Resources in the Community


ARCH Disability Law Centre

A Legal Resource Centre for People with Disabilities.



Providing community-based support to help Canadians who are blind or partially sighted achieve their goals and increase their independence. The CNIB Library is Canada's largest library of accessible materials for people with print disabilities.

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Main site link:


Council of Canadians with Disabilities

Working for an Inclusive and Accessible Canada.

DisAbled Women's Network Canada / RĂ©seau d'action des femmes handicapĂ©es du Canada 

DAWN-RAFH Canada is a national organization controlled by and comprised of women who self-identify as Women with disAbilities. We are from all backgrounds and all disAbilities. We are a feminist organization working to achieve control over our lives and end the stereotype that labels us dependent burdens on society. Our Network began in 1985. Our Society Status was received in 1992.

Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario

Mad Students Society (MSS)

A community of students who are attending or planning to attend post-secondary or adult education institutions and have personal past/present experiences with psychiatric/mental health systems.


National Association of Disabled Students (NEADS)

NEADS aims to encourage the self-empowerment of post-secondary students with disabilities.


Reach Canada

REACH aims to improve the quality of life for citizens with disabilities by offering lawyer referral and educational services at the community level.