Triangle partners with schools, community organizations, and businesses to promote integrated school-to-work career training and placement.

UMass Lowell’s DifferenceMaker program sponsors sporting events for individuals with developmental disabilities with help from college athlete volunteers.

Provides a variety of services for a network of parents, profes- sionals, and friends. Services include: social and recreation opportunities, workshops, public education, parent and sibling support groups, advocacy support, and respite.

Enhances the quality of life for people with disabilities by pro- moting a culture of dignity and respect and ensuring individual- ized services to maximize independence.

Free legal advice and representation to low-income and elderly persons, representing those with a denial of public benefits, disabled children and adults who are denied Social Security, domestic violence cases, housing, and landlord/tenant cases.

Assists families to affordable housing; regional provider of rental voucher assistance to disabled, and low/moderate income resi- dents of Boston and 29 surrounding communities.

Provides services and supports in Southern NH and Northeast Massachusetts for people with developmental disabilities includ- ing residential care, non-vocational day programs, shared living, independent living, family support and education & recreation activities.

Mission is to lend home-based health/hospital equipment to those in need. Recipients must be willing to promptly return equipment when no longer needed. Equipment is loaned free of charge and sponsored by Masonic Lodges across eastern MA.

Offers housing in family, individual shelter units, and transitional housing in Boston, Cambridge, and Medford. Also maintains Community Legal Assistance Service Project.

Offers intensive case management services, respite, flexible funding, support groups, Latino medical services, recreation, and residential services for persons with developmental disabilities.

Provides a compassionate and positive environment where children with complex medical, mental health and educational needs receive specialized care so that children can reach their fullest potential and live their best life.

The mission is to strengthen the life skills of families, children and individuals of all ages. Programs include early Childhood programs through Family Resource Center, Parent education, family Support programs and Teen Violence Prevention and Asset Building Programs.

Soccer training for active kids 7-18 years old with ambulatory cerebral palsy, stroke, or traumatic brain injury. CP Soccer is building a national league which includes a regional team, CP Soccer New England, practicing in MA from October to May. Plans include a summer 2020 camp and international tourna- ment in NJ.

A variety of adaptive rowing programs for youth and adults who have physical and intellectual disabilities, and veterans Approved USOC Paralympic Sports Club.