Disabilities Network of Eastern Connecticut

Norwich, CT   |  http://www.dnec.org

Mission

Assist individuals with disabilities to enable them to live and/or work more independently in their communities in whatever capacity they are capable of. See Schedule O for more information on the Mission Statement.

Ruling year info

1988

Principal Officer

Sharon J Heddle

Main address

19 Ohio Ave

Norwich, CT 06360 United States

EIN

06-1221439

NTEE code info

Developmentally Disabled Services/Centers (P82)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

Core Services-Individuals with diverse disability categories were provided services to help increase their independence within their community. During FYE9/30/23 there were 294 new or continued individuals served. There were 30 individuals who received assistive tech services 1 individual who received communication services 94 people received general advocacy services 12 independent living and life skills training and recreational service referrals were given for local and/or national businesses and agencies 40 peer counseling and family services provided a person centered approach 9 preventative care and 2 physical restoration services, 4 vocational services 17 individuals received transportation assistance and mobility training, 60 consumers received house/home modifications/shelter services, 4 individuals received youth/transition services and family services, 943 information referral calls were provided with information. The core services are integral to increasing independence for individuals with disabilities in their community, schools, and/or places of employment.

Expenses
$403,725
Revenue
$0

Case Services-During FYE9/30/23, there were 49 consumers that received financial support from Part B Case Service Funds and/or Restricted Funds received from donors. These funds were used to remove or modify barriers allowing the consumer to live and/or work more independently in their homes and workplace. These modifications included ramps, stairlifts, vehicular modifications and repairs to accessible vehicles. We purchased air conditioners, a laptop and tablets with cases, clothing, bedding, personal care items, dental work, food, cleaning supplies, a therapeutic mattress, and a medication organizer. Gas cards and a hotel room were provided to a consumer with a spinal cord injury during a winter storm to get her off the street and safe. During this time, the shelter found her an apartment. In addition, safety equipment such as flashing alarms for deaf and hard of hearing consumers, fees at the DMV, travel vouchers, and nicotine patches to assist in quitting smoking cigarettes were purchased. We worked with our consumers to apply for grants to combine with our Case Service Funds.

Expenses
$24,544
Revenue
$0

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