Get information or make a complaint about paratransit transportation for people with disabilities.
Request for a new audible pedestrian signal for people who are blind or low vision.
Request a wheelchair accessible taxi for pick-up anywhere in the five boroughs.
Get help for an adult age 18 or older who has mental or physical disabilities or make a complaint about the Adult Protective Services program.
Report a problem with an assisted living facility or adult home.
Learn about services and rights for people who are blind or low vision.
Report a building or public space that does not meet local accessibility requirements for people with disabilities.
Get referrals, insurance, and other resources for chronically ill or disabled people 21 or younger.
Apply for, renew, or report a problem with a New York City Parking Permit for People with Disabilities.
Learn about ASL Direct, the City's direct video calling system for ASL users.
Apply for property tax benefits for people who have a disability because of a crime.
Learn about services and resources for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Attend an event to apply for or renew Rent Freeze and property tax benefits or get help with property tax value and the lien sale.
Learn about early intervention services for children under 3 with developmental delays.
Learn how people with disabilities can get help with accessing City programs and services.
Apply for property tax benefits for people with disabilities.
Renew the Disabled Homeowners' Exemption.
Report discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, and by members of the public.
Learn about the rules for bringing a non-service dog into a restaurant.
Donate, buy, or sell medical devices including wheelchairs, hearing aids, hospital beds, and scooters.
Learn about job programs for people with disabilities.
Get help if you have gotten an eviction notice and learn about the Homebase program.
Learn about a program that provides supervised living for adults with mental or physical disabilities.
Get free one-on-one professional financial advice for people with disabilities through the EmpoweredNYC program.
Call 911 to report any type of harassment, including sexual harassment, cat calling, and voyeurism.
Call 911 to report a hate crime.
Learn about insurance coverage, financial assistance programs, and benefits for people with disabilities.
Report a problem with home care services.
Learn about housing online resources, services, and benefits for people with disabilities.
Learn about Commission on Human Rights public programs and published materials.
Learn what to do when the Mayor issues an evacuation order for those living in hurricane evacuation zones.
Learn about centers that offer services for people with disabilities.
Get a guide to accessible transportation services, programs, and resources for older adults and people with disabilities.
Get information about choices for living at home or in a long term setting for seniors, and for children and adults with a disability.
Get referrals for support and services for family or friends caring for an older adult, or for older adults caring for a person of any age.
Learn about resources, referrals, and information about programs for people with disabilities.
Learn about property tax exemptions, abatements, and credits for homeowners, including eligibility and types of benefit programs.
Get help with SCRIE or DRIE, including appeals, transfers, and rent and account updates.
Apply for rental assistance for people with disabilities living in rent-regulated apartments. Also known as DRIE.
Renew the Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE) or Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE).
Report a problem with public school services for students with disabilities.
Learn about rules and licensing for service dogs who help people with disabilities.
Apply for, renew, or report a problem with a New York State Parking Permit for People with Disabilities.
Request educational support for students who are blind or have limited vision and students who are deaf or hard of hearing.