SBAWP partners with organizations throughout the area who provide products and services to individuals with disabilities. The links below will take you directly to the partner’s website.
ACCESS provides door-to-door, advance-reservation, shared-ride transportation to senior citizens and persons with disabilities throughout Allegheny County.
The Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU) is a branch of the Pennsylvania Department of Education and provides a wide array of high-quality, cost-effective educational services that benefit learners of all ages in Allegheny County.
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh and Lemieux Family Center, is an independent non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the health and well-being of infants and children through services which establish and strengthen the family.
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Spina Bifida Program provides comprehensive, coordinated inpatient and outpatient service for children of all ages with neural tube birth defects and spinal cord disorders.
Consumer Health Coalition (CHC) is dedicated to “inspiring a consumer movement to advance health and enhance access to quality, affordable health care,” targeting populations that are at-risk for experiencing barriers to good health and health care, including people with all types of disabilities.
The Disability Voting Coalition of PA (DVC of PA) is a growing, cross-disability organization of people committed to improving the voting experiences of people with disabilities.
McKesson Partners in Care is a national leader in the provision of specialty wound care dressings, urological and ostomy supplies.
Parent to Parent links parents and family members of children and adults with disabilities or special needs on a one-to-one basis according to conditions or concerns.
The Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) is a state agency that helps persons with disabilities help themselves to prepare for, start, and maintain a career.
Pittsburgh Cares increases community engagement through volunteerism and enhances the impact of regional service partners.
Reeve Connect – This interactive, safe space offers a number of opportunities for individuals, family members and caregivers to ask questions, share their experiences, and connect with those who understand the impact of paralysis.
Seubert & Associates is a full-service independent insurance agency whose mission is to help their clients protect and grow their business and personal assets, with six locations to serve you.
Spina Bifida University offers both live and archived seminars online on topics related to spina bifida.
United Cerebral Palsy/Community Living and Support Services (UCP/CLASS) is a nonprofit organization that offers a unique blend of flexible and individualized services to individuals with disabilities.
UPMC Adult Spina Bifida Clinic is located at UPMC Mercy Hospital, 1400 Locust St., Bldg D, Ste G-103, Pittsburgh, PA 15216. Phone 412-232-8903 or-1-877-647-3438.