Are you looking for Accessible Voting?
The Michigan Presidential primary election is on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, and polling places are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Check out the Michigan Voting Information Center to fill out demographic information and to find your polling location, phone number, and hours of operation. If your polling location is accessible with voting equipment, it can also be found on this page.
Election staff must be trained on and respect these rights:
- Accessible voter registration
- Accessible polling places
- Policies and procedures that do not discriminate against you based on your disability
- Accessible, available, and operational voting systems
- Your service animal to accompany you inside the polling place
- The right to vote privately and independently or with assistance, if needed
- Assistance from a person of your choice, who can be a friend, family member, or poll worker (but not your boss, union agent or someone who has authority over you at work)
For further information see the link below for Michigan Resources for Voters with Disabilities:
Early Voting Information:
Early voting for the Michigan Presidential primary election begins on Saturday, February 10, 2024, and ends on Sunday, February 25, 2024. For additional information about how and where you can vote early, check out the link below.
Our Marquette Office has moved!
SAIL has moved to our new space at 1025 West Washington Street, Suite C. We are open for service; however, our building is still undergoing renovations including the addition of accessible doors. You can call us at 906-228-5744 to schedule appointments. Please note that the entrance is on the back side of the building.
SAIL invests in and serves individuals living with disabilities across the U.P.
We hope any individual who might need SAIL in the U.P. will use us for peer support, independent living skills building, self-advocacy and gaining the confidence to live their best life.
We are here for you! Call us today at 906-228-5744.
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Single Point for Activities and Recreation is a health and wellness program for people of all abilities. The program provides support in increasing independent living skills for individuals.
UP Sled Hockey
Sled hockey provides opportunities for many types of disabilities and there are opportunities available in local areas for recreation all the way to the National Sled Team that plays in the Paralympics.
U.P. Vet's Served
U.P. Vets SERVED is a program developed by SAIL for veterans of every ability and military families. We focus on creating opportunities for everyone to socialize in a supportive environment.
SAIL’s Assistive Technology Program can help match individuals with any items or devices they need to be more independent in their daily lives! Assistive Technology may include wheelchairs, memory aids, or computer software.
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We match people to the specific low cost assistive devices they need to maintain or increase their independence in the home, workplace or in the community.
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