Virginia Disability Organizations


Blind/Vision Loss

Brain Injury

Cerebral Palsy

    Programs and services emphasize inclusion, independence, social skills and positive relationships between all individuals, regardless of their abilities. Ability Center of Virginia delivers programs and services to children and adults with disabilities throughout Hampton Roads, the Peninsula, Virginia’s Eastern Shore and the Commonwealth of Virginia. Currently over 520 families receive programs and services from the organization. Many families with a family member that has a disability do not have the financial resources to pay for the programs but no one is ever turned away.

  • UCP of Northern Virginia

  • Ability Center of Virginia (Formally Cerebral Palsy of Virginia)

Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Intellectual Disabilities

    The Arc of Virginia promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

  • The Arc of Virginia

Mental Health Association (MHA) in Virginia State

Virginia State National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Virginia (NAMI Virginia) was created in 1984 to provide support, education, and advocacy for individuals and families in Virginia affected by mental illness. Along with our community-based affiliates, we provide education, support, information, training, and resources, and engage in systems change policy advocacy. NAMI Virginia is located in Richmond, Virginia, where we are appropriately situated in close proximity to the state legislature.

  • Brain Injury Association of Virginia