Wheelchair Van Grants and Funds in Wisconsin

Are there disability vehicle grants in Wisconsin?

Residents of Wisconsin with disabilities are automatically qualified for various state-based grants with funds that may be applied to increase the quality of life or independence of the recipient. Included in this is a form of transportation, which, for someone with a physical disability, may be a new or used conversion van or a full-size van with an installed wheelchair lift.

Wheelchair van funds and grants in Wisconsin are often nonprofits or state agencies that require an application and proof of disability in order to submit a request for assistance.

For some, applying for Social Security disability benefits may be able to cover some of the costs associated with their disability or day-to-day lives. This could greatly improve their quality of life for residents of Wisconsin with a mobility or intellectual disability. To find your local Social Security office, click here

You can begin your search for wheelchair van grants in Wisconsin below. Remember to also check with your BraunAbility dealer for financial resources in your local area.

Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation

For people suffering from SCI or paralysis, a grant up to $10,000 for a specific need item.


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Great Lakes ADA Center

The Great Lakes ADA Center's mission is to increase awareness and knowledge to achieve voluntary compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This is accomplished within targeted audiences through customized training, expert assistance, and dissemination of information developed by various sources, including the federal agencies responsible for enforcing the ADA.



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National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS) - Upper Midwest

The Upper Midwest Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families and raise funds for critical MS research.



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National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS) - Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families and raise funds for critical MS research.



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Wisconsin’s Assistive Technology Program (WisTech)

WisTech provides persons with disabilities information on selecting, funding, installing and using assistive technology.



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Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA)

The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) works on behalf of Wisconsin's veteran community – veterans, their families and their survivors – in recognition of their service and sacrifice to our state and nation. Determine your eligibility for benefits and services which include, but are not limited to, education, employment, veterans' homes, memorials, and burials.



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WisLoan provides low-interest rate loans to help disabled people in Wisconsin to purchase assistive technology such as a wheelchair van.



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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 Wisconsin. BraunAbility is not affiliated with any organization listed and does not profit from the use of any business listed herein.