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Ability Connection New Mexico joins Community Health Charities

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Ability Connection is pleased to announce we are now part of the Community Health Charities (CHC) affiliate network. Community Health Charities is a federation of trusted and well-respected health charities that have joined together to raise contributions in the workplace.

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Ability Connection provides a full range of services for people with physical and intellectual disabilities as they strive to achieve their highest level of independence. If you have any questions or need information, click the Contact Us button above.

Community Partners

New Mexico Family Infant Toddler Program


University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

Center for Development and Disability

Our Sponsors

  • Circle K
  • Circle K
  • Albuquerque Running Shop
  • Body Armour
  • Dion's
  • Garcia's Tents
  • Hinkle Family Fun Center
  • Icelandic Glacial
  • Isotopes
  • Circle K
  • Jack Daniels
  • Kohl's
  • La Montanita Coop
  • Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Premier Distributing Company - Budweiser
  • Rebel Donut
  • Red Bull
  • Circle K
  • Rich Ford
  • Shelton Jewelers
  • Circle K
  • Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown
  • Smith Food & Drug
  • Thunderbird Harley Davidson
  • Thunderbird Harley Davidson



25 Years of the ADA

Celebrating 25 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act
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July 26, 2015 — Today is an Independence Day celebration for the one in five American children and adults that experience a disability in their lifetime. It’s hard to believe that 25 years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law, eliminating discrimination in employment, transportation and public accommodations.

In addition to the important “breaking down” of physical barriers such as curb cuts, ramped access to buildings, automatic opening doors and accessible public transportation, there is another legacy of the ADA. People with disabilities have equal rights and opportunities to pursue their dreams. Americans are looking beyond a disability – physical and cognitive – to see people like themselves, who each day seek a level playing field for rewarding jobs and fulfilling lives.

View the Governor's ADA Awareness Day Proclamation

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