Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center

Opened in 1969 as the first therapeutic riding center built especially for the purpose of serving those with special needs in North America, the Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center serves riders

Wayne State University

Our mission is to create and advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities. Our guiding values cut across organizational boundaries, bind us culturally,

The Arc Michigan

Our Mission  The mission of The Arc Michigan is to ensure that people with Developmental Disabilities are valued in order that they and their families can participate fully in and

No More Sidelines

No More Sidelines is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers, committed to helping children and young adults with special needs in our community. We provide children and young adults with

YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit

The Y is a nonprofit committed to helping everyone thrive at each stage of life. Our community brings together people of all abilities, ages, ethnicities, financial circumstances, genders, races, religions

Lions Bear Lake Camp

Our Mission is to provide outdoor recreational and educational experiences year-round to all persons regardless of ability. Lions Bear Lake Camp’s mission is to provide outdoor recreational/educational opportunities for persons with

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is a 167-bed, not-for-profit acute rehabilitation hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Additional Information As experts in rehabilitation care, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital works to

ACEing Autism

ACEing Autism is on a mission for children with autism to grow, develop and benefit from social connections and fitness through affordable tennis programming, uniquely serving individual needs while filling

Battle Creek Recreation Department

Battle Creek Parks and Recreation is a department of the City of Battle Creek, Michigan. The Department offers a variety of recreation programs and services designed to encourage physical activity

Northern Michigan Adaptive Sports and Recreation

The Northern Michigan Adaptive Sports and Recreation Program is supported by Munson Medical Centers Physical Rehabilitation Services. The program offers sports and recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Activities include:

The Neighborhood Club

The Neighborhood Club is a non-profit community service organization providing a professionally organized program of recreation and wellness services for families and individuals of all ages.  The Neighborhood Club is a

Belightful Yoga

With all the demands on our schedules, it is often challenging to focus on well-being. That’s why Belightful brings the holistic powers of breathwork, movement, meditation, and mindfulness to you,

Challenge Mountain

Established in 1984 as a non-profit organization, Challenge Mountain was the first independent adaptive skiing program in northern Michigan. Today, Challenge Mountain offers a wide variety of opportunities that continue

Fuse Live

Fuse45 is a 45-minute circuit-based class that’s high intensity and no impact. In 2020, we took our studios completely online and launched FUSE LIVE, offering both live and on demand

Metro Detroit Youth Clubs

The mission of the Club is to empower youth to reach their full potential through safe, accessible, and inclusive experiences that open doors to a bright future, enabling every Club

Butoku Karate

We pride ourselves in the fact that our Academy, located in Macomb Twp., promotes a family environment where all our members become part of our extended family. No one here

Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association (CCSA)

CCSA is a non-profit organization that provides volunteer training and ski instruction for individuals of all ages with disabilities. Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association (CCSA) provides an opportunity for all individuals

Canton Leisure Services Inclusive Recreation

Canton Leisure Services is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation, which allows for individuals with disabilities to participate in programs and activities as fully as possible, while providing reasonable

Downriver Panthers

Provides adaptive sports and recreational activities for people of all ages in southeastern Michigan. Though the group began in 1981 Downriver Panthers became a registered 501(c)3 in October of 2017.

The Dream Team

The Dream Team is a co-ed baseball league formed to include youths and teens, ages 8-23, with disabilities.  Dream Team players will be paired with partner players from local baseball

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle provides assistance and support to 3,000 individuals with special needs and their families by providing recreational, social, educational and vocational programming. In addition to helping those in need,

Oakland County Parks

All Abilities Welcome! Inclusion services are offered so that individuals with disabilities can participate in any program or event hosted by Oakland County Parks and Recreation. A certified therapeutic recreation

Rochester Avon Recreation Authority (RARA))

To provide an extensive and varied recreational program, enhancing personal enrichment, and providing for the community’s leisure needs. The activities and services shall include, but not be limited to, recreational

Southfield Parks & Recreation Department

Adaptive Recreation Content The Southfield Parks & Recreation Department offers several fun and exciting sporting opportunities for people with disabilities. Adaptive programs include wheelchair basketball, golf and tennis. If you

Special Olympics – Michigan

If you wish to find a special olympics in your location, you may use the following link for contact information and sports in the area. Special Olympics Michigan provides

The Great Lakes Bay Miracle League

The Great Lakes Bay Miracle League is dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable baseball experience for children with mental or physical disabilities. We welcome girls and boys between the

Clawson Soccer

Clawson Soccer’s purpose is to teach the game of soccer and good sportsmanship to youths age 19 and under; to provide a program to prevent juvenile delinquency by providing opportunity

Bradley Kraft – Personal Trainer

Hi there! My name is Bradley Kraft and I’m a Certified Personal Trainer in Southeastern Michigan. I provide individual and small group personal training to adults and children with autism.

Full Potential Adventures

Full Potential Adventures was established in March 2010. Bringing on the expertise of volunteers garnered from years of experience in the adaptive sports world, we aim to provide the best

Inclusively Fit

If you’re a family member, teacher or friend or someone with special needs, and struggled to find fitness programs or facilities that meet the specific needs of your child, you’re

Michigan Adaptive Sports


Michigan Sports Unlimited, Inc.

Michigan Sports Unlimited, Inc. (MSU) recognizes the value of sports and recreation in the lives of individuals with disabilities. Our mission is to educate, instruct, and provide unlimited access to

PKSA Karate

PKSA Karate is one of the largest martial organizations in the country. We are professionals at changing people’s lives through our martial arts schools. You see, for us, it’s not

Traverse Area Community Sailing

ADAPTIVE SAILING In the summer of 2009 TACS introduced an adaptive sailing program.  Adaptive sailing is a program that is inclusive to individuals with all abilities, including but not limited

Troy Parks & Recreation

All in person, indoor programs are cancelled until further notice. See our COVID-19 page for up to date information. The following are all of the available programs:   Virtual Programs Fitness Classes

Autastic Athletics: Tennis Program

The first ever sports and fitness training program for autistic athletes, by autistic athletes is looking for more tennis students for its growing spring program. We will be starting in


Team GUTS™ is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of the special needs community. The organization is providing one-on-one training, fitness classes, strength training and sports

Autism Support and Resource Center

Autism Support & Resource Center is a 501(c)3 serving Genesee County and neighboring communities.  We exist to provide social, recreational and life skill experiences to those living with autism across

Disability Network Northern Michigan

Based in Traverse City, Michigan, we’ve been serving people with disabilities, their families, and the Northern Lower Michigan community since 2002. Our staff provides information, assistance, and support to people

Programs to Educate All Cyclists (PEAC)

We’re a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Ypsilanti, Michigan that advocates for transportation equity for Michiganders with disabilities. Our travel training programs teach people have to ride bikes and public


TheraPLAYoga is therapeutic, playful yoga. TheraPLAYoga promotes self-compassion and sensory wellness through movement and meditation to achieve mindfulness, emotional and behavioral regulation, connection, and interoceptive awareness. TheraPLAYoga supports children and

Disability Network of Michigan

Michigan CIL Directory 1a. Disability Network Southwest Michigan 2900 Lakeview Avenue, St. Joseph, MI 49085 web: voice: (269) 985-0111 | toll free: (877) 674-5209 fax: (269) 983-4028  1b. Disability Network

FAR Therapeutic Arts and Recreation

FAR provides services in the following areas:  Music Therapy is also a creative art therapy that uses music, in parts or as a whole, to positively promote health and well-being

Sterling Heights Parks & Recreation

Adaptive Recreation offers programs and activities designed to meet the neurodiversity needs of individuals who have developmental delays, cognitive impairments, physical impairments, or autism. All our programs through Sterling Heights