The technical assistance (TA) and Resource centers listed below provide a range of services supporting, providing, and coordinating accessible Transportation and Housing services to support individuals to live successfully in their communities. You can find out more about Federal Transit Administration (FTA) transportation and Administration of Community Living (ACL) housing technical assistance and resource centers below.
The Housing and Services Resource Center was created for people who work in the organizations and systems that provide housing resources and homelessness services, behavioral and mental health services, independent living services and other supportive services, and others who are working to help people live successfully and stably in the community.
The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program is the federal government’s major program for providing housing assistance to over 2.3 million American families.
The Fall Prevention Center of Excellence (FPCE), based at the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, is dedicated to promoting aging in place and independent living for persons of all ages and abilities. It offers research, training, and technical assistance for home modification and fall prevention services in the home environment. FPCE also serves as an information clearinghouse on home modification to equip professionals and consumers with a comprehensive inventory of resources.
NADTC’s mission is to promote the availability and accessibility of transportation options for older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers.
CTAA and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.
N-CATT’s mission is to translate emerging transportation technologies for states and localities across the United States.
SUMC’s mission is to achieve equitable, affordable, and environmentally sound mobility across the US through the efficient sharing of transportation assets.
National RTAP’s mission is to address the training and technical assistance needs of rural and tribal transit operators across the nation, and support state RTAP programs.
Transit Planning for all is an inclusive and coordinated transportation-planning project that has funded a series of pilot projects across the nation. On these pages you will find resources to help communities plan, conduct, evaluate, and sustain inclusive planning programs to improve local transit services and options. Our mission is to increase inclusion in transportation planning and services for people with disabilities and older adults.
ADA PARC publishes maps that assist policy makers, community leaders, transportation developers and state leaders in understanding transportation needs and opportunities for improvement.
PRC provides information for traveling with your wheelchair and makes grants to communities to increase access to transportation and technology.
International Transportation Learning Center is the only national organization that focuses on the frontline workforce in public transportation and transportation in general. It is the only organization funded by the Federal Transit Administration, the US Department of Labor, and the Transit Cooperative Research Program to develop and support technical training partnerships for today’s and tomorrow’s front-line work force.
The Transit Workforce Center (TWC) supports the workforce development needs of urban, suburban, tribal, and rural public transportation entities, with an overarching mission to assist the industry as it recruits, hires, trains, and retains the diverse workforce needed now and in the future.
NCMM’s mission is to promote customer-centered mobility strategies that advance good health, economic vitality, self-sufficiency, and community.