promoting independence for all people with disabilities.
Every day, individuals with disabilities work with Resource Center for Disability Solutions to identify their unique needs and gain access to support their needs to live more independently.
Tell us your challenges
How Can We Support You Today?
We’re part of a statewide organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities thrive, and we utilize our 48 years of experience to connect our clients, and their caregivers, to a vast network of services that simplifies and improves daily life.
WHY CHOOSE RCDS?
Relationships & Collaboration
Because we work with any age and any disability, your needs are our priority and we work together to find solutions that fit your life.
RCDS is a dependable support system when you need us, as well as a valuable resource to help you gain more independence. Caregivers who support you can also find assistance and gain knowledge through us, making their help even more valuable to you.
Big or small, you want an answer. A solution. A next step. We understand that, so we invest our time and energy to find solutions and make it happen. And if we don’t know, we’ll find out.
Great free transportation for people with mobility issues. They provide clean vans and reliable service, The best part is that it was completely free.
This place is a resource center for those who need assistance of some sort., Highly recommended!
They do a great job .
When working with Resource Center for Disability Solutions (RCDS) you can depend on our commitment to an independent living philosophy. As a person with a disability, you are the expert on your life. We listen to your experiences to determine how you can best use and benefit from the services we provide. You deserve equal opportunity, the ability to participate in your community, to get a job, have access to school or recreational activities, and to have the opportunity to be more independent. RCDS helps make it happen.
Sheila’s Journey of Healing and Empowerment with RCDS
Sheila has osteoporosis and neuropathy in her leg, which causes her to limp when she walks. She was a caregiver for her son, her husband, and both parents. All of them passed away in quick succession, and Sheila was left feeling lost and alone. She experienced homelessness, rape, and abuse. She eventually moved to Florida to live with her other son, but she was still struggling to cope with her grief and trauma. Sheila met some of the people at RCDS and was immediately drawn to their warmth and compassion. RCDS connected Sheila to a literacy program and provided her with rides to her appointments. Sheila is now working on her GED!
Sheila is grateful for the help that she has received from RCDS. She says that they have been like a family to her. “They cared, they showed me love, and they loved me for my boldness,” she says. “I was grateful they even took me to get me out of the home.”
Sheila is now learning how to advocate for herself. She is determined to make a difference in the world, and she knows that RCDS will be there to support her every step of the way.