Contact IDA

Hello Friends!

Thank you so much for visiting the Invisible Disabilities Association. We are thrilled to have you here and hope that you have found what you are looking for through our vast amount of information and resources!

IDA is an all volunteer organization, working hard to bring encouragement, education, awareness, support and resources, in addition to our jobs, families and/or disabilities.

While we read all comments sent to us through this contact page, if you have a question, please see below to have most questions answered. If you contact us, please be so kind as to be patient as we get back with you.

NOTE: Please remember that IDA cannot answer medical or legal questions nor provide financial assistance as well as legal or political advocacy. Thank you for your patience.

If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you are contemplating suicide, call 9-1-1, your doctor, 1-800-223-TALK and/or go to your local hospital. If you need help with a domestic situation, please call the proper authorities and/or professionals.

FREQUENTLY REQUESTED INFORMATION:

  • IDA cannot answer medical or legal questions nor provide financial assistance, as well as legal or political advocacy.
  • All of our information and resources are available in our websites. Please browse our pages, articles, links and resources.
  • If you need financial assistance, call your local U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services and/or look through our resources on our Programs4People.
  • If you have a question about Social Security Disability benefits, contact SSA directly or seek advice from an attorney.
  • If you do not receive SSDI, but would like to discuss your situation with a claims service, you may receive a free consultation with our sponsor, Allsup.
  • If you have a question about disability laws under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact them directly or call the ADA Helpline at: 1-800-949-4232.
  • For residential disability laws under the Fair Housing Act, contact your local housing authority.
  • For support and friendship, join our online social network, the Invisible Disabilities Community and our Meetup Group.

MAILING ADDRESS:

Invisible Disabilities Association
P.O. Box 4067
Parker, CO 80134

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We are sorry, but we are unable to answer questions at this time. Please see our Frequently Requested Information above.