National Institute of Health Web site provides some general health resources, NIH news and events, on line library and research information.
National Institute of Mental Health Web site includes information on specific disorders and treatments, news and events, and research activities.
National Library of Medicine NIH site provides access to searchable medical databases.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Department of Health and Human Services department responsible for overseeing substance abuse and mental health services. Provides reports and statistical data, information on managed care, and grant and contract opportunities.
A. J. Pappanikou Center – Includes information on Connecticut’s University Affiliated Program.
National Early Childhood Technical Assistance System (NEC*TAS) – Web site for federally funded technical support program for early childhood education at the Frank Porter Graham Center at the University of North Carolina
National Rehabilitation Information Center – Funded by NIDRR (Nat. Institute on Disability Rehabilitation and Research) as a collection and information resource for NIDRR projects.
SEM for people with disabilites – Funded by the national science foundation with focus on science, engineering, math and other sciences for people with disabilties.
Office of Disability Employment Policy - The web site includes PCEPD publications, press releases, general information on the Committee, and contact information for state liaison organizations.
SSA Home Page – Information and publications on entitlement programs for people with disabilities.
United States Department of Justice Home Page – ADA information.
U.S. Department of Education – Information on research in special education.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Contains links to federal agencies that address families, prevention, etc.
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