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5 Ways to Support Disability Network Northern Michigan

  1. Make a donation to support our important mission to promote personal empowerment and positive social change for people with disabilities.

  2. Volunteer.

  3. Follow us on our social media. (see below for links)

  4. Sign-up to receive our E-News.

  5. Support DNNM through your purchases on Amazon Smiles.


FACEBOOK: Disability Network/Northern Michigan


INSTAGRAM: @DisabilityNetworkNM


"I had no connections and now I have many. Disability Network connected me to opportunity. I had no idea of the services that they offered...They truly lifted my spirits and restored my hope." ~Roy, a friend of Disability Network

Your financial support will help us expand programs that help individuals like Roy, gain skills in independent living, employment, goal setting, and self-advocacy so they may reach their full potential, live exciting lives, and experience an improved quality of life.

YOU can change lives, perceptions, and communities.




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415 East Eighth Street
Traverse City, MI   49686

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