United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division
Information and Technical Assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act
2010 Regulations
2010 Design Standards
Technical Assistance Materials

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If you want to find information about:

The most current ADA regulations, go to 2010 Revised ADA Regulations Implementing Title II or 2010 Revised ADA Regulations Implementing Title III

The most current standards for design and construction of buildings and facilities, go to 2010 Design Standards

How the ADA protects people with disabilities in employment (title I), State and local governments (title II), or public accommodations and commercial facilities (title III), go to Title I, Title II, or Title III

Proposed rulemaking, go to Proposed Regulations

How to file an ADA complaint with the Department, go to File an ADA Complaint

How to try to resolve your ADA complaint through alternate dispute resolution, go to Mediation

ADA cases and matters, go to ADA Enforcement

Businesses' responsibilities under the ADA, go to the ADA Business Connection

The process that the Department of Justice uses to certify that State laws, local building codes, or similar ordinances meet or exceed the ADA Standards for Accessible Design for new construction and alterations, go to Certification of State and Local Building Codes

Other laws that protect the rights of people with disabilities, go to Guide to Disability Rights Laws

How the ADA and other laws protect the rights of returning service members with disabilities, go to the publication ADA: Know Your Rights – Returning Service Members with Disabilities

Federal agencies that have ADA or 504 responsibilities and a list of federal disability resources, go to Federal and ADA Disability Resources

How the ADA protects people with HIV and AIDS, go to HIV and AIDS

How the ADA protects persons with disabilities who are unnecessarily segregated and ensures that persons with disabilities receive services in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs, go to Olmstead

What the Department is doing to ensure greater access to State and local government programs and services, go to Project Civic Access

Publications that provide information about how to comply with the ADA, go to Technical Assistance Materials

Videos about the ADA, go to Video Gallery

Letters from the Department of Justice about the ADA, go to Freedom of Information Act

Disability Rights Online Newsletter, go to Reports and Updates

Enforcing the ADA: A Status Report from the Department of Justice, go to Reports and Updates

Documents no longer on, go to the Archive

Información de La ADA en Español, ir a En Español

Can't find the information you need or have questions about what you have found? Call the ADA Information Line to talk with an Accessibility Specialist: 800-514-0301 (voice); 800-514-0383 (TTY).