The North Dakota Association for the Disabled (NDAD) is a charitable, non-profit organization founded by concerned citizens for the purpose of assisting people with disabilities within our state, many of whom are not eligible for services from other agencies.
NDAD does not attempt to define the term "Disabled," because there are many different types of disabilities and each person has unique needs. A wide variety of health challenges may qualify an individual for NDAD Services.
NDAD, founded in 1975, is not affiliated with any other agency or organization. Consequently, NDAD's budget is targeted for the people of North Dakota.
The mission of NDAD is to enhance the quality of lives of individuals facing health challenges.