Non-Emergency Transportation Services

Do you need help getting back and forth to your medical appointments? If you are on Medicaid, do not have access to a vehicle, and your physician can verify a medical need, you may be eligible for our Non-Emergency Medicaid transportation program. This program will assist you by providing you a ride to and from your Ohio Medicaid providers.

ACT Staff Takes on NCIL

In July, employees from The Ability Center traveled to Washington D.C. for the 2018 Annual Conference on Independent Living put on by the National Council on Independent Living.

"NCIL provided an opportunity to reinvigorate disability rights advocates from around the country, as the past two years have been a continuous battle.

Franklin Park TARTA Bus Stop

Franklin Park TARTA Bus Stop

Disability advocates from local groups including The Ability Center, The Fair Housing Center, Toledo/Lucas County Community of People with Disabilities, and Community Advocates for Transportation Rights (CATR) came together for a press conference welcoming the addition of a new Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) bus stop located near Charming Charlie at Franklin Park Mall on August 20.

This achievement is a culmination of several years of grassroots advocacy efforts to improve accessibility for people living with disabilities.

ACT Employee Bikes for Rotary District 6600

Tim Broud, Ability Center Community Living Coordinator, shares below about his experience with the Rotary and the impact his recent bike ride had on those in need. Tim rode 325 miles over a five day period during a recent Rotary fundraiser.

Each year, Rotarians and friends of Rotary gather to ride bicycles for Medical Equipment and Supplies Abroad (M.E.S.A.) in Rotary District 6600. M.E.S.A.’s mission is to ship medical equipment and supplies to areas of need around the world.

The Fair Housing Center and The Ability Center Accuses Moline Builders and JLJ Development of Blatant Design and Construction Violations

The Fair Housing Center and The Ability Center Accuses Moline Builders and JLJ Development of Blatant Design and Construction Violations

May 15, 2018

Today, a joint lawsuit filed by The Fair Housing Center, The Ability Center, and Brooklynn Park resident Jenny Tillman alleges that Brooklynn Park Villas, a 55+ housing community in Toledo, Ohio, was falsely marketed as accessible but exhibits glaring violations of The Fair Housing Act.

ACT Celebrates 800 Transitions

In early 2000, shortly after the Supreme Court’s “Olmstead” decision, The Ability Center (ACT), utilizing its own resources, established the first Nursing Home Transition Program in the State of Ohio. The Ability Center’s vision was to empower individuals residing in institutional settings with the choice of where they live and how they receive care in their own community.