City of Chicago Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities
MOPD promotes total access, full participation and equal opportunity for people with disabilities of all ages in all aspects of life. It seeks to accomplish this mission through a multi-faceted approach that includes systemic change, education and training, advocacy and direct services.
The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) works to meet the diverse needs of the more than 600,000 individuals with disabilities who live and work in Chicago. MOPD’s goal is to make Chicago the most accessible city in the nation.
MOPD offers services and information related to accessibility compliance; accessible housing; deaf and hard of hearing services; disability resources; employment services for people with disabilities; public policy and public affairs; training services; transportation and parking; and youth employment services.
MOPD Field Office: 2102 W. Ogden Avenue Chicago, IL 60612 (312-744-6673)
Eligibility Requirements: Any Chicago resident living with a disability.