Personalized Disability Resources

So you can Participate, Contribute and Belong

Personalized Disability Resources

So you can Participate, Contribute and Belong

Our World still has barriers for people with disabilities.

Until attitudes and environments change, you need the right tools and supports to thrive in an imperfect world. Whether you’re an individual or a company, searching for disability resources can be frustrating.

You don’t have to navigate the maze of disability resources alone. We’re here to help.

Create a Personalized Plan

To us, you’re not a number. We talk one-on-one and create a personalized plan.

Gain Confidence

We come alongside you and teach you how to navigate the rough sea of disability resources so you have confidence in the future.
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We know what a difference the right resources can make.

We understand how frustrating it is to fully participate in an inaccessible community. That is why we help people access disability resources.

Individuals Helped

Each year at DNL, we help over 1,500 people with disabilities both visible and hidden.

Companies Served

We have come alongside hundreds of companies to help them serve their customers and employees better.

Years of Advocacy

Since 1992, we have been providing resources and advocating for more inclusive communities where everyone can participate, contribute and belong.

Here’s how you can get personalized support from a disability expert.

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Contact our office and tell us what you’re trying to accomplish.
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We evaluate the obstacles you’re facing and connect you with the right tools.
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You use those tools to participate, contribute or belong to your community.

So what will personalized support cost me?

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Individual Services

Our work for individuals is completely free, with no strings attached. We are funded by both private funds and government grants which allows us to serve individuals in Allegan and Ottawa counties for free.

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Company Services

We want companies to be able to serve their customers and employees well, which is why our first assessment is free. Companies should have the supports their staff needs, and we want to be part of the solution.

Here’s the difference we’ve made in Allegan & Ottawa counties.

The lady Holly who has been assisting me is an asset to all people with disabilities. She has been amazing and she makes the world a better place.
Anytime I need something they always seems to come through over the years Holland, Michigan staff is wonderful
love that they are making a difference and having a impact on helping people be the best they can be & see the abilities and not the disability...
Hard working, dedicated and sincere. They know their stuff. I highly recommend them. It's worth the drive to Holland. You won't be disappointed. Give them a call today !
I have worked with Rick Diamond for over 20 years on my TBI never met a more dedicated worker in my life with regards to helping people
Really great professional group with big hearts and a sincere love for Holland

Donate Today To Make a Difference!

It takes human resources and financial resources to be able to simplify and enrich the lives of people living with disabilities. Your support makes it possible for us to help people who struggle to navigate disability resources. 90% of your donation goes directly into services to individuals, their families, and our community.

If you would like to donate by check please make the check out to Disability Network Lakeshore and mail it to:

Disability Network Lakeshore
442 Century Lane
Holland, MI 49423

Make a donation today!

If you take the standard deduction on your 2020 tax return (the one that you’ll file in 2021), you can claim a brand new “above-the-line” deduction of up to $300 for cash donations to charity you make this year. Donations to donor advised funds and certain organizations that support charities are not deductible. Normally, you have to itemize on Schedule A to get a tax break for charitable donations. In this case, though, it’s the other way around—if you itemize, you can’t take this new deduction. Source
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Let’s build inclusive communities…

At Disability Network Lakeshore, we know that you want to be a confident participant who contributes and belongs to your community — in whatever way you choose.

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