Alaska Wheelchair Van Grants and Funds
Are there disability vehicle grants in Alaska?
Alaska has programs and services to help aid residents in acquiring the mobility equipment they need. Some of these grants are condition-based, while others are community-based. Alaska provides several state grants and related funding that covers assistive technology devices, such as e-reader technology, wheelchair vans, wheelchair lifts, stair lifts, hand controls, and more. Each listing comes with a specific set of criteria that must be met in order to qualify for funds. Make sure you read through carefully as some listings are condition or age-specific.
Medicaid and Medicare are often the first resources people turn to when looking for funding for a wheelchair accessible vehicle or grants for vehicle mobility equipment. Read this post from the BraunAbility Article Library to learn more about what Medicare covers.
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You can begin your search for wheelchair van grants in Alaska below. Remember to also check with your BraunAbility dealer for financial resources in your local area.
Alaska Developmental Disabilities (DD) Mini-Grants
Maximum of $2,500 a year for people with developmental disabilities, and for youth enrolled in early intervention or an infant learning program. Grant goes to an agency on behalf of the beneficiary.
Assistive Technology Loan Fund
Flexible loan option, lower interest rates and a longer repayment period. The loans are to be used to purchase assistive technology.
The Homer Foundation
Restricted to areas within the southern Kenai Peninsula, from Ninilchik south including the communities across Kachemak Bay. Grants available for the betterment of the community and individuals of the above-listed region.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS) - Greater Northwest
The Greater Northwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families and raise funds for critical MS research.
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Restricted to: 501(c)(3) Public Charities. Supports projects with grants that result in increased earnings, increased access to economic resources (housing, health care, or childcare), improved credit scores, and accumulation of assets (savings, homeownership, education) for low-income families and individuals.
State of Alaska Office of Veterans Affairs (VA)
The Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs' mission lies in both active military and veteran services to help improve the quality of their lives.
Disclaimer: Please note that the information contained in this listing is intended as an additional resource to your shopping experience and not a compilation of every resource in Alaska. BraunAbility is not affiliated with any organization listed and does not profit from the use of any business listed herein.