ADA Minnesota is a resource providing Minnesota citizens with disabilities, businesses, communities, government, universities and colleges assistance in implementing the ADA. It consists of a volunteer committee representing people with disabilities, government, businesses and non-profit organizations. Staff is housed at the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.

Services ADA MN provides to individuals, organizations, and businesses at no cost include:

  • Technical assistance and information about what the ADA covers and what is required for compliance
  • Education, trainings, conferences, and presentations
  • Publications with information on employment, accessibility, reasonable accommodations and more
  • Connections to a network of local and national agencies
  • Resources on accessible information and electronic technology in education centers
Funds are provided in part by the Great Lakes ADA Center with funds from the National Institute on Disability Rehabilitation and Research (NIDRR) Grant #H133A110029.