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Team River Runner San Diego

Team River Runner (TRR), established in August 2004 by kayakers in the Washington, DC area, is a primarily volunteer non-profit organization run by a council of kayakers and overseen by a board of directors. TRR was initially established to help active duty military personnel wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan who were recovering at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. With the success there obvious and the opportunity elsewhere apparent, TRR expanded to other Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) chapter sites in 2007. TRR envisions a national network which creates innovative paddling programs designed to assist with the recovery of those injured while serving our country. Through paddle sports, TRR volunteers and partners provide local communities unique opportunities for the active, safe and positive support of healing service members and their families.


Teaming Individuals Emphasizing Sports

A charitable non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with a disability and building relationships between people living with and without disability through active integrated sports.


Triumph Foundation - Paralympic Sport Los Angeles

Triumph Foundation's Adapted Sports, Fitness and Recreation program gives people with disabilities an opportunity to push the limits of their ability, increase self-efficacy, prevent sedentary lifestyle, and enhance their quality of life through the benefits of exercise and athletics. Programs include hand cycling, adapted shooting clinics, quad rugby, basketball, and tennis. Our aim is to introduce wheelchair sports to people that are newly spinal cord injured, veterans, children, and others with disabilities; as well as provide learning opportunities to the general public and showcase people living with physical impairment in a way that members of the community do not often see.

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UCLA Adaptive Programs

UCLA Recreation provides therapeutically-based recreation programs for people with cognitive and physical disabilities that expand their access to opportunities that promote physical fitness, health and wellness, increased self-esteem, and greater functional independence.


United States Para-Equestrian Association

The United States Para-Equestrian Association (USPEA) includes every equestrian discipline that is practiced by athletes with physical disabilities. Each rider or driver competes under the eighth discipline, The Para-Equestrian discipline, of the United States Equestrian Federation. The USPEA is a network of riders, judges, national federation board members, and equestrian enthusiasts. The association gives athletes the ability to get involved and expand their knowledge and experience in the sport of Para-Equestrian.


Valley Childrens Hospital Adaptive Sports Program

Valley Children’s Adaptive Sports Program provides free recreational and athletic experiences for those with disabilities. The only one of its kind in Central California, the program is designed for individuals with physical impairments and conditions ranging from cerebral palsy to spinal cord injuries.


Wheels to Water

Life with a disability presents an array of obstacles that can be difficult with the use of a wheelchair or any other mobility device. Wheels To Water is a charitable nonprofit organization that aims to introduce people to a world without boundaries, with the ability to enjoy the outdoors independently.