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Reasonable Accommodation Resources

Reasonable accommodations enable qualified individuals with disabilities to fully participate all service programs and activities.

Once a person requests an accommodation, it is important to discuss with that individual what functional limitations or barriers exist that are preventing that person from fully participating in your program. Often, people with disabilities know what they need and how to secure it. If the person is not sure what they need or where to secure accommodations, the Governor's Office of Community Service is here to help.

https://erd.dli.mt.gov/human-rights/, (406) 444-2884 (Telephone Relay Service: 711)

Enforces certain state and federal laws that prohibit unlawful discrimination and is committed to providing quality education and training opportunities to all Montana residents.

https://montech.ruralinstitute.umt.edu/, Missoula Office: (406) 243-5511, Billings Office: (406) 657-2089

Provides technology, support, and services that improve the quality of life for Montanans with disabilities. Borrow assistive technologies and adaptive equipment and receive free help learning about loaned devices.

https://dphhs.mt.gov/detd/index, (406) 444-2590 (Voice/Text) 

A Division of Health and Human Services, Disability and Employment Transitions provide everything from Blind and Low Vision Services to Vocational Rehab.

www.askjan.org, (800) 526-7234 (voice) or (877) 781-9403 (TTY)

The leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on job accommodations and disability employment issues. Free practical guidance and technical assistance on job accommodation solutions.


Provides leadership and resources to assist state and other agencies in providing vocational rehabilitation and other services to individuals with disabilities.

https://www.va.gov/careers-employment (800) 827-1000 (voice)

If you have a service-connected disability that limits your ability to work or prevents you from working, Veteran Readiness and Employment can help. This program helps you explore employment options and address education or training needs.


Nonprofit organization or interpreters and transliterators for persons who are Deaf or hard of hearing. Provide training, exchange ideas, and adhere to the Code of Professional Conduct.


Fast and free, Telecommunications Relay Services allows persons with a hearing or speech disability to call persons with or without disabilities.


Video Relay Service is a form of communication that allows persons with hearing disabilities who use American Sign Language to communicate with voice telephone users through video equipment.


Easterseals is leading the way to full equity, inclusion, and access through life-changing disability and community services.