ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act

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
  • Mini-grants to implement the ADA in diverse communities
  • 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

Contact Information:

ADA – Minnesota
530 Robert Street North
Saint Paul, MN 55101
  • (651) 603-2015 (V)
  • (651) 603-2001 (TTY)
  • (888) 630-9793 (ADA Minnesota's new Toll Free number)

Last Updated on:
Tue May 13, 2014