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(formerly Amblicab)
A nonprofit that provides transportation and homecare services to individuals with disabilities, older adults, and those experiencing financial challenges.


(719) 633-4601

Fountain Valley Senior Center

Provides transportation for seniors in the Fountain Valley area and Eastern El Paso County for medical/dental appointments, grocery shopping, meal sites, employment/ education, recreation and socialization at the Senior Center, personal appointments, etc. Wheelchair equipped. Any person age 60 and older or those who are non-elderly disabled (use a wheelchair) who live in Southern and Eastern El Paso County may be eligible.


(719) 520-6470

Metro Mobility

Mountain Metro Mobility is an ADA paratransit service provided for individuals who, because of their disability, are unable to use Mountain Metro fixed-route bus service.


(719) 385-7433

Silver Key

Silver Key’s transportation service provides door-through-door ADA accessible transportation for medical appointments, shopping, group meals, social activities, recreation trips, and more.


(719) 884-2300

Beo Mobility

Beo Mobility is a transportation service that accommodates ambulatory clients or those that use a wheelchair.


(719) 385-0200

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The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing provides currency readers, free of charge, to all eligible blind and visually impaired U.S. citizens and national residents.


(877) 874-4114

Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles

How to apply for a Disabled Placard from the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).


(303) 205-5600

TDD: (303) 205-5940


VisionAware helps adults who are losing their sight continue to live full and independent lives by providing timely information, step-by-step daily living techniques, a directory of national and local services, and a supportive online community.


Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

The Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation helps individuals with disabilities prepare for, obtain, advance in, and maintain employment by providing a range of services based on your individual employment needs and goals. Rehabilitation Counselors work closely with you to determine an employment goal and identify and arrange for the services needed to achieve this goal.


Colorado Springs office: (719) 635-3585

Colorado Center for the Blind

Colorado Center for the Blind offers several programs such as their independence training program for adults, youth programs, college prep, and senior programs, as well as training for professionals on blindness.


(303) 778-1130

Audio Information Network of Colorado

Provides its listeners with free access to recorded programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This service allows listeners to access audio programs online, through downloaded podcasts, on TV or over the phone. With recorded content from over 100 newspapers and magazines, this program provides listeners with everything from national news to local news and community events.


(877) 443-2001


Hadley offers distance education free of charge to anyone with a visual impairment, as well as the families and professionals who serve them. Today, Hadley serves nearly 150,000 individuals each year, from all 50 states and in 100 countries. Hadley is also the largest educator of braille worldwide.


(800) 323-4238

Colorado Talking Book Library

If you, or someone you know are not able to enjoy books or magazines because: you cannot see well enough to read conventional print; if a physical disability prevents you from handling the printed materials; or a reading disability causes you to be unable to read you may want to take advantage of the services offered by the Colorado Talking Book Library (CTBL).



Agency on Aging - Pikes Peak Area

The Age-Friendly Pikes Peak portal provides resources for older adults, caregivers and family members to age in place


(719) 471-7080

Independence Center- Colorado Springs Retirement Communities

The Independence Center is the local home of civil rights for people with disabilities. Working with individuals, their families, and the community, we create independence so that all may thrive. Unlike an assisted living center, our organization provides information, resources, and support to help people with disabilities live, learn, work, play, and participate in civic life as equals.


(719) 471-8181 ext 126


Therapeutic Recreation Program, Colorado Springs

The Therapeutic Recreation Program (TRP) provides opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities to acquire skills that enable them to participate in the leisure experiences of their choice and enhances their ability to function within a community setting. The TR staff provides advocacy and inclusion support for individuals with disabilities to enjoy general recreation activities, as well as specialized therapeutic programs.


(719) 385-5940

Free National Park Passes

A free, lifetime pass – available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States that have been medically determined to have a permanent disability (does not have to be a 100% disability) – that provides admittance to more than 2,000 recreation sites managed by five Federal agencies.


(888) 275-8747


VIBeS is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to enabling the blind and visually impaired to experience recreational activities through a shared vision. The goal is to provide physical fitness, outdoor and recreational activities for the participants, thereby increasing self-esteem, independence and personal growth.


(719) 357-0381

Tactile Museum

Tactile Museum makes art and archaeological exhibits multisensorial, making them accessible and entertaining for audiences that typically stay clear of museums. We make fragile artifacts touchable allowing the visually impaired, kids and the general public to experience art and archaeology in a way previously only available under carefully monitored setting.