Find the ADA Coordinator for a state agency

Contact the Title II Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator for a state agency

A state Title II ADA Coordinator is the person who:

  • coordinates a state agency's efforts to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) when working with the public and
  • handles disability access issues, like: processing reasonable modification requests and resolving complaints about disability-related barriers to state programs and events

When to contact a state ADA Coordinator

You should contact a state Title II ADA Coordinator if you are a member of the public who wants to:

  • Report a disability-related barrier that prevents you from accessing a state service or program
  • Request a reasonable accommodation or modification to participate in a state service or program

If you are a state employee with a disability with disability-related questions or concerns related to your own employment, contact your secretariat or agency's Title I ADA coordinator.

If you need a reasonable accommodation to equally access a city or town program, contact the program organizer or your municipal ADA Coordinator.

Table of Contents

Executive Branch agencies

The table below lists the most recent Title II state ADA Coordinator contact information the Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) has on file for each Executive Branch secretariat and agency. It is listed in alphabetical order by secretariat and agency name.

Type the agency's name in the search bar to find their ADA Coordinator’s contact information. If you don’t see an agency listed, try searching their website.

If you are an Executive Branch Title II ADA Coordinator and the information in this table is missing or incorrect, please update your contact information using our online form.


If you are looking for an ADA Coordinator for courts, see how to ask for a court accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Legislative Branch

For questions and requests related to accessibility at the State House, see State House accessibility.

Last updated: May 20, 2024

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