Company Name: River of Dreams/Daring Adventure
Address: 1946 W Morningside Dr19461946 W Morningside Dr W City: Phoenix
Description: Daring Adventures provides young people and adults the chance to experience wilderness adventure, regardless of disability, mental illness, or financial need. Ninety percent of contributions are used to provide accessible, supervised outdoor adventures and follow-up support, creating new opportunities and belief in oneself.
Company Name: Miracle League
Address: 11130 East Cholla Street, Suite # I-110
Phone: (480) 686-8137
Fax: (480) 668-3827
Description: The Miracle League of Arizona removes the barriers that keep children with mental and physical disabilities off the baseball field and enables them to fully enjoy America’s favorite pastime. Their mission is “to provide opportunities for children and adults to play Miracle League baseball, regardless of disabilities or special health care needs”. They strive to create a safe, enjoyable and successful environment. Players are assigned teams based upon ages and skill levels, and they are matched with a ‘buddy’ to help them participate and succeed.
Company Name: Leeden Wheelchair Lift and Sport
Address: 1704 E. Curry Rd., Ste 101
Toll Free: (800) 554-3761
Fax: (480) 966-6959
Description: Give Leeden Wheelchair Lift and Sport a call today, and let’s get you out and about. You’ll be able to explore the world with the right equipment.
Company Name: The Improbable Theater Company (ITC)
Address: 5025 E. Washington St., Ste. 200
Description: The Improbable Theater Company (ITC) is a non profit troupe of Phoenix based artist dedicated to the personal, social and political voices of people with disabilities. Our mission is to create and present artistic works that entertain, inform, and challenge audiences, while breaking down barriers of ignorance and heightening our community visibility beyond disability.
Company Name: Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center
Hours: 6:00 am – 8:30 pm
Address: 5031 E. Washington St.
Description: Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center is a 45000-square foot, $13 million dollar facility located in Phoenix, Arizona.
The SpoFit offers a wide variety of amenities to help people achieve their health and fitness goals. They have a fitness center with wheelchair accessible weight machines, an aquatic area equipped with lifts and elevators, accessible locker rooms, and more!
Company Name: Arizona Disabled Sports
Address: Broadway Recreation Center 59 E. Broadway Rd
Description: They provide sports and recreation opportunities for individuals with physical disabilities through our Arizona Heat Physically Challenged Programs.
Company Name: Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports
Address: P.O. Box 43062
Description: SAAS is a nonprofit 501c3 organization. Our mission is to support the community through promotion and provision of fitness, recreation, and competitive sports opportunities for people with disabilities. We offer wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, adaptive cycling and provide outreach/educational presentations & peer mentoring with area rehabilitation hospitals, community support groups and individuals. SAAS programs partner with various facilities including the Donna Liggins Recreation Center 2160 N. 6th Avenue Tucson, AZ (wheelchair basketball), Reffkin Tennis Center 50 S. Alvernon, Tucson, AZ (wheelchair tennis).
Adaptive cycling meets Saturdays (call for info) and other weekdays by appointment.
Company Name: Kelly Brush Foundation
Address: 7 Aspen Drive
City: South Burlington
Phone: (802) 846-5298
Description: The Kelly Brush Foundation was established by family and friends in 2006 after Kelly was injured in a ski race and suffered a spinal cord injury. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living with SCI by purchasing adaptive athletic equipment for those with financial limitations, advocating for improving ski racing safety, supporting research to treat and cure paralysis due to traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) and supporting the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team.7 Aspen Drive
Company Name: U of A Disability Resource Center
Address: 1224 E Lowell Street
Description: Carolyn Anderson is a great contact to have within the University of Arizona Disability Center. The information above is her contact info. Give her a call and see if she can help you find the information you are looking. The University of Arizona offers a wide selection of articles, journals, and books regarding all sorts of injuries including ones dealing with the spine.
Hours: 8-5 M-F
Description: Our Mission Promoting community integration by facilitating activities for those affected by brain injury while valuing the uniqueness of those individuals, to encourage peer mentoring and inspiring hope, strength, and joy.
We are an all-volunteer organization run by two people working out of homes to save on costs to the organization. Hours during the week vary, as we typically do activities on the weekends. However we do our best to answer all calls between 8 and 5 M-F or return withing 24 hours.
We provide activities and events for adult survivors of brain injury, their families and friends – and include community. Some activities are for ages 18+ and some are family friendly.
Phone: (303) 435-6116
Website based business relating to sports and wheelchairs
Description: The Access Pass is a free lifetime pass available to United States citizens or permanent residents regardless of age that have a permanent disability. The pass can be used at over 2000 federal recreation sites across the nation including national parks, national wildlife refuges and many national forest lands. The access pass admits the pass owner and any passengers traveling with him/her in a non-commercial vehicle at per-vehicle fee areas or the pass owner and three additional adults where per-person fees are changed. The access pass may also offer a discount on some expanded amenity fees such as camping. Discounts offered by the pass vary widely across the many different types of recreation sites. Pass owners are encouraged to check with sites they plan to visit before obtaining a pass to verify that their pass will be accepted. Anytime a pass is used photo identification will be requested to verify pass ownership.