Alliance of Disability Advocates, Center for Independent Living (Alliance), is committed to assisting people with disabilities to live independently and become productive full participants in society. As a small nonprofit, Alliance utilizes extensive networking and collaboration in order to meet the needs of people with disabilities. Click here to view the web page.
505 Oberlin Rd., Suite 148,
Raleigh, NC 27605
Phone (919) 833-1117 (V/TTY)
FAX (919) 833-1171
The ARC of North Carolina – Housing Resource page is an in depth guide to begin your search for housing options. Click Here to view the web page.Nicole Kiefer, Assistant Director of Housing Resources 343 E. Six Forks Road, Ste 320 Raleigh, NC 27609 919-782-4632 www.arcnc.org
Autism Society of North Carolina – Residential Housing Toolkit describes the options available from independent living to group living settings and helps parents begin planning for their child’s future by exploring financial options and teaching independent living skills. Finally, the toolkit describes the factors to consider when researching a group home. Click Here to view the ASNC toolkit web page.
Bed Availability Database (NC Dept of MH/DD/SAS) – Online, statewide database of group homes, IFC’s and supported apartments for people with developmental disabilities and mental illness. Click Here to view the web page.
The Serving Cup, Empowering adults with special needs. » Information about ongoing projects, including the Coffeehouses, Green Level Homes, and Building Independence. Click here to view the web page.
Your Choice Services Inc. Serving Citizens Across North Carolina with NC Innovations-IDD Services. AFL (Residential Supports), Community Networking, In-home Skill Building and other services. Click Here to view the web page.
3824 Barrett Drive Ste. #105
Raleigh, NC 27609