Michigan Resources - Quick-Reference

Materials in Alternate Formats

 

Michigan Disability Rights Coalition

740 West Lake Lansing Rd Ste 400

East Lansing MI  48823

Phone: (517) 333-2477

MDRC is a statewide network of individuals and organizations that advances the issues of Michigan's disability community through grassroots activism, public education and advocacy. MDRC also provides alternate format services such as Braille and tape recordings.

 

Sign Language Interpreters

Both of these organizations schedule interpreters state-wide.

 

Michigan Association for Deaf, Hearing, and Speech Services

2929 Covington Court, Ste 200

Lansing MI  48912-4939

Phone: (800) YOUR-EAR

            (517) 487-0066 (voice)

            (517) 487-0202 (TTY)

 

Statewide Service for the Hearing Impaired (SSHI)

1631 Miller Rd

Flint MI  48503

Phone: (810) 239-3112

 

Training Provider

 

Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns

PO Box 30659

Lansing MI  48909

Phone: (517) 334-8000 (voice/TTY)

The Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns responds to and advocates on behalf of Michigan's 1.9 million people with disabilities. This is done through information and technical assistance, disability rights training, working with the Michigan Business Leaders Network on employment for people with disabilities, coordinating the Michigan Youth Leadership Forum and conducting disability awareness and sensitivity training. MCDC also includes the Division on Deafness, which deals with issues involving Michigan citizens who are deaf or hard of hearing.