About NDAD

NDAD is a nonprofit, charitable organization founded by concerned citizens in 1975 as the North Dakota Association for the Disabled. Its mission is to assist mentally and physically disadvantaged people in North Dakota, including people with disabilities and temporary or permanent health challenges, many of whom are ineligible for some desperately needed services from other agencies.

NDAD believes people with disabilities and health challenges, when given the opportunity, can live more satisfying, productive lives — and NDAD has helped thousands do just that. This often requires the purchase of specialized equipment, special medical treatment, or other services.

NDAD provides financial assistance through funds generated both by the organization and by community projects. NDAD also provides information and referral services to help people receive assistance through other agencies, when possible.

Find out today how charitable nonprofit NDAD can help you to help yourself . . . and others. Go to www.NDAD.org, or call 1 (800) 532-NDAD for more information about the organization, including the locations of its offices in Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot and Williston.

You’ll also find NDAD’s Facebook site informative, insightful and convenient. “Like” NDAD’s Facebook page and stay abreast of news, information and issues involving people — family members, friends and co-workers, and perhaps you — with disabilities and health challenges.