Featured Services and Programs
Accessibility Compliance Unit
The Accessibility Compliance Unit works to ensure that the City of Chicago is accessible to people with all types of disabilities to ensure compliance with federal, state, & local disability rights laws and regulations.
The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities’ Career Center strives to prepare individuals with disabilities for successful and meaningful career opportunities.
MOPD’s Disability Resources Unit provides assistance with identifying and accessing community resources that may help increase the independence of people with disabilities.
MOPD provides information on emergency preparedness resources for people with disabilities and their caregivers.
HomeMod - Program
Home accessibility modifications that will allow people with disabilities, to make their living environment accessible.
Public Policy and Public Affairs
The Public Policy and Public Affairs identifies and directs MOPD’s legislative priorities and spearheads department accessibility compliance and policy initiatives.
Substance Use Prevention Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Substance Use Prevention Program for the Deaf/hard of Hearing (SUPPD) provide youth with the ability to make well-informed & positive choices in their lives that support a healthy lifestyle.
Transportation and Parking
As part of its mission, MOPD promotes an understanding of the issues of concern to people with disabilities, including accessible public transportation.
The Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities provides training on approaches and strategies for interacting with individuals with all types of disabilities in professional, social, and recreational settings.
Department Main Office
Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities
121 N. LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60602