Disability Groups Served
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Philadelphia Flyers Sled Hockey

The Philadelphia Flyers Sled Hockey Team is a group of amazing athletes, performing at the National level of Sled Hockey in the United States.


Pittsburgh Steelwheelers

Wheelchair sports organization offering basketball and rugby opportunities in the Pittsburgh metro area.



PUCHOG is a non-profit charitable 501(c)(3) organization that strives to enhance the lives of wounded veterans by organizing tournaments and other fun events to bring awareness to the issues they face while raising funds to help their cause.


Strong as Steel Adaptive Sports

Mission: Strong as Steel Adaptive Sports will provide sport specific training and opportunities for children ages 5 to 21 with physical disabilities (ambulatory, wheelchair or visually impaired athletes) to attend local, regional and national competitions. This program aims to help develop physical strength and athletic skills while teaching perseverance and encouraging self-esteem. The program will focus on track and field but will allow athletes opportunities to branch out into other sports as interest and training opportunities exist.


Team River Runner - Southeast PA

Established in 2004 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, TRR is a non-profit, all-volunteer national organization that works in conjunction with Disabled Sports USA to help military personnel recover from war-related injuries through whitewater kayaking. TRR currently has over forty chapters. TRR provides health and healing for military injured, active duty and veterans through whitewater therapeutic kayaking and other forms of adventure paddling. What we do is physically demanding and socially supportive. We start off learning the basics in a calm river or heated, indoor pool. From there, we head out to creeks, streams and rivers for group paddling trips. We adapt instruction and gear to individual injuries and challenges with a goal of forming a supportive community that enjoys sharing knowledge of paddling skills.


Team River Runner Coatesville

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.


Three Rivers Adaptive Sports

Three Rivers Adaptive Sports TRAS stands by the idea: "If I can do this, I can do anything." Since our start in 1989 we have supported the belief that sports, recreation and physical fitness are an integral and important part of everyone's life.


Three Rivers Rowing Association - Paralympic Sport Pittsburgh

Three Rivers Rowing Adaptive Programs offer athletes age 12+ with disabilities (VI – visually impaired, PD – physical disabilities, ID – intellectual disabilities, HIP – hearing impaired persons) the chance to enjoy the fun, challenge, and relaxation experienced by all who have been “hooked” by the sports of rowing and paddling. The program location, on the Allegheny River near downtown Pittsburgh, also affords participants and volunteers the opportunity to explore the revitalized waterways and shoreline of our beautiful city.


Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation - Paralympic Sport Hagerstown

Two Top was established to provide year round education and recreational activities that provide healthy experiences for disabled athletes. To build confidence and self-esteem that will carry over into everyday life. To provide a supportive and comfortable atmosphere that creates fun experiences for all participants.


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