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WDOMI
984 North Broadway
Suite LL-10
Yonkers, NY 10701

Telephone: 914-968-4717
Fax:  914-968-6137


Directions:
Bus Routes: #2, #6, #9
Car: Saw Mill Parkway
to Executive Boulevard
Exit to Route 9/N Broadway.
We are across the street
from St. John’ s Hospital

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SERVICES

1. ADVOCACY AND ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS CONSULTATION PROGRAM
2. BENEFITS ADVISEMENT AND ADVOCACY
3. DISABILITY AWARENESS PROGRAM
4. HOUSING ADVOCACY PROGRAM
5. INDEPENDENT LIVING & STUDENT TRANSITION SERVICES
6. INDEPENDENT CONSUMER ADVOCACY NETWORK (ICAN)
7. INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS & PEER COUNSELING
8. INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
9. MEDICAID FACILITATED ENROLLMENT PROGRAM
10. NURSING HOME TRANSITION and DIVERSION
11. NY STATE OF HEALTH
12. SYSTEMS ADVOCACY

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ADA 25th Anniversary Film

   

Congratulations, Gigi’s Pizzeria and Restaurant

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from left to right are: Dominick Poli, owner of Gigi’s Pizzeria & Restaurant, Mayor Mike Spano and Melvyn Tanzman, Executive Director of Westchester Disabled On the Move, Inc.  

Westchester Disabled On the Move, Inc. (WDOMI) would like to Congratulate Gigi’s Pizzeria and Restaurant, located at 495 Odell Avenue on winning the Best Pizza in Yonkers Contest.

This contest was part of WDOMI’s 30th Anniversary of “People Empowering People” in Westchester County on Saturday, March 28, 2015.

 

Read more: Congratulations, Gigi’s Pizzeria and Restaurant

   

WHO WE ARE...

Westchester Disabled On the Move, Inc.,
is a not-for-profit community based organization. It is a non- residential center for people with disabilities. WDOMI is part of a national network of Independent Living Centers dedicated to independence and equal rights for individuals with disabilities.
Westchester Disabled on the Move Inc., is staffed and governed primarily by people with disabilities. The programs and services of WDOMI are free to consumers with disabilities and their families. WDOMI does not discriminate based on age, sex, disability, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation or religion.
Westchester Disabled On the Move Inc., receives funding from the New York State Education Department. Additional funding comes from private individuals, companies and foundations that support the independent living philosophy.