Vehicle modifications, home modifications, and mobility equipment are expensive, but there are options to help you. This section covers a wide range of organizations and financing options. Some only serve certain types of disabilities, so please review their guidelines carefully.
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|Adaptive Equipment Rebate Programs
|A comprehensive list of rebate programs offered by vehicle manufacturers
|Alternative Financing Program
|A resource designed to assist Arkansans with disabilities in obtaining assistive technology equipment and services designed to improve or maintain independence, to a better quality of life, and/or assist in becoming more productive members of the community.
|Brandl Mobility Financing & Loans
|Brandl Mobility is the nation’s number one source for financing wheelchair accessible vehicles and handicap van loans.
|Home Improvement Grants & Loans
|The Section 504 Home Repair program, also known as the Single Family Housing Repair Loans & Grants, offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development was set up to provide financial aid to low-income homeowners so they can repair, improve, or modernize their homes. The program also helps elderly and low-income homeowners remove health and safety hazards from their homes.
|Our House empowers homeless and near-homeless families and individuals to succeed in the workforce, in school, and in life through hard work, wise decision-making, and active participation in the community.
|SCORE (Spinal Cord Opportunities for Rehabilitation Endowment) is a non-profit organization that provides modest financial grants to people paralyzed while participating in sports or recreational activities.
|Sources for Independent Living
|Crutches, commodes, motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs, transfer boards, canes and other assistive devices are loaned to those in need. The Loan Closet is used by people who have temporary needs as they recover from a surgery, those with newly-acquired disabilities, people whose needs are evolving, and those who need to borrow something while they wait for a repair or replacement of their own equipment.