The Harlem Independent Living Center offers a variety of information and resources for people with disabilities in the Greater Harlem area and beyond!
Click on any of the links below to visit the resource.
MTA Custom Trip Planner
Let the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) help you plan your next trip with your needs in mind.
Reduced Fare Metro Cards
The MTA offers reduced fares for seniors (ages 65 and older) and people with qualifying disabilities. Learn more about reduced fare metro cards and how to apply.
Register to Vote
Exercise your right to vote. Your voice needs to be heard.
What voters with disabilities need to know about voting in New York City.
22 Apps for Disabled People
People with disabilities can use these assistive apps to make their lives a little easier.
A chronological list of selected national and international disability rights movement milestones dating back to the 1800s can be found on our Disability History page.
On our Financial Literacy page, you will find a series of Financial Literacy Training videos that are applicable to everyone but created with a targeted emphasis toward persons with disabilities.
New York Independent Living Centers
Visit the New York State Independent Living Council’s resource page for a listing of all independent living centers in the State of New York.
New York Association on Independent Living
Visit the New York Association on Independent Living website for information on advocacy for civil rights, independence, and full participation of all people with disabilities.
National Council on Independent Living
Visit the National Council on Independent Living website for information on how they advance independent living and the rights of people with disabilities.
Online College Guide for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
Visit Intelligent’s website for information on the online college guide for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.