Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") protects persons with disabilities from discrimination by public entities such as the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. The ADA requires the Department provide persons with disabilities equal access and equal opportunity to benefit from the Department's programs, services, and activities.
If you believe you, or someone you know, is being prevented from participating in, or fully benefiting from, a Department program, service, or activity, because of a disability, and you believe that there is a reasonable change that the Department could make to prevent the discrimination, then you may ask for the reasonable change to the program, service, or activity.
Use the ADA Reasonable Modification Request form (Word) to submit your request to the Department's ADA/Civil Rights Coordinator. You may submit your request by phone, email, the mail, or electronically with the link below.
NEW: Submit your form electronically here.
ADA/Civil Rights Coordinator
- Luke Curtis
- 11 State House Station
- Augusta, ME 04333-0011
- TTY: Maine Relay 711
For more information about the modification request, see the Modification Request Policy (PDF).