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Maps of Disability by Gender - Male

Disability Rate Male

July 2016

Map 2. Disability rate among males in America by county. This map of the United States depicts disability rates among males by county. Disability tend to be more predominant in the Appalachia region, especially along the borders of Kentucky, West Virginia, and Virginia. There are also some concentrated pockets of higher rates in southern Missouri, western Oklahoma, Arkansas, parts of New Mexico, southern Nevada, and Puerto Rico. Disability rates among males are lowest in southern California, regions of the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains.

OMB County Classifications

OMB Classification map

July 2016

Map of metropolitan, micropolitan, and noncore counties across America. This map of the United States depicts urban and rural counties across America using the Office of Management and Budget classifications. In general, metropolitan counties are more prevalent along both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and throughout the eastern and Midwestern states. Micropolitan and noncore counties are more common in the northeast, parts of northern Midwest, the Great Plains, and Rocky Mountains.

Webinar Series

6-26-2017 Webinar Save the Date

Please join us for this 1.5 hour webinar from the National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative (NDNRC) at the American Association on Health Disability. Topics to include: ACA Marketplace client resources and questions, disability etiquette, and accessibility considerations throughout the enrollment process.
June 26, 2017 - 1:00PM MT/3:00PM ET

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Community Investment Fund Applications

Application deadline has expired. We hope to notify all applicants by end of June.

Applications for the 2017 Community Investment Fund are now being accepted! The Community Investment Fund is made available annually for innovative projects that help people with disabilities live, learn, work and play in their communities alongside people without disabilities. Any Montana organization, agency, non-profit group, or individual with a creative idea to promote community inclusion is eligible to apply.

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