The links that you are most likely to need and use are below. If you hear of another great link, let us know!

Community Resources

Disability Benefits 101.org
Hosted by the World Institute on Disability, this site takes the confusion out of the US benefits/health system. It includes a benefits calculator; enter your information and it will figure out how much you can make and still keep your benefits… and more!
Disability Rights Advocates (DRA)
DRA are the ones to help you when you think something may be discriminatory. They also produce a book called Through the Maze, which will help you navigate benefits and more.
Center for Independent Living (CIL)
CIL offers over 14 helpful programs. They've got Benefits Counseling (including help with PASS plans); the Client Assistance Program (CAP), which helps resolve issues you might have with DOR; and a Youth Program, among others.
World Institute on Disability (WID)
WID hosts Disability Benefits 101.org. They also offer Proyecto Visión; (a bilingual website for youth with Disabilities); Access to Assets; and a wealth of resources, information, and links.
Disability Rights California (formerly Protection and Advocacy, Inc.)
Disability Rights California provides advocacy help for Californians with disabilities.
Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
Disability-specific resource lists, info on the ADA and accommodation ideas, sample disclosure letters, etc.

Social Security Disability Benefits Guide
Understand how Social Security disability works and how to calculate your benefits. They also provide a benefits calculator to help you visualize your benefits!

Email Lists

Some lists you can subscribe to and receive info from:

Campus Resources

Some useful campus links:

Disabled Students' Program (DSP)
The hub for campus accommodation and disability services.
Office of Compliance
Helps you resolve campus discrimination issues. Contact them for more info.
Disability Studies Department
The Disability Studies department started the Disability Studies minor. Learn about our history and culture, and connect with scholars in the Disability Studies field.
Oral History Project
UC Berkeley is where it all started! The ongoing project is located in the Bancroft Library, and chronicles the Disability Rights Movement
Scholarship Connection
UC Berkeley's clearinghouse for information on scholarships that are funded outside of the university.
Office of Undergraduate Research
Why do research? Find out here, and see the schedule of workshops: "How to get started in undergraduate research" and "Writing a research proposal."