includes prosthetic legs and arms, along with extreme perseverance and attitude. In addition, the team host an annual Kids Camp where we bring in 20 children (between 8-12 years old) with amputations or loss of limbs for a week-long camp where our team members serve as coaches and mentors. The team pays the expenses for the 20 children and one parent/guardian. This is just one example of what makes them America’s Amputee Softball Team, and true USA Patriots.

VA Boston Amputee Support Group

Primary Contact: Randi Woodrow
randi.woodrow@va.gov
West Roxbury, MA
(857) 203-6769

https://www.amputee-coalition.org/calendar-event/va-boston-amputee-support-group-west-roxbury/2023-03-02/

Meets on the 1st Thursday at at 10:00am-11:00am ET at West Roxbury VA Medical Center in the cafeteria conference room, 1st floor of building 1.**
**Please note that registered support groups are not managed directly by the Amputee Coalition. As more support groups are switching to virtual meetings, or meetings are being canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we highly encourage you to contact the support group prior to coming to a meeting as days/times/format may change.

Veterans Crisis Line

800/273-8255 and Press 1
VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat
Text 838255

https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/get-help/chat

The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource available to any Veteran, even if they are not enrolled in VA health care or registered with VA. Care does not end when the conversation is over. The Veterans Crisis Line can connect Veterans to their local suicide prevention coordinators (SPC), who follow up to coordinate care.

Warhorse Games

https://www.warhorsegameskc.com/

https://www.warhorsegameskc.com/

The Warhorse Games is more than a functional fitness competition. Our mission is to support and empower veterans, active military and their families by using fitness and the competitive spirit to bring awareness to the the struggle these heroes face on a daily basis. All proceeds for this event directly supports War Horses for Veterans as they provide a peaceful place for these heroes to get away from life’s challenges.

Warrior Canine Connection

14934 Schaeffer Road
Boyds, MD 20841
301.260.1111
info@warriorcanineconnection.org
https://warriorcanineconnection.org/

https://warriorcanineconnection.org/

Warrior Canine Connection supports active duty Service Members and Veterans recovering from both the visible and hidden wounds of war. We accomplish our mission by raising and training highly skilled assistance dogs for Veterans with disabilities, and by providing our unique service dog training program called Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR). MBTR involves engaging Service Members and Veterans in the therapeutic mission of helping to train our future service dogs for a fellow Veteran. We provide our programs and services in several locations across the country, including Maryland, North Carolina, Colorado, and California.

Wounded Warrior Project

4899 Belfort Road Suite 300
Jacksonville, FL 32256
877.TEAM.WWP (832.6997)

https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

Veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001. You are our focus. You are our mission. Here, you’re not a member – you’re an alumnus, a valued part of a community that’s been where you’ve been, and understands what you need. Everything we offer is free because there’s no dollar value to finding recovery and no limit to what you can achieve.

Non profit

Nonprofits are a great source of support, grants, education, advocacy, and services for members of the limb loss/ limb difference community.

Abled Amputees of America

P.O. Box 2343
Lilburn Georgia 30048-2343
678/373-8816

https://www.abledamputees.org/

AAA is an international non-profit organization formed to inspire, support, and educate. Their main purpose is to give those with limb loss a real hope for the future by helping them grow in wellness in body, mind and spirit. Their mission is to make outpatient physical and occupational therapy possible for amputees needing financial support, while promoting wellness in body, mind and spirit.

Achilles International

315 West 39th Street
Suite 205, New York, NY 10018
212/354-0300
info@achillesinternational.org

https://www.achillesinternational.org/

Achilles International, a global organization operating in 25 countries including the US, transforms the lives of people with disabilities through athletic programs and social connection. Since our founding in 1983, we have empowered over 150,000 athletes of all ages and ability levels to participate in endurance events around the globe. Achilles International’s portfolio of programs includes the Achilles Freedom Team which serves wounded military personnel and veterans; Achilles Kids which provides training, race opportunities, and an in-school program for children with disabilities; the TriAchilles Team which expands our running program into biking and swimming; Achilles Chapter workouts; and, our signature Hope & Possibility® race which takes place in several cities worldwide. While our programs focus on running, our main objective has always been to bring hope, inspiration, and the joys of achievement to all.

Adaptively Abled Amputees

adaptivelyabledamputees@gmail.com

https://www.adaptivelyabledamputees.org/

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit with a mission to support, educate, and inspire those living with limb loss/limb difference or with a physical disability to adapt, overcome, and lead active and fulfilling lives through participation in group activities and outings; educational programs; adaptive sports, fitness, and wellness programs; and through social engagement with adaptively abled peers.

Amputee Coalition; Resources By Topic

Suite 600, South Building
601 Pennsylvania Avenue
NW, Washington, DC 20004
888/267-5669

https://www.amputee-coalition.org/limb-loss-resource-center/resources-filtered/resources-by-topic/

To easily sort through the resources we offer, we have created categories to make it easier to find what you are looking for. Select a topic below to narrow these listings.
If you don’t find what you are looking for, try searching below or browsing the entire collection.

Be More Adaptive

7941 Katy Frwy #267
Houston, Texas 77024
979-353-2484
bemoreadaptive@gmail.com

https://www.bemoreadaptive.org/

It is our mission to make the world more adaptive, accessible, and profoundly knowledgeable about the adaptive community. Be More Adaptive has been created for the purposes of having one location to fill adaptive needs. If there is to be anything adaptive or relating to the adaptive community, it can be found here at Be More Adaptive. It is also BMA’s desire to connect all other adaptive nonprofits in one place so that resources can be utilized together. Be More Adaptive is made by the adaptive community, for the adaptive community, with an adaptive future as the goal.

Cancer Survivor’s Fund

P.O. Box 792
Missouri City, TX 77459
281-437-7142
csf@cancersurvivorsfund.org

http://www.cancersurvivorsfund.org/

Cancer Survivors’ Fund is a non-profit organization chartered exclusively for charitable purposes; specifically to provide college scholarships and prosthetics for the benefit of persons diagnosed with cancer, receiving treatment for cancer or in remission to give them a new purpose and meaning in life.

Chive Charities

https://chivecharities.org/recipient#

https://chivecharities.org/recipient

Chive Charities helps underserved people throughout the country with medical needs. They focus on rare medical diseases, but also serve first responders and veterans with medical needs. To apply, go to chivecharities.org/recipient and click on “I am a new applicant.”

Dallas Amputee Network

1303 Green Meadow
Richardson, TX 75081
214/736-7913
Administrator@DallasAmputeeNetwork.org

https://www.dallasamputeenetwork.org/

To provide support, inspiration, and enlightenment to fellow amputees and their caregivers and to promote independence and well-being, so that they may thrive through an active, empowered lifestyle.

Forrest Stump

http://www.forreststump.org/social-media/

http://www.forreststump.org/

Physical activity is a human right yet the medical equipment and care needed by individuals with disabilities to be physically active is inaccessible. Forrest Stump is working to change that.

Help Hope Live

2 Radnor Corporate Center, Suite 100
100 Matsonford Road
Radnor, PA 19087
800/642-8399

https://helphopelive.org/

For 37 years, Help Hope Live has been showing clients and families how to bring together a network of relatives, friends, and neighbors in fundraising efforts to help cover the costs of uncovered medical expenses. These efforts play a critical role in helping our clients recover and maintain their health and independence.

Less Leg More Heart

https://lesslegmoreheart.com/general-contact

https://lesslegmoreheart.com/

Through her own medical journey as an amputee and her clinical experiences as a medical professional, Founder- Tina Hurley, recognized the need for further support in the newly disabled population and their loved ones. The intent of this charity is to spread hope, decrease suffering and to enhance physical/mental viability by providing customized services/ supplies to patients and their families during life changing medical circumstances.

Limbs for Life Foundation

9604 N. May Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
888/235-5462
admin@limbsforlife.org

https://www.limbsforlife.org/

Limbs for Life provides assistance for lower-limb amputees. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the U.S. They must have no other means to pay for prosthetic care, including Medicare, insurance coverage or state assistance. They must work with a prosthetist or clinic that agrees to accept LFL payment as full payment for their services. Eligible candidates must fill an application for assistance.

Limbs With Love

limbswithlove@gmail.com

http://www.limbswithlove.org/

Our goal is to provide prosthetic hands at no cost to children and adults residing here in US and all over the world. To accomplish this, we work directly with the recipients in US, and partner with non-profits in other countries to serve the local children and adults. We have been certified as a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization.

Limitless Solutions

4217 E Plaza Drive
Orlando, FL 32816
407/823-6757
email contact@limbitless-solutions.org

https://limbitless-solutions.org/

Imagine a society where bionic arms are as common as glasses or braces. Where children can learn that science and engineering can have a heart and change the world.

At Limbitless Solutions, we believe everyone always belongs regardless of differences. We promote empowerment, inclusivity, accessibility, and creativity using both art and engineering.

LN4 Hand Foundation

77 Van Ness, Suite 101
Box 1908
San Francisco, CA 94102
530/342-1650
LN4project@gmail.com

https://ln4handproject.org/

Today, we have produced and assembled over 57,000 LN4 hands. We have expanded our operations, creating sustainable and diverse partnerships. We work with individuals and organizations, including Rotary clubs, medical clinics, and other friends in many places to organize fitting events for large numbers of people. LN4 Ambassadors have carried LN4 hands to the almost every corner of the globe, spanning 80+ countries, including Colombia, Ecuador, Vietnam, India, Jordan, Uganda, Tanzania, and more.

Mission Gait Foundation

8191 Staples Mill Road
Richmond, VA 23228
804-918-5792

https://www.missiongait.org/about-us

Mission Gait seeks to change forever how rehabilitation is provided to patients with complex gait disabilities. The roadmap to get there is as unique, simple, and effective as the model it promotes.

Move United

451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 608,
Rockville, Maryland 20850
info@moveunitedsport.org

https://www.moveunitedsport.org/

Since 1956, Move United has been redefining disability by providing year-round sports and recreation opportunities to people with a wide range of disabilities offering more than 60 different adaptive sports. Through our national network of more than 180 local member organizations, Move United serves over 80,000 individuals with disabilities of all ages each year.

National Amputation Foundation

40 Church Street
Malverne, NY 11565
516-887-3600
amps76@aol.com

http://nationalamputation.org/

The National Amputation Foundation’s donated medical equipment is available to any person in need through their Medical Equipment Give-A-Way Program. This includes wheelchairs, walkers, commodes, canes and crutches. While this program is open to anyone in need, the item(s) need to be picked up at the Foundation’s office. To learn about how you can benefit from the National Amputation Foundation’s Medical Equipment Give-A-Way Program.

National Odd Shoe Exchange (N.O.S.E.)

P.O. Box 1120
Chandler, AZ 85244
480/892-3484

http://oddshoe.org/

The National Odd Shoe Exchange (N.O.S.E.) assists people with a variety of conditions and lifestyles. They ship new, quality footwear to children, adults and seniors across the United States and Canada from their distribution center in Arizona.

New England Amputee Association

Clinton Hospital
201 Highland Street
Clinton MA 01510
800/368-3000

https://www.newenglandamputeeassociation.com/

New England Amputee Association’s mission is to reach out to people with limb loss and provide a supportive environment where information and experiences are shared and friendships are formed.

Odd Shoe Finder

Oddshoefinder.com

http://oddshoefinder.com/

OddShoeFinder.com is an effort to help people with mismatched feet (or amputees) save money by no longer having to buy two pairs of shoes and allowing them to sell their own odd shoes. Once you create an account, you can use this site to buy, sell or give away your single shoes or mismatched pairs. They have hundreds of listings in different sizes and styles.

Penta Prosthetics

500 Park Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY, 10022
United States
penta@pentaprosthetics.com

https://pentaprosthetics.org/

Penta was founded by university students in 2016 to bring high quality, low cost prosthetic care to developing countries while repurposing what would otherwise be considered medical waste in the United States.

Power On With Limb Loss

Springfield, OR 97478
541/510-5866
Paula@PowerOnWithLimbLoss.org

https://poweronwithlimbloss.org/

Our purpose is to make sure that everyone gets the support they need. We partner with and support amputees and others with limb loss in our community by providing three main service programs.

Prosthetic Hope International’s Prosthetic and Orthotic Conmponent Clearinghouse

1937 Shalimar Drive
Atlanta, GA 30345
404/325-2800
info@prosthetichope.org

http://prosthetichope.org/projects/pocc/

P.O.C.C. was created to save surplus usable P&O goods from being sent to landfills while innumerable individuals around the world are in need of prostheses and orthoses. P.O.C.C. provides individuals, P&O facilities, manufacturers and distributors a clearinghouse that enables them to make tax deductible donations of new and gently used prosthetic goods and new orthotic goods. These donations, in turn, afford non-governmental organizations (NGOs), P&O practitioners, developing world P&O schools, developing world P&O facilities and researchers access to these badly needed and often costly goods.

Right 2 Walk Foundaton

https://right2walk.org/contact/

https://right2walk.org/

Here is what wem provide;
Provide medically necessary prosthetics and components to those who can’t afford them; Provide access to rehabilitation facilities and resources for those who have lost a limb; Support individuals hoping to recapture their health and wellbeing necessary to live a full and active life; Show the benefit a well made prosthetic can provide and increases public understanding of it’s importance;Create a strong coalition in the field of prosthetics and bring the best prosthetics and care to those who need it most

ROMP Project

PO Box 100915
Denver, CO 80250
United States
info@rompglobal.org

https://www.rompglobal.org/

ROMP’s mission is to provide high quality prosthetic care in underserved populations, which enhances mobility and unlocks human potential.

San Antonio Amputee Foundation

PO Box 591131
San Antonio, TX 78259
Mona@SAAmputee.org
210/269-6662

https://www.saamputeefoundation.org/

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization rebuilding the lives of amputees through peer support, education, case management and recreation.

Sepsis Alliance

3180 University Avenue, Suite 235
San Diego, CA 92104
619-232-0300
info@sepsis.org

https://www.sepsis.org/

Sepsis Alliance is the leading sepsis organization in the U.S. working in all 50 states to save lives and reduce suffering from sepsis. Sepsis Alliance is a charitable organization run by a dedicated team who share a strong commitment to battling sepsis.

Shoe Swap

US +1 650 4888 004
UK +44 759 2134568
hello@shoewap.com

http://shoewap.com/

Shoewap is a global marketplace where people with unevenly sized feet and persons with limb loss and limb difference buy, sell, and exchange mismatched pairs and single shoes.

Soles4Souls

319 Martingale Drive,
Old Hickory, TN 37138
615/391-5723 or 866/521-7463
info@giveshoes.org

https://soles4souls.org/

Through the collection and sale of used (and new) clothing and shoes, Soles4Souls helps create self-sustaining jobs that generate desperately needed revenues throughout communities in both the U.S. and developing countries. The sale of donated footwear and apparel to support jobs also provides the majority of funding to sustain Soles4Souls operations and further expand its donations of new shoes and clothing.

Steps Of Faith

Steps Of Faith Foundation
P.O. Box 15064
Lenexa, KS 66285
615/426-6034
info@stepsoffaithfoundation.org

https://www.stepsoffaithfoundation.org/

Steps of Faith helps uninsured and under-insured amputees get the prosthetic limbs they desperately need to restore their livelihood. We find prosthetists to donate their time to help our patients and we raise money to cover the cost of prosthetic limbs. Contact billy@stepsoffiathfoundation.org for questions.

Steve Chamberlain’s 50 Legs

100 South Belcher
PO Box 8245
Clearwater Fl 33758
https://50legs.org/

https://50legs.org/

50 Legs provides amputees with the necessary care and prosthetics that they could not otherwise afford. To apply, go to the Web site; click the tab at the top labeled “More” then click on “Application for Assistance,” or find the application at this link: https://50legs.org/application-for-assistance/.

The Barr Foundation

Two Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02110
P: 617.854.3500 | F: 617.854.3501
feedback@barrfoundation.org

https://www.barrfoundation.org/

The Barr Foundation is a nonprofit organization which was founded in 1992 to assist amputees with prosthetic rehabilitation. This foundation provides assistance to amputees domestically and internationally who would have no other financial resources. The foundation?s mission is to advance education and improve community support for amputees of the world. The Barr Foundation strives to improve the amputee?s quality of life through access to proper prosthetic care and by encouraging improvements in the care system. The Barr Foundation promotes this mission by helping amputees of the world to live healthy lives with dignity.

The Move For Jenn Foundation

Move For Jenn Foundation
P.O. Box 77578
Charlotte, NC 28271
https://moveforjenn.org/

https://moveforjenn.org/

Nonprofit corporation that will raise funds to issue grants for sarcoma research and amputees who need prostheses. The goal is to allow grants to be awarded immediately for sarcoma research and activewear prosthetic candidates.

The National Association for the Advancement of Orthotics and Prosthetics

The National Association for the Advancement of Orthotics and Prosthetics
1501 M Street, NW
7th Floor
Washington DC 20005-1700
800/622-6740
202/624-0064

https://naaop.us/

Our story of advocacy, education, and unity has shaped a 34-year history of positive results in healthcare legislation and regulation. NAAOP invites all those participating in comprehensive O&P patient care to become informed, involved, and join in our mission to educate the public and promote public policy that is clearly in the interest of the O&P patient. The National Association for the Advancement of Orthotics and Prosthetics is a non-profit trade association dedicated to educating the public and promoting public policy that is in the interest of the O&P patient. Since 1987, NAAOP has shaped positive results in healthcare legislation and regulation through strong government relations advocacy and education of policymakers. NAAOP serves the profession by representing and partnering with only those providers of orthotic and prosthetic services who truly believe that the patient must come first.

The Prosthetic Foundation

5047 Sherri Ann Rd.
San Antonio, Texas 78233
210-237-4400

https://www.theprostheticfoundation.org/program/

The Prosthetic Foundation was established in 2010 as a 501 C (3) nonprofit organization to help uninsured and under insured amputees throughout Texas. The Prosthetic Foundation is committed to ensuring that amputees not only receive a prosthesis but also receive the follow-up care that is essential in the successful outcome of regaining mobility and independence. The loss of a limb can create a severe challenge and prevent an amputee from being able to perform the activities of daily living that many of us take for granted. The physical and psychological independence that a prosthesis can provide not only affects the amputee but can make a world of difference for their family and everyone around them. Having a prosthesis is also important in preventing additional health complications that arise from being sedentary in a wheelchair.

Trauma Survivors Network

Trauma Survivors Network
c/o American Trauma Society
201 Park Washington Court
Falls Church, VA 22046
800-556-7890
admin@traumasurvivorsnetwork.org

https://www.traumasurvivorsnetwork.org/pages/home

In 2008, the Trauma Survivors Network (TSN) was developed by the American Trauma Society (ATS) to help trauma centers provide the support and services patients and their families need during their recovery from serious injury.

Victoria Hand Project

info@victoriahandproject.com

https://www.victoriahandproject.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA-OeBBhDiARIsADyBcE5mYrwznUjzDfylgaE3ovl6dmprukRn_6ISQXxSE1mITmmkMvdsZ7oaAnQfEALw_wcB

The Victoria Hand Project (VHP) designs low-cost, highly functional, 3D printed prosthetics. In collaboration with our international clinical partners, we make these prosthetics available to amputees throughout the world. Our system uses advanced and cost effective tools: 3D printing, 3D laser scanning, and 3D software, to fabricate these devices directly within the countries where they are used. With our prosthesis, amputees can regain the ability to do home or work-related tasks, and improve their quality of life.

Pediatrics

Amputee Adventure Camp

Email
adventureamputeecamp@gmail.com

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/adventureamputeecamp/

Instagram
@adventureamputeecamp

https://adventureamputeecamp.org/

AAC ‘s annual Winter Camp is held in Wintergreen, VA. This camp welcomes children (ages 8-17) who are interested in learning to, or improving on, skiing and snowboarding. In regards to COVID-19, we are taking all necessary precautions/making accommodations to ensure the safety/wellness of our campers and volunteers.

Camp For All

3701 Kirby Drive, Suite 570
Houston, TX 77098
713-686-5666 ext. 20
jdeleon@campforall.org

https://www.campforall.org/team_groups/amputee/

Camp For All is a unique, barrier-free camp working in partnership with other not-for-profit organizations to enrich the lives of children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families throughout the year.

Camp No Limits

No Limits Foundation
265 Centre Rd. Wales, ME 04280
207/569-6411
info@nolimitsfoundation.org

https://nolimitsfoundation.org/

No Limits Foundation is a non-profit organization 501 (c)(3) providing camps for children with limb loss and differences. The camp aims to provide education, mentorship, and support to these children and their families. Camp No Limits fosters a welcoming and supportive community in the hopes of helping all those who attend the camp.

Christa & Paul Welger Foundation

contact@welgerfoundation.org

https://welgerfoundation.org/

The Christa & Saul Welger Foundation was established as a tribute to these two tenacious athletes and their almost thirty years of remarkable contributions to the early days of disabled athletics. Inspired by the stories of Christa and Saul, the Foundation’s goal is to help, motivate and support disabled, young athletes reach their highest potential—in sport and in life. The Christa & Saul Welger Foundation’s mission is to provide support and opportunities to physically impaired youth to encourage participation in, increase awareness of, and reduce barriers to competing in team sports.

First Hand Foundation

2800 Rockcreek Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64117
myFirstHand@cerner.com
816/201-1569
https://www.firsthandfoundation.org/

https://www.firsthandfoundation.org/

First Hand Foundation is a public nonprofit that provides funding for individual children domestically and globally who need assistance with clinical necessities, medical equipment and travel expenses related to care. To request funding, go to their Web site, click on “Request Funding.” For more details on qualifications, click on “Programs,” then “Case Grants.”

Helping Hands Foundation

info@HelpingHandsGroup.org

http://helpinghandsgroup.org/

We have as a continuous goal, to provide support, share experiences and supply information to parents, affected children and their siblings. We choose to focus on the individual child and the challenges they may face. We emphasize their abilities, not their disabilities. In our support work, we often may inform families of regional services and resources that are available, but we do not endorse any specific institution or medical treatment. One of our priorities is to reach parents of the newborn with an upper limb anomaly. New parents can be given hope and encouragement through our extended network of parents.

Jordan Thomas Foundation

Jordan Thomas Foundation
9005 Overlook Blvd #742
Brentwood, TN, 37027
615/455-5505
info@jordanthomasfoundation.org

https://jordanthomasfoundation.org/

The Jordan Thomas Foundation returns children and adolescents to a life without physical limitation by providing quality prostheses until adulthood, serving as a caring resource for the child and family living with limb differences and tirelessly advocating for insurance fairness.

Lucky Fin Project

Lucky Fin Project
1320 North Vermont Ave.
Royal Oak, MI. 48067
United States
https://luckyfinproject.org/

https://luckyfinproject.org/

The Lucky Fin Project has published awareness brochures for distribution to hospital Labor & Delivery wards, birthing centers, Obstetricians, Pediatricians, Orthopedists, and parents.• Creates a support network for parents across the U.S. and around the world. Things they do; Links parents to medical information and resources,Provides education on limb differences, Hosts events and financially support efforts for children attend specialized camps, obtain prosthetics, and to fund other organizations within the limb different community.

Never Say Never Foundation

Never Say Never Foundation
3965 NE 15th Court Road
Ocala, FL 34479
352/502.0379

https://neversayneverfoundation.org

The Never Say Never Foundation’s mission is to sponsor athletes with disabilities in a multitude of sports, including extreme sports, and to seek funding to allow youths and young adults with disabilities to attend camps, sporting events, and get the prostheses or other tools they need to thrive.

NubAbility Athletics Foundation

221 E Main St.
Du Quoin, Illinois
617/357-1394
info@nubability.org

http://nubability.org/

NubAbility Athletics is a nonprofit organization that offers sport camps and clinics for kids across the nation. One-on-one coaching and mentoring is also provided in 26 sports.

Shriner’s Hospitals For Children

2900 Rocky Point Dr.
Tampa, FL 33607
800-237-5055

https://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/shc/pediatric-orthopaedics

Shriners’ Hospital provides free orthopedic care to children under the age of 18 if there is a reasonable possibility that the child’s condition can be helped.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital ​

262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105

https://www.stjude.org/about-st-jude/visit.html

Children may receive prosthetic care at St. Jude in conjunction with treatment of a catastrophic illness such as Osteosarcoma. Acceptance for treatment is based solely on a patient’s eligibility for an ongoing clinical trial at the hospital. To determine if your child is eligible, your physician must:
Call the referral line at 888/226-4343
Fax relevant information to 901/595-4011
Have your physician complete a referral online.

The Inner Wheel

https://innerwheelusa.com/contact-us/

https://innerwheelusa.com/

Inner Wheel is the story of a women’s movement, which began in the simplest possible way, through the help given by wives to husbands in their efforts towards the public good.

Variety: The Children’s Charity

4601 Wilshire Boulevard
Suite 260
Los Angeles, CA 90010
323/954-0820

https://usvariety.org/care/

Variety aids children with physical challenges whose families cannot afford, nor obtain through insurance, necessary mobility equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, strollers, specially-designed adaptive bikes, and other mobility devices.
Variety’s Care Program delivers medical equipment and services to individual children. Grants under the Care Program are made to individual children and families and cover a variety of medical needs, including prosthetics and orthotics. For more information on the Care Program click “Apply for Help” to find and contact your local Variety chapter or go to usvariety.org/grants.

Wheel To Walk Foundation

PO Box 20146
Portland, Oregon 97294
503/257-1401

https://www.wheeltowalk.com/

The Wheel to Walk Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps children age 20 and younger obtain medical equipment or services not provided by insurance. These items include therapy cycles, wheelchairs and shower chairs. This organization is currently only accepting applications from Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California, but may expand their services in the future.

Prosthetics

Prosthetic Companies

A Step Ahead – Boston / NY

Contact Us

http://www.weareastepahead.com/

A Step Ahead Prosthetics features several distinct departments working together to provide the most complete prosthetic care experience in the world. Read on to learn about how A Step Ahead can become your ecosystem of support.

All Care Orthotics & Prosthetics

https://www.allcareoandp.com/our-staff/

https://www.allcareoandp.com/contact/

At Allcare Orthotics and Prosthetics we specialize in combining exceptional service with cutting edge technology to help individuals regain their independence through mobility. Our patient-based approached, hand crafted prosthetic and orthotic devices, and rehabilitation services has positioned Allcare Orthotics and Prosthetics as a leader in the industry.

Baker Orthotics & Prosthetics

Contact

https://www.baker-oandp.com/

Baker Orthotics & Prosthetics has been producing custom-fabricated devices of the highest quality since 1946. Many advances have been made in the field of O&P, but the Baker philosophy of hard work and putting the patient first has not changed. We believe in embracing the newest technology and latest innovations to provide the best results for each of our patients.

Bulow O and P

Contact

https://www.bulowops.com/

BCP Group is a practice management company based in Nashville, Tennessee, dedicated to enhancing the viability of the independent, clinician-driven O&P practice model. We make ownership investments in high-quality clinical practices and provide behind-the-scenes business support and resources that enable our partners to focus on patient care and practice growth. As of November 2015, our growing group of member clinics operates 21 clinic locations in seven states.

Comfort Prosthetics & Orthotics

https://comfortprosthetics.com/content/contact

https://comfortprosthetics.com/

Comfort Prosthetics & Orthotics began in 1999 when Robert Maniere Jr. CPO, CPed, FAAOP created a custom prosthetic & orthotic firm that would strive to achieve the highest prosthetic standards, innovate prosthetic solutions, and commit itself to successful patient outcomes.

Creative Technology Orthotic & Prosthetic Solutions

Locations

https://ctechops.net/

Creative Technology Orthotic & Prosthetic does more than create orthotics and prosthetics … we give people back their independence, mobility and lives. At Creative Technology, we combine our experience with the latest technology to solve the physical challenges of our patients. We specialize in creating and fitting upper and lower extremity prosthetic limbs and orthotics for patients of all ages, even children. Our expert team works closely with the patient’s physician, family and team to ensure the patient’s needs are being met and that they are happy with the prosthetic and orthotic care and services they receive.

Excel Prosthetics

Excel Prosthetics & Orthotics
115 Albemarle Ave. SE
Roanoke, VA 24013
540/982-0205

https://www.excel-prosthetics.com/

At Excel, we realize that each person has different circumstances, needs, goals, fears, and hopes. So our team of certified practitioners and technicians will design just the right prosthetic or orthotic device to make a perfect fit. Both physically and emotionally.

Hanger Clinics

877/ 442-6437

https://hangerclinic.com/

Hanger, Inc. delivers orthotic and prosthetic patient care, products, services, and therapeutic solutions that empower our patients, customers and partners.

INNOVATIVE ORTHOTICS & PROSTHETICS, INC.

Contact

https://www.innovativeprosthetics.net/

Adopting a unique approach for our patients and striving for”better care” for our partnering clinics and hospitals is the motto of Innovative Prosthetics and Orthotics. We help you to embark on a journey to a better rehabilitation experience. We prioritize our patients over everything else and this is why we keep evolving and finding different and better ways to provide innovative services to all our patients, partnering clinics and hospitals.

Medical Center Orthotics & Prosthetics

Contact MCOP

https://mcopro.com/

At Medical Center Orthotics & Prosthetics (MCOP), our mission is to empower amputees to Move Forward by offering personalized limb designs and the most advanced prosthetic technologies. From our headquarters in Silver Spring, MD and our other prosthetic offices in Washington D.C., Maryland, Boston, Virginia, and Malta, we proudly and passionately treat all types of prosthetic needs.

Next Step Bionics & Prosthetics

Contact Us

https://nextstepbionicsandprosthetics.com/

Next Step Bionics and Prosthetics, Inc. was founded by President Matt Albuquerque in August 1996. Since then, bionic and prosthetic technologies have advanced, and other prosthetic providers have come and gone. Our company has embraced the changes and continues to grow, as we remain dedicated to helping men, women, and children receive quality prosthetic care.

Northeast Orthotics and Prosthetics

765 Allens Avex Suite 250 Providence, Rhode Island 02905 401/437-8016

http://www.northeastoandp.com/

Northeast Orthotics and Prosthetics located in Providence, Rhode Island specializes in custom made orthotic and prosthetic devices for people of all ages. We also carry elite brands of off-the-shelf products, and a variety of medical surgical equipment. For 36 years, NEOP has provided in and out patient orthotic/prosthetic services in Rhode Island Hospital, a Level-1 Trauma Center, as well as the Miriam and Hasbro Children’s Hospitals, southern Massachusetts and throughout Rhode Island in our 2 convenient locations in Providence.

Nunnery Orthotic & Prosthetic

7408 Post Rd North Kingstown RI 02852

401-294-4210

mike@nunneryoandp.com

http://www.nunneryoandp.com/

At Nunnery O&P we are clinical problem solvers, not sellers of products. Custom building the most appropriate prosthetic and orthotic devices for our patients. Specialty Custom Services: 3D scanning and design, 3D printing; Cranial helmets/ Custom protective face masks. Aesthetic life like prosthetic restorations.

Prosthetics & Orthotics Associates

https://poacfl.com/?page_id=198

https://poacfl.com/

POA is your single source for quality prosthetic and orthotic products and services. Our staff is truly committed to improving the quality of life of each and every patient. Superior service and the finest prosthetic and orthotic products available are our premise.

Prosthetic Manufactures

Biodaptinc

https://www.biodaptinc.com/

https://www.biodaptinc.com/

BioDapt is a company that designs, manufactures and distributes high performance lower limb prosthetic components used for action sports and other similar activities. The goal is to manufacture the highest quality and highly versatile components that allow amputees to participate in sports and activities. This equipment can be, and is used by many elite adaptive athletes at the highest level of competition as well as the average person who just wants to get out and be active doing the sports/activities they enjoy.

Blatchford

US Office: 1031 Byers Road, Miamisburg, OH 45342 800-548-3534 customerservice@blatchfordus.com

https://www.blatchfordus.com/prosthetics/

We develop and manufacture products designed to offer individuals the best possible mobility, function, comfort and cosmesis after amputation or other pathology. The interaction of engineering and the medical science of prosthetics, that embodies our products, prioritise the wellbeing and long-term health of users. Through science, technology, and a clear focus on people, we make mobility possible.

Ossur

Headquarters: Grjothalsi 5, Reykjavik, 110, Iceland

https://www.ossur.com/en-us

At Össur Americas, we pride ourselves on continuously pushing the boundaries to create some of the most effective, non-invasive mobility solutions on the market today. True advocates of “Life Without Limitations’’, our focus is on Prosthetic, Osteoarthritis and Injury Solutions.

Ottobock

North American Headquarters 11501 Alterra Parkway, Suite 600, Austin, TX 78758 P 800 328 4058

https://www.ottobockus.com/

For more than 9 decades, our mission has been to restore and improve independence for people with mobility challenges. n the early 20th century, Otto Bock transformed the way prosthetic limbs were made. Instead of carving wood to fit a patient, he applied manufacturing techniques and created separate components (like knees and feet) that could be combined, altered or customized to create a limb that was still unique to each patient – but wasn’t built from scratch.

Running Blades

Did you know that most insurance companies will not cover the cost of running or sport-specific prosthetics? Here is a list of organizations that provide grants for running blades and sport-specific prosthetics to help you return to an active lifestyle.

A Leg Forever

P.O. Box 273
Stoneham, MA 02180
alegforever@gmail.com

http://www.alegforever.com/

A Leg Forever Charitable Foundation was established by Elizabeth (Liz) Norden in honor of her two sons JP and Paul Norden who each lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013. The foundation’s mission is to pay it forward and assist other amputees in their time of need just as JP and Paul were helped with overwhelming support following the marathon bombings.

Amputee Blade Runners

Amputee Blade Runners
356 24th Avenue North
Suite 300
Nashville, TN 37203
Amputeebladerunners@gmail.com

http://amputeebladerunners.com/

Amputee Blade Runners is a nonprofit organization that helps provide free running prosthetics for amputees. Running prosthetics are not covered by insurance and are considered “not medically necessary,” so this organization helps amputees keep an active lifestyle. Their goal is to provide a running prosthesis to one athlete in all 50 states by 2016. They currently have athletes in 24 states who serve as ambassadors to other amputee athletes.
To apply, you must fill out an application at amputeebladerunners.com/want-a-running-leg and send it to the address to the left or email it to

Challenged Athletes Foundation(CAF)

9591 Waples St.
San Diego, CA 92121
858/866-0959
caf@challengedathletes.org

http://challengedathletes.org/

To be eligible for a grant through the Challenged Athletes Foundation’s flagship program, Access for Athletes, an athlete’s physical disability must be recognized within the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) classifications. For more information, please visit the IPC Web site. Interested applicants may apply for grant funding for coaching fees, competition expenses or equipment.CAF does not discriminate based on age, gender, level of ability or sport, but does require applicants to demonstrate a clear financial need for their grant request.

The Born To Run Foundation

The Born To Run Foundation Inc.
10 Woodfall Road
Medfield, MA 02052

https://theborntorunfoundation.org/

The Born To Run Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) She said the accident has given her a new focus for her future, and she’s created the Born to Run Foundation™, a nonprofit that is dedicated to provide child amputees with a specific prosthetic that will allow them to run again. “I’m starting off with kids who’ve gone through what I’ve gone through,” she said. “Nobody realizes how expensive prosthetics are. I’ve been really lucky; I’ve had a couple foundations help me. We will help kids as well as adults that have to navigate through this new phase of life.”

The Heather Abbott Foundation

The Heather Abbott Foundation
181 Bellevue Ave., #407
Newport, RI 02840

https://heatherabbottfoundation.org/

The Heather Abbott Foundation is committed to helping individuals who have lost limbs due to traumatic circumstances get specialized prosthetic devices.
To apply for a grant through the Heather Abbot Foundation, fill out the form at heatherabbottfoundation.org/get-involved/apply-for-a-grant.

Wiggle Your Toes

Wiggle Your Toes
PO Box 385141
Bloomington, MN 55438
(612) 321-8637
Info@wiggleyourtoes.org

https://www.wiggleyourtoes.org/

Aaron Holm lost both of his legs in a horrific accident on January 2, 2007. But what shattered his body failed to dent his courage, strength and infectious optimism. He’s been helping others regain their positive energy and spirit ever since.

Armed with a laptop and a cellphone, Aaron started Wiggle Your Toes from his hospital bed. He educated himself, formed teams of friends and loved ones, and began charting a course to his new normal. Aaron returned home after only 19 days, joined his three children upstairs, and read them a story that night.

Aaron and his dedicated team built Wiggle Your Toes so others could not just get by but live life to its fullest. Through personalized support, practical answers, resources and tools, Wiggle Your Toes helps amputees in Minnesota and beyond keep looking and moving forward.

Prosthetic Covers

Alleles Design Studio

1-888-979-3576
info@alleles.ca

https://alleles.ca/

Unique, fashionable, custom designed prosthetic leg covers.

Art4Leg

ART4LEG, U Pekařky
484/1a, 180 00 Prague 8 – Karlín
420/603 796 248
art4leg@art4leg.com

http://art4leg.com/

The ART4LEG cover is shaped into the form of anatomic leg. The unique shape and surface of the cover can express the lifestyle and character of the person for whom it has been designed. Pure, perforated, patterned and organic designs are used to provide distinctive character of the cover. The individualized cover is attached to the prosthesis using high-powered magnets. Magnets hold the front and back panels tightly together while also making it easy to remove them. The fashionable style and sophisticated functionality of the cover gives the prosthesis a new dimension.

Fred’s Legs

Fred’s Legs
13300-56 S. Cleveland Ave. #119
Fort Myers, FL 33907
954/646-1026

https://fredslegs.com/

Fred’s Legs was started in 2001 by an amputee who was also a Certified and Licensed Prosthetist, Kurt Pauloz. Along with his wife Joanne, they recognized the need to create a unique and attractive look for Kurt’s prosthesis. As Joanne continued to sew him sleeve covers in different designs, strangers began to stop Kurt to admire and compliment his unique leg. It was then that they decided to share the idea of SleeveArt with amputees all across the world.

Limb Art

LIMB-art Ltd.
Nant-y-Lladron
Bylchau
Conwy
LL16 5SN

+44 7771 973982
info@limb-art.com

https://limb-art.com/leg-covers/

Award winning cool prosthetic leg cover designers and manufacturers.

Socket Socks

Homepage – Socket Socks

https://www.socketsocks.com/

The mission of Socket Socks is to inspire amputees around the world with comfortable and affordable prosthetic FASHION covers. Purchase fun and fashiobale socks that slip over your socket.

Unyq

2193 FILLMORE ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94115, USA
866/286 9773
hello@unyq.com

http://unyq.com/en-us/prosthetic-covers/order/

UNYQ is an industry-leading company with global reach, currently producing medical wears. We create, innovative mass customized products, re-imagining orthopedic devices using 3D printing to create products that heal or reflect you. UNYQ uses emerging technologies and creates next-generation products that are simultaneously aesthetically beautiful yet practical and functional, products that live close to our customers every day.

Adaptive Sports & Recreation

Are you looking to return to sports or recreational activities you once enjoyed or interested in trying out new ones? We compiled a list of organizations that provide adaptive sports and recreational programs and opportunities to persons with disabilities.

Adaptive Sports

Access Sport America

119 High Street, Acton MA 01720 978/393-1143 info@accessportamerica.org

http://www.accessportamerica.org/

AccesSportAmerica’s programs are designed to promote each person’s highest physical and athletic potential while cultivating social and emotional well-being. We seek to create a community where differences are diminished, blurred and often erased. We emphasize the need to “train for life” and design programs to build a community of relationships that last a lifetime.

Access Sport America

119 High Street, Acton MA 01720

978/393-1143

info@accessportamerica.org

http://www.accessportamerica.org/

AccesSportAmerica’s programs are designed to promote each person’s highest physical and athletic potential while cultivating social and emotional well-being. We seek to create a community where differences are diminished, blurred and often erased. We emphasize the need to “train for life” and design programs to build a community of relationships that last a lifetime.

Achilles International

Achilles International
315 West 39th Street, Suite 205
New York, NY 10018

https://www.achillesinternational.org/

Achilles International, a global organization operating in 25 countries including the US, transforms the lives of people with disabilities through athletic programs and social connection. Since our founding in 1983, we have empowered over 150,000 athletes of all ages and ability levels to participate in endurance events around the globe.

Adaptive Action Sports

Copper Mountain,
0184 Copper Road
Suite A1B, CO 80443
360/820-9268
info@ADACS.org

http://adacs.org/

We provide Action Sports recreation programs and high level snowboard training for youth, young adults and wounded veterans living with permanent physical disabilities.

Adaptive Sports and Recreation Association

619/336-1806 https://www.adaptivesportsandrec.org/

https://www.adaptivesportsandrec.org/

Adaptive Sports & Recreation Association’s mission is to provide sports and recreation activities for children and adults with physical disabilities to ensure opportunities equal to their peers. ASRA offers competitive league sports, recreational team sports, instructional camps, sports clinics, and other adaptive activities based on need and interest.

Adaptive Sports and Recreation Association

619/336-1806 

https://www.adaptivesportsandrec.org/

Adaptive Sports & Recreation Association’s mission is to provide sports and recreation activities for children and adults with physical disabilities to ensure opportunities equal to their peers. ASRA offers competitive league sports, recreational team sports, instructional camps, sports clinics, and other adaptive activities based on need and interest.

Adaptive Sports Association

PO Box 1884
Durango, CO 81302
970/259-0374

https://asadurango.com/

Located in Colorado, the Adaptive Sports Association offers summer and winter programs to individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities.

Adaptive Sports Center

Kelsey Wright Building, 19 Emmons Road, Mt. Crested Butte, CO 81225 970/349-2296 info@adaptivesports.org

https://www.adaptivesports.org/

The Adaptive Sports Center enhances the quality of life of people with disabilities through exceptional outdoor adventure activities. The successful programs the ASC provides are inclusive to families and friends, empower our participants in their daily lives and have a positive enduring effect on self-efficacy, health, independence and overall well-being.

Adaptive Sports Center

Kelsey Wright Building, 19 Emmons Road, Mt. Crested Butte, CO

81225 970/349-2296

info@adaptivesports.org

https://www.adaptivesports.org/

The Adaptive Sports Center enhances the quality of life of people with disabilities through exceptional outdoor adventure activities. The successful programs the ASC provides are inclusive to families and friends, empower our participants in their daily lives and have a positive enduring effect on self-efficacy, health, independence and overall well-being.

Adaptively Abled

109 Water Street #305, Beverly, MA 01915 781-367-6655 adaptivelyabled@gmail.com

http://www.adaptivelyabled.org/

Provides adaptive sports outings as well as in-person & virtual adaptive fitness and wellness programs for individuals with phyiscal disabilities

American Association of Adapted Sports Programs

P.O. Box 451047
Atlanta, Georgia 31145
404.294.0070
sports@adaptedsports.org

http://adaptedsports.org/

The AAASP provides education, assistance and information to schools and community programs on integrating and developing of adapted sports programs in schools. This group provides trainings to coaches and officials; their website links to rulebooks specific to adapted sports competition (e.g., wheelchair basketball, wheelchair football) and outlines the rights of students to have access to an adapted sports program.

American Collegiate Society For Adapted Athletics

P.O. Box 399
Kechi, KS 67067
acsaaorg@gmail.com

http://acsaaorg.org/

ACSAA is a 501(c) 3 not for profit public charity. The organization exists to further competitive athletic opportunities for disabled students at the college level through tournament style competitions. Schools may enter their information for their adapted athletics clubs and intramurals by going to our database, where they can also register for tournaments. For individuals wishing to start adapted athletics clubs or intramurals on your college campus, please visit our resource center.

American Physical Therapy Association (AAPT) Move Forward

https://www.choosept.com/ContactUs.aspx

https://aptaapps.apta.org/APTAPTDirectory/FindAPTDirectory.aspx

The APTA outlines various programs, organizations and other resources related to adaptive sports programs.

Amp Surf

PO BOX 1034
Pismo Beach, CA 93449
805/441-5271
surf@ampsurf.org

https://ampsurf.org/

AmpSurf operates through 4 chapters in the United States located in; California, New England, New York and the Pacific Northwest. These chapters have been developed to reach the one in five Americans living with a life-long disability and those that come to us from around the world. These Men, Women and children are looking for ways to feel whole again and to fit into ‘normal’ life.

Angel City Sports

2355 Westwood Boulevard #1139
Los Angeles, CA, 90064
424/286-4227
INFO@ANGELCITYSPORTS.ORG

http://angelcitysports.org/

Angel City Sports provides year-round free adaptive sports opportunities for kids, adults and veterans with physical disabilities or visual impairments. In addition to providing free equipment, coaching and competitive opportunities – Angel City focuses on how every individual can reach their full potential and unlock their dreams through music, art, higher education and career opportunities.

Blaze Sports America

BlazeSports America
3000 Business Park Drive, Suite A
Norcross, GA 30071
404/270-2000
info@blazesports.org

https://blazesports.org/

Changing the lives of individuals with physical disabilities through adaptive sports.We serve kids and veterans with physical disabilities including spina bifida, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, dwarfism, amputations, and visual impairments, among others. Our programs provide our community with the opportunity to increase physical activity, create new friendships, develop new skills, increase independence and experience success in school and employment.

Central California Adaptive Sports

P.O. Box 147, Shaver Lake, CA 93664 559/593-2504 info@centralcaladaptive.org

https://www.centralcaladaptive.org/

CCASC provides year-round adaptive recreation and adventure programming. Our programs incorporate the latest equipment and therapeutic recreation practices, facilitate activities in a professional manner, and collaborate with other organizations, with the goal of providing programming that has a lasting impact on the quality of our participant’s lives.

Central California Adaptive Sports

P.O. Box 147, Shaver Lake, CA 93664

559/593-2504

info@centralcaladaptive.org

https://www.centralcaladaptive.org/

CCASC provides year-round adaptive recreation and adventure programming. Our programs incorporate the latest equipment and therapeutic recreation practices, facilitate activities in a professional manner, and collaborate with other organizations, with the goal of providing programming that has a lasting impact on the quality of our participant’s lives.

Challenge Aspen

P.O. Box 6639
Snowmass Village,
CO 81615
970.923.0578
info@challengeaspen.org

https://challengeaspen.org/

Challenge Aspen is dedicated to impacting lives through year-round adaptive experiences for individuals faced with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. Challenge Aspen creates life-changing opportunities by encouraging participation in activities designed to redefine limits, recognize abilities, and transfer newfound courage to everyday life.

Challenged Athletes Foundation(CAF) – Adaptive Sports Organizations By State

https://www.challengedathletes.org/adaptive-sport-organizations/

A listing of all adaptive sports organizations by state.

Challenged Athletes Foundation(CAF) – Adaptive Sports Organizations By State

https://www.challengedathletes.org/adaptive-sport-organizations/

A listing of all adaptive sports organizations by state.

Colorado Adaptive Sports

(303) 564-9375 info@coloradoadaptivesports.org

http://coloradoadaptivesports.org/

CASF manages, promotes and raises funds for adaptive team sports across the state of Colorado, including wheelchair basketball, sled hockey, wheelchair softball, wheelchair lacrosse, adaptive curling and power soccer, representing over 200 adult and junior athletes. Providing these services allows the athletes and coaches for the teams represented by CASF to focus on learning, playing and teaching their respective sports.

Colorado Adaptive Sports

(303) 564-9375

info@coloradoadaptivesports.org

http://coloradoadaptivesports.org/

CASF manages, promotes and raises funds for adaptive team sports across the state of Colorado, including wheelchair basketball, sled hockey, wheelchair softball, wheelchair lacrosse, adaptive curling and power soccer, representing over 200 adult and junior athletes. Providing these services allows the athletes and coaches for the teams represented by CASF to focus on learning, playing and teaching their respective sports.

Crossroads Adaptive Athletic Alliance

http://crossroadsalliance.org/contact/

http://crossroadsalliance.org/

Crossroads Alliance is a nonprofit group focused on maximizing inclusion in sports training and competition. They provide tips, best practices and understanding of the needs of adaptive athletes and highlight gyms, nonprofits and businesses support adaptive athletes. A seminar series aimed at educating coaches on inclusionary practices for adaptive athletes is also available on their website.

Dare 2 Tri

Dare2tri
516 N. Ogden Ave., #172
Chicago, IL 60642
312/967-9874
info@dare2tri.org

https://dare2tri.org/

Dare2tri is an Illinois-based 501(c)3 non-for-profit organization with the mission to enhance the lives of individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments by building confidence, community, health and wellness through swimming, biking, and running.

Endeavor Games

https://www.endeavorgames.com/about/

https://www.endeavorgames.com/

The Endeavor Games exists to create competitive, fun, safe and high quality sport competitions for athletes with physical disabilities throughout the United States.

Endevaor Games

University of Central Oklahoma
Department of Wellness and Sport
100 N. University Drive, Box 99
Edmond, OK 73034

https://www.endeavorgames.com

The Endeavor Games exists to create competitive, fun, safe and high quality sport competitions for athletes with physical disabilities throughout the United States.

Footprints Adventures

7154 S. Eudora Court
Centennial CO 80122
720445-5238

http://www.footprintsadventures.org/

Footprints Adventures provides adaptive adventure travel for individuals with limb difference and amputations. Have an adventure like never before. Challenge yourself, accomplish new goals and travel to great places; while camping under the stars with peers.

Ignite Adaptive Sports

Ignite Adaptive Sports
P.O. Box 19016
Boulder, CO 80308-2016

https://igniteadaptivesports.org/

Ignite Adaptive Sports provides safe, fun and affordable instruction in alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing to people with any disability to enhance their quality of life.

International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation

IWAS HQ, Aylesbury College, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP21 8PD, UK

https://iwasf.com/

The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) is one of the world’s leading organisations for the development of Para sports. Alongside a membership of more than 80 countries around the world, IWAS is passionate about offering as many competition opportunities as possible for athletes with physical impairments.

Move United

451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 608
Rockville MD 20850
301/217-0960

https://www.moveunitedsport.org/

The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.

National Ability Center

NATIONAL ABILITY CENTER
1000 Ability Way
Park City, UT 84060
435/649.3991

https://discovernac.org/

The National Ability Center is a nonprofit organization that offers both seasonally and year-round inclusive programs such as skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, rock climbing and swimming. Camps and programs are held on-site near the NAC’s facility in Park City, Utah.

National Ability Center

NATIONAL ABILITY CENTER
1000 Ability Way
Park City, UT 84060
435/649-3991

https://discovernac.org/

The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.

National Alliance For Accessible Golf

National Alliance For Accessible Golf
2061 NW 21ST Terrace
Bldg. 4-103
Staurt FL, 34994
772/233-1879
info@accessgolf.org

https://www.accessgolf.org/

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) is the leader in inclusion— working to ensure the opportunity for all individuals with disabilities to play the game of golf. Formed in the summer of 2001, the National Alliance is represented by major golf, recreation and therapeutic organizations in the United States; organizations that provide services for people with disabilities; and others who advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities into society.

National Amputee Golf Association

National Amputee Golf Association
215 Elizabeth St.
Montrose, Michigan 48457

http://nagagolf.org/

NAGA currently has over 2,000 members in the United States and some 200 players from 17 other countries. In addition to its national tournaments and National Senior Championship, the NAGA sponsors local and regional tournaments throughout the country. Perhaps NAGA’s highest visibility occurred as a result of the highly popular First Swing Program which teaches adaptive golf to people with physical disabilities. Currently, over 30 clinics are held across the U.S. every year. The Golf for the Physically Challenged program has enabled many to realize first hand that they can play the game and have fun in an outdoor sport. To assist a growing number of physical, occupational, and recreational therapists, who realized the adaptability of golf as a rehabilitation medium, NAGA brought its First Swing program to hospitals and rehabilitation centers throughout the U.S. in 1989. Hundreds upon hundreds of amputees and physically challenged individuals have rediscovered their sense of personal pride through their participation in these NAGA golf programs.

National Amputee Golf Association

National Amputee Golf Association
215 Elizabeth St.
Montrose, Michigan 48457

http://nagagolf.org/

NAGA currently has over 2,000 members in the United States and some 200 players from 17 other countries. In addition to its national tournaments and National Senior Championship, the NAGA sponsors local and regional tournaments throughout the country. Perhaps NAGA’s highest visibility occurred as a result of the highly popular First Swing Program which teaches adaptive golf to people with physical disabilities. Currently, over 30 clinics are held across the U.S. every year. The Golf for the Physically Challenged program has enabled many to realize first hand that they can play the game and have fun in an outdoor sport. To assist a growing number of physical, occupational, and recreational therapists, who realized the adaptability of golf as a rehabilitation medium, NAGA brought its First Swing program to hospitals and rehabilitation centers throughout the U.S. in 1989. Hundreds upon hundreds of amputees and physically challenged individuals have rediscovered their sense of personal pride through their participation in these NAGA golf programs.

National Federation For Disabled Archers

bowtwang@charter.net
320-634-3660

http://www.uffdaclub.com/

If you are a physically challenged hunter looking for unique bowhunting adventures, the United Foundation For Disabled Archers (UFFDA) has the opportunity you have been searching for. Each year, seasoned bowhunting volunteers sponsor free bowhunts for UFFDA’s disabled members and we would consider it a privilege to entertain you on one of these hunts each year.

NCHPAD

4000 Ridgeway Drive
Birmingham, Alabama – 352091
800/900-8086
email@nchpad.org

https://www.nchpad.org/

Founded in 1999, the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is a public health practice and resource center on health promotion for people with disability. NCHPAD seeks to help people with disability and other chronic health conditions achieve health benefits through increased participation in all types of physical and social activities, including fitness and aquatic activities, recreational and sports programs, adaptive equipment usage, and more.

New England Disabled Sports

NEDS @ Loon Mountain
603/745.9333
info@nedisabledsports.org

NEDS @ Bretton Woods
603/278.3398
infobw@nedisabledsports.org

https://nedisabledsports.org/

New England Disabled Sports (NEDS) is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization, providing adaptive sports instruction to students of varying abilities that meet the Essential Eligibility Criteria . It is through the generous donations of individuals, corporations and foundations that close to 600 student-athletes living with disabilities are able to enjoy adaptive sports year-round.

Northeast Passage

121 Technology Drive, Suite 161, Durham, NH 03824 603/862-0070 northeast.passage@unh.edu

https://www.nepassage.org/

The mission of Northeast Passage is to empower people living with disabling conditions, both visible and invisible, to define, pursue and achieve whole life health, community engagement and fulfillment through the purposeful use of sports and recreation; to develop and promote best practices in the fields of Therapeutic Recreation and Adaptive Sports. Northeast Passage does this by developing, delivering, and evaluating innovative barrier-free recreation and health promotion programs. Our guiding principles are promoting client independence through education and problem solving, creating opportunities, and collaborating with others to create a strong network of accessible recreation.

Northeast Passage

121 Technology Drive, Suite 161, Durham, NH 03824

603/862-0070

northeast.passage@unh.edu

https://www.nepassage.org/

The mission of Northeast Passage is to empower people living with disabling conditions, both visible and invisible, to define, pursue and achieve whole life health, community engagement and fulfillment through the purposeful use of sports and recreation; to develop and promote best practices in the fields of Therapeutic Recreation and Adaptive Sports. Northeast Passage does this by developing, delivering, and evaluating innovative barrier-free recreation and health promotion programs. Our guiding principles are promoting client independence through education and problem solving, creating opportunities, and collaborating with others to create a strong network of accessible recreation.

NSCD

National Sports Center for the Disabled
Empower Field at Mile High
1801 Mile High Stadium Circle, #1500
Denver, CO 80204

https://nscd.org/

For more than 50 years, we’ve led the way in redefining adaptive outdoor experiences. We’ve helped participants reignite a passion for playing and competing in the great outdoors. We’ve re-invented adaptive equipment, technology and coaching methods. And we’ve helped our athletes, and the world, #RethinkAbility

NubAbility Athletics Foundation

NubAbility Athletics
221 E Main St.
Du Quoin, Illinois
618/ 357-1394
info@nubability.org

http://nubability.org/

NubAbility Athletics is a nonprofit organization that offers sport camps and clinics for kids across the nation. One-on-one coaching and mentoring is also provided in 26 sports.

Outdoors For All

6344 NE 74th St
Suite 102, Seattle WA 98115
206/838-6030
info@outdoorsforall.org

https://outdoorsforall.org/

The Outdoors for All Foundation transforms lives through outdoor recreation. Founded in 1979 in the Pacific Northwest, Outdoors for All is a national leader in delivering adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities. Each year more than 3,000 individuals exercise their abilities thanks to the training and support of more than 850 volunteers. Outdoors for All enriches the lives of individuals with disabilities and families and helps them to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Outdoors for All’s programs includes snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country and downhill skiing, cycling, mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, youth and adult day camps, yoga, military programs, weekend excursions and custom events.

Paradox Sports

Paradox Sports
PO Box 273
Eldorado Springs, CO 80025
720/638-5593
info@paradoxsports.org

https://www.paradoxsports.org/

Since 2007 Paradox Sports has helped grow climbing opportunities nationally for people with disabilities through the Adaptive Climbing Initiative and annual world-class rock and ice climbing trips. In Spring 2019, we worked collaboratively with the Paradox Sports Board of Directors, staff, and community members to draft our Strategic Plan (2020-2022). This plan will guide our goals, strategies and objectives for the next three years, in the interest of increasing program impact and individuals served.

PVA Adaptive Sports

801 Eighteenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20006-3517
800/424-8200

https://pva.org/adaptive-sports/

We are looking forward to keeping you active and safe by continuing our virtual events into 2021, as well as giving you the opportunity to participate in new activities we have planned for this year. Please check out our virtual events page for a variety of current activities that you can participate in from the comfort of your own home. We encourage you to keep checking the website and our Facebook page for event updates.

Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports

35465 US Hwy 40, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 970/870-1950 info@steamboatstars.com

https://steamboatstars.com/

STARS mission is to empower and enrich lives through adaptive recreational activities. STARS was formed in 2007 by a group of parents, ski instructors, and management from Steamboat Ski Corporation to help provide improved winter recreational opportunities for people with disabilities. In 2010 STARS was contracted by Steamboat Ski Corporation to be the exclusive operator all winter adaptive lessons and programs for the Steamboat Ski area. Since then STARS has grown to offer year-round programming on and off the mountain.

Team Some Assembly Required

549 3rd Street
Portsmouth, OH 45662
info@teamsar.org

https://www.teamsar.org/

Team Some Assembly Required (SAR) is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization founded by veterans and comprised of veteran and civilian adaptive athletes and their supporters whom are dedicated to the growth and expansion of competitive adaptive sports across multiple disciplines. Founded by Dale King and Derick Carver, former US Army officers, veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Telluride Adaptive Sports

568 Mountain Village Blvd, Suite 101, PO Box 2254, Telluride, CO 81435 970/728-5010 tasp@tellurideadaptivesports.org

https://www.tellurideadaptivesports.org/

TASP is highly recognized for our successful adaptive ski program which has been in operation as an independent non-profit organization since 1996. Our team of professional ski and snowboard instructors and trained volunteers provide lessons, ski buddies, and guiding services seven days a week from late November through early April at the Telluride Ski Area. TASP also offers a variety of summer activities including adaptive cycling, mountain biking, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, fishing, overnights, and 4WD tours. TASP is a leader in providing results-oriented adaptive recreational activities. At TASP, people with disabilities take on the challenges of demanding outdoor activities and achieve amazing success. We are thrilled to share some of our recent accomplishments.

Telluride Adaptive Sports

568 Mountain Village Blvd, Suite 101, PO Box 2254, Telluride, CO

81435 970/728-5010

tasp@tellurideadaptivesports.org

https://www.tellurideadaptivesports.org/

TASP is highly recognized for our successful adaptive ski program which has been in operation as an independent non-profit organization since 1996. Our team of professional ski and snowboard instructors and trained volunteers provide lessons, ski buddies, and guiding services seven days a week from late November through early April at the Telluride Ski Area. TASP also offers a variety of summer activities including adaptive cycling, mountain biking, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, fishing, overnights, and 4WD tours. TASP is a leader in providing results-oriented adaptive recreational activities. At TASP, people with disabilities take on the challenges of demanding outdoor activities and achieve amazing success. We are thrilled to share some of our recent accomplishments.

US Paralympics

27 S Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
719/632-551

https://www.teamusa.org/us-paralympics

This is the official website for the U.S. Paralympic team. It also includes a Paralympics club locator for various sports. Sports available for individuals with limb loss/limb difference include: archery, basketball, cycling, equestrian, fencing, rowing, shooting, swimming, tennis, track & field, volleyball, skiing, biathlon, sled hockey, and many others.

USA Patriots

Desiree Ellison – Executive Director
USA Patriots Amputee Softball Team
P.O. Box 75345 Tampa, FL 33675
607/227-4480
desiree@thewwast.org

https://usapatriotsathletics.org/

The USA Patriots, formerly known as the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST), is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to bring athletic and veteran amputees together to promote the benefits of inclusive sport and therapeutic recreational activities.

Waypoint Adventure

453 Concord Ave, Lexington, MA 02421 781/325-7980 info@waypointadventure.org

https://www.waypointadventure.org/

Waypoint Adventure is a non-profit educational organization founded in 2010 that uses quality experiential and adventure-based programs to transform the lives of individuals with disabilities and their communities. These programs are not just about having fun on a boat ride, climbing high on a rock or sliding down a zip line – They are about positive individual and group development. They’re about building social and character skills, forming teams and transforming people’s views of themselves and their abilities. Waypoint believes that all people, regardless of ability, will have opportunities for adventure, and through them realize their personal value, strengths and abilities. The challenge faced and support discovered in these experiences challenge people to become stronger individuals and community members.

Waypoint Adventure

453 Concord Ave, Lexington, MA 02421

781/325-7980

info@waypointadventure.org

https://www.waypointadventure.org/

Waypoint Adventure is a non-profit educational organization founded in 2010 that uses quality experiential and adventure-based programs to transform the lives of individuals with disabilities and their communities. These programs are not just about having fun on a boat ride, climbing high on a rock or sliding down a zip line – They are about positive individual and group development. They’re about building social and character skills, forming teams and transforming people’s views of themselves and their abilities. Waypoint believes that all people, regardless of ability, will have opportunities for adventure, and through them realize their personal value, strengths and abilities. The challenge faced and support discovered in these experiences challenge people to become stronger individuals and community members.

Wheelchair Sport Federation:

6454 82nd Street, Suite 2
Middle Village, NY 11379
917/519-2622

https://www.wheelchairsportsfederation.org/

Wheelchair Sports Federation is a national nonprofit that provides opportunities for youths and adults with disabilities and wheelchair users to play sports recreationally and competitively. (Middle Village, NY)

World Team

National Headquarters World T.E.A.M
256 Marginal St, Ste 16c

Boston, MA 02128
855/987-8326

https://worldteamsports.org/

Since World T.E.A.M.‘s first inclusive program in 1987, our non-profit organization has used athletics to challenge adaptive men, women and children to accomplish goals they never thought possible. We strongly believe that “The Exceptional Athlete Matters.

World Triathlon – Paratriathlon

Maison du Sport International, Av. de Rhodanie 54, Lausanne CH -1007, Switzerland + 41 21 614 60 30 hdq@triathlon.org

https://www.triathlon.org/paratriathlon

World Triathlon is committed to supporting the development of para triathlon in which there are currently nine sport classes for athletes with an impairment competing over the sprint para triathlon distance of 750m swim, 20km bike (hand bike/tandem), 5km run (racing wheelchair) at all World Triathlon-sanctioned para triathlon events.

World Triathlon – Paratriathlon

Maison du Sport International, Av. de Rhodanie 54, Lausanne CH -1007, Switzerland

+ 41 21 614 60 30

hdq@triathlon.org

https://www.triathlon.org/paratriathlon

World Triathlon is committed to supporting the development of para triathlon in which there are currently nine sport classes for athletes with an impairment competing over the sprint para triathlon distance of 750m swim, 20km bike (hand bike/tandem), 5km run (racing wheelchair) at all World Triathlon-sanctioned para triathlon events.

Yoga For Amputees

https://www.yogaforamputees.com/contact

https://www.yogaforamputees.com/

Yoga for Amputees:The Essential Guide To Finding Wholeness After Limb Loss is a comprehensive guide for both amputees and the people who work with them. A must for any amputee wanting to reclaim their health and wellbeing after limb loss.

Adaptive Recreation

Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB)

CRAB P.O. Box 6564
Annapolis, MD 21401
info@crabsailing.org
410/266-5722

https://crabsailing.org/

Started in 1991 as a non-profit providing the thrill, freedom and therapeutic value of sailing to those with disabilities, recovering warriors and youth from at-risk communities.

Fly Fishing Resources

Olympic Peninsula Fishing Innovations
P.O. Box 1221
Sequim, WA 98382
360-775-4763
opfinnovations@gmail.com

https://www.fishagain.org/

Olympic Peninsula Fishing Innovations (OPFI) is a small 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that designs and
produces unique and adaptive devices that allow individuals with physical limitations to participate in
fly-fishing and fly-tying. The products are available at no charge to anyone who could benefit from the
adaptive design. After meeting individuals who were unable to enjoy these activities due to a lost limb,
trauma, or brain injury that impaired the function of their arm or hand, OPFI was formed and the
Evergreen Hand and Casting Partner products were developed.

Freedom’s Wings International

Freedom’s Wings International Inc. 51 Tulip St. Summit, NJ 07901
848/227-1957

https://freedomswings.org/

FWI provides the opportunity for people with disabilities to fly in specially adapted sailplanes, either as a passenger or as a member of the flight training program.

Infinite Flow Dance Comapny

14622 Ventura Blvd #102-373
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
949/267-8751
info@infiniteflowdance.org

https://www.infiniteflowdance.org/

Established in 2015, Infinite Flow is an award-winning Los Angeles based nonprofit and professional dance company composed of dancers with and without disabilities. Infinite Flow’s mission is to promote inclusion and encourage people to learn something new about themselves and the world around them.

International Wheelchair Aviators

82 Corral Drive,Keller, TX 76244
817/229-4634
wheelchairaviators@yahoo.com

http://wheelchairaviators.org/

International Wheelchair Aviators is a worldwide organization of pilots with and without disabilities.

Grants

A Leg Forever

P.O. Box 273
Stoneham, MA 02180
alegforever@gmail.com

http://www.alegforever.com/

A Leg Forever Charitable Foundation was established by Elizabeth (Liz) Norden in honor of her two sons JP and Paul Norden who each lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013. The foundation’s mission is to pay it forward and assist other amputees in their time of need just as JP and Paul were helped with overwhelming support following the marathon bombings.

Amputee Blade Runners

Amputee Blade Runners
356 24th Avenue North
Suite 300
Nashville, TN 37203
Amputeebladerunners@gmail.com

http://amputeebladerunners.com/

Amputee Blade Runners is a nonprofit organization that helps provide free running prosthetics for amputees. Running prosthetics are not covered by insurance and are considered “not medically necessary,” so this organization helps amputees keep an active lifestyle. Their goal is to provide a running prosthesis to one athlete in all 50 states by 2016. They currently have athletes in 24 states who serve as ambassadors to other amputee athletes.
To apply, you must fill out an application at amputeebladerunners.com/want-a-running-leg and send it to the address to the left or email it to

Challenged Athletes Foundation(CAF)

9591 Waples St.
San Diego, CA 92121
858/866-0959
caf@challengedathletes.org

http://challengedathletes.org/

To be eligible for a grant through the Challenged Athletes Foundation’s flagship program, Access for Athletes, an athlete’s physical disability must be recognized within the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) classifications. For more information, please visit the IPC Web site. Interested applicants may apply for grant funding for coaching fees, competition expenses or equipment.CAF does not discriminate based on age, gender, level of ability or sport, but does require applicants to demonstrate a clear financial need for their grant request.

Move United’s Survivor Adaptive Sports Fund

451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 608
Rockville MD 20850
301/217-0960

https://www.moveunitedsport.org/sports/survivoradaptivesportsfund/

The Survivor Adaptive Sports Fund is a program of Move United that offers adaptive sports grants to people with permanent physical disabilities who have been victims of gun violence or acts of terrorism. To be eligible to apply, survivors must have a demonstrated severe impact as a result of such event.

The Born To Run Foundation

The Born To Run Foundation Inc.
10 Woodfall Road
Medfield, MA 02052

https://theborntorunfoundation.org/

The Born To Run Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) She said the accident has given her a new focus for her future, and she’s created the Born to Run Foundation™, a nonprofit that is dedicated to provide child amputees with a specific prosthetic that will allow them to run again. “I’m starting off with kids who’ve gone through what I’ve gone through,” she said. “Nobody realizes how expensive prosthetics are. I’ve been really lucky; I’ve had a couple foundations help me. We will help kids as well as adults that have to navigate through this new phase of life.”

The Heather Abbott Foundation

The Heather Abbott Foundation
181 Bellevue Ave., #407
Newport, RI 02840

https://heatherabbottfoundation.org/

The Heather Abbott Foundation is committed to helping individuals who have lost limbs due to traumatic circumstances get specialized prosthetic devices.
To apply for a grant through the Heather Abbot Foundation, fill out the form at heatherabbottfoundation.org/get-involved/apply-for-a-grant.

Wiggle Your Toes

Wiggle Your Toes
PO Box 385141
Bloomington, MN 55438
612/ 321-8637
Info@wiggleyourtoes.org

https://www.wiggleyourtoes.org/

Aaron Holm lost both of his legs in a horrific accident on January 2, 2007. But what shattered his body failed to dent his courage, strength and infectious optimism. He’s been helping others regain their positive energy and spirit ever since.

Armed with a laptop and a cellphone, Aaron started Wiggle Your Toes from his hospital bed. He educated himself, formed teams of friends and loved ones, and began charting a course to his new normal. Aaron returned home after only 19 days, joined his three children upstairs, and read them a story that night.

Aaron and his dedicated team built Wiggle Your Toes so others could not just get by but live life to its fullest. Through personalized support, practical answers, resources and tools, Wiggle Your Toes helps amputees in Minnesota and beyond keep looking and moving forward.

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Mental Health

Losing a limb is a life-changing event. It can cause grief, pain, and change the way you perceive yourself. Every loss is a loss and leads people to experience the five stages of grief: Denial & Isolation, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. Some may move through each stage quickly, while others get stuck, move through stages out of order, or skip stages altogether. It is important to know that everyone experiences grief in their own way and in their own time. Problems can arise when an individual is stuck. However, there are so many amazing resources out there to help anyone who is struggling. There is no shame in accepting help.

Addictions

5 Penn Plaza
23rd FL
New York, NY 10001
800/926-9037
https://www.addictions.com/drug-alcohol-addiction/

https://www.addictions.com/drug-alcohol-addiction/

The mission of Addictions.com is to help individuals and families facing substance use disorders find the treatment they need. They hope that by providing a better understanding of addiction, and co-occurring disorders, they can remove the barriers to treatment many people face. The team at Addictions.com includes addiction specialists, medical experts, and writers who hope to educate people on the latest addiction problems, news, and treatment opportunities available to them.

Calm

https://support.calm.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

https://www.calm.com/

We’re the #1 app for Sleep, Meditation and Relaxation, with over 100 million downloads and over 1.5M+ 5-star reviews. We’re honored to be an Apple BEST OF 2018 award winner, Apple’s App of the Year 2017, Google Play Editor’s Choice 2018, and to be named by the Center for Humane Technology as “the world’s happiest app”.

Crisis Text Line

US and Canada: text 741741

https://www.massgeneral.org/orthopaedics/trauma/conditions-and-treatments/amputee-network

Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.

Mental HealthAmerica

https://screening.mhanational.org/contact/

https://screening.mhanational.org/screening-tools/

Mental Health America (MHA) founded in 19009 is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all. Our work is driven by our commitment to promote mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including: prevention services for all,
early identification and intervention for those at risk, integrated care, services, and support for those who need it with recovery as the goal.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255

https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

Psychology Today

115 E. 23rd St., 9th Floor
New York, NY 10010

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us

Psychology Today is devoted exclusively to everybody’s favorite subject: Ourselves. We’ve gathered here a group of renowned psychologists, academics, psychiatrists and writers to contribute their thoughts and ideas. We’re a live stream of what’s happening in ‘psychology today’. Our magazine, first launched in 1967, continues to thrive. Please sign up for a new subscription or manage your existing subscription. Psychology Today’s directory provides a comprehensive directory of therapists, psychiatrists and treatment facilities near you. If you’re a professional who’s not yet in the directory, please sign up.

Samaritans USA

Business phone; 212/673-3661
samscouncil@aol.com

http://www.samaritansusa.org/

Samaritans USA, the organization comprising the individual Samaritans centers operating in the United States, is a member of the worlds oldest and largest suicide prevention network, with 400 centers in 38 countries (from Argentina, Bosnia and Great Britain to India, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe). Samaritans centers provide volunteer-staffed hotlines and professional and volunteer-run public education programs, suicide survivor, support groups and many other crisis response, outreach and advocacy activities and programs to the communities we serve as well as those throughout the country.

LGBTQIA+

ADA Transit

17 Industrial Park Road Suite 6
Centerbrook, CT 06409
860/510-0429

https://estuarytransit.org/ada-paratransit/

9 Town Transit operates seventeen buses on four flexible routes (fixed stops with deviations) throughout the region, including connections to New Haven, New London & Middletown. Demand response service, known as Dial-A-Ride, is also available in all nine towns Monday through Friday. In addition, ETD provides Dial-A-Ride and fixed route service in Haddam and Dial-A-Ride service in Durham and East Haddam under contract with the towns. All services are open to the general public with no age restrictions.

The Trevor Project

866/488-7386

https://www.thetrevorproject.org/#sm.001yu3913181xeflr582ixmm6tgt2

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth.

Trans Community

195 41st St #11253
Oakland, CA 94611
contact@translifeline.org
877/ 565-8860

https://translifeline.org/

Trans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive.

Service Animals

Service animals have a long history of providing various forms of support for those with disabilities, including limb loss or limb difference. The loss of a limb often creates challenges that require modifications to your everyday routine. However, a trained service animal can make daily needs that might be difficult, a little easier.

4 Paws For Ability

253 Dayton Ave
Xenia, Ohio 45385
937/374-0385
karen@4pawsforability.org

https://4pawsforability.org/

Today, placing approximately 100 dogs a year, 4 Paws For Ability is the largest organization whose primary mission is to place service dogs with children and one of the only organizations to have no minimum age requirements. We place almost every type of service dog available and never turn down a child who does not “fit” into one of the traditional service dog categories. Our Multipurpose Assistance Dog is a dog that encompasses all those children who do not fit into the traditional service dog types and/or who have disabilities that fit into more than one type of dog trained.

Assistance Dog International

https://assistancedogsinternational.org/forms/contact-us/

https://assistancedogsinternational.org/

Assistance Dogs International, Inc. (ADI) is a worldwide coalition of not-for-profit programs that train and place Assistance Dogs. Founded in 1986 from a group of seven small programs, ADI has become the leading authority in the Assistance Dog industry.
Members of ADI meet regularly to share ideas and conduct business regarding educating the public about assistance dogs, advocating for the legal rights of people with disabilities partnered with assistance dogs, and the setting of standards and establishing guidelines and ethics for the training of these dogs.

Canine Companions

National Headquarters:
1-866-CCI-DOGS (224-3647)
P.O. Box 446
Santa Rosa, CA 95402-0446

https://www.cci.org/

Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs at no charge to the recipient.

Freedom Service Dogs

303-922-6231
7193 S. Dillon Court | Englewood, CO 80112
info@freedomservicedogs.org

https://freedomservicedogs.org/

Freedom Service Dogs was founded in 1987 as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization by Michael and PJ Roche. The Roches worked tirelessly to transform FSD from a local, two-person organization to one of the leading service dog training organizations in the country at a time when the assistance dog industry was in the early stages of development.
As FSD expanded, its leaders recognized a need for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to have additional support as they entered civilian life, leading to the launch of Operation Freedom, a program that provides custom-trained service dogs to veterans with disabilities.

Little Angels Service Dogs

NH: 1088 US Rt. 302
Bartlett, NH 03812

CA: PO Box 219
Jamul, CA 91935
info@littleangelssd.org
adoptions@littleangelssd.org

https://littleangelsservicedogs.org/

Little Angels Service Dogs is a charitable nonprofit 501c3 corporation that reaches across all of the United States partnering service dogs with the disabled. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality dogs to assist in the daily lives of our recipients.

NEADS Worlds Class Service Dogs

978/422-9064
P.O. Box 1100, Princeton, MA 01541

https://neads.org/

NEADS (“NEADS Inc”, formerly known as National Education for Assistance Dog Services and Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was established in 1976 and has trained over 1,800 Service Dog teams since its founding. NEADS is accredited by Assistance Dogs International, the internationally recognized governing body that establishes industry standards and practices.

Pet Partners

345 118th Ave SE #200, Bellevue, WA 98005
425/679-5500

https://petpartners.org/

Our Therapy Animal Program represents the best that the field of animal-assisted interventions has to offer. Volunteers in the Therapy Animal Program interact with a wide variety of clients including veterans with PTSD, seniors living with Alzheimer’s, students with literacy challenges, patients in recovery, people with intellectual disabilities, and those approaching end of life.
At Pet Partners, we believe that the human-animal bond is a mutually beneficial relationship that improves the physical, social, and emotional lives of those we serve. We are motivated by connection, compassion, and a commitment to sharing this meaningful bond with everyone who can benefit from time spent with an animal.

Service Dogs For America

Service Dogs For America
920 Short Street
PO Box 513
Jud, ND 58454
701/685-2242

https://www.servicedogsforamerica.org/

To train and certify service dogs for individuals with disabilities. To be part of a society in which individuals with disabilities are fully able to participate in social, educational, and occupational opportunities.

Warrior Canine Connection

14934 Schaeffer Road
Boyds, MD 20841
301.260.1111
info@warriorcanineconnection.org

https://warriorcanineconnection.org/

Warrior Canine Connection supports active duty Service Members and Veterans recovering from both the visible and hidden wounds of war. We accomplish our mission by raising and training highly skilled assistance dogs for Veterans with disabilities, and by providing our unique service dog training program called Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR). MBTR involves engaging Service Members and Veterans in the therapeutic mission of helping to train our future service dogs for a fellow Veteran. We provide our programs and services in several locations across the country, including Maryland, North Carolina, Colorado, and California.