Wheelchair Van Grants


We have compiled a list of national and Michigan based organizations that can provide funding for a wheelchair accessible vehicle and accessories. We recommend talking with a Clock Mobility team member to help guide you and provide the total cost of ownership during this process. 

Please note: these organizations are not affiliated with Clock Mobility and are provided as a service.



Chrysler and Dodge Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle DriveAbility Program

The Chrysler Dodge DriveAbility program is designed to help customers with a disability enter/exit and operate a new vehicle. Chrysler will give you a $1,000 cash reimbursement when you buy or lease a new Chrysler or Dodge vehicle. This $1,000 will help reduce the cost of installing adaptive equipment. Additionally, they have resources for financing options as well.

Ford Mobility Program

Ford Mobility Motoring offers up to $1,000 in financial assistance toward the cost of the installation of adaptive equipment on a new Ford or Lincoln. The program also offers Ford Credit Mobility Financing and comprehensive Roadside Assistance. To begin the Ford Mobility Motoring process, contact the Ford Mobility Motoring Customer Care Center.

Toyota Mobility Assistance Program

Grants reimbursements of up to $1,000 for aftermarket mobility equipment installed in a purchased or leased Toyota vehicle.

Honda Customer Mobility Assistance Program

Provides up to $1,000 in reimbursement money for mobility modifications to a Honda vehicle.


Michigan Rehabilitation Services

Funded by the state of Michigan, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) specialists at this state agency assist people with occupational therapy and physical therapy. Part of that therapy could include assistance in learning how to use driver assistance tools on your existing vehicle. Additionally there might be coverage for some or all of the adaptations your vehicle needs to make it wheelchair accessible. 

Phone: 616-242-6450

Website: https://www.michigan.gov/leo/bureaus-agencies/mrs

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS) – Michigan

The Michigan Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS and their families and raise funds for critical MS research.

Phone: 1-800-344-4867

Email: Info @ Michigan MS

Michigan Assistive Technology Program

The Michigan Assistive Technology Program provides training, funding opportunities, and other programs to help those with physical disabilities obtain assistive technology equipment and services.

Phone: 517-333-2477


  • Lori’s Voice
  • Disability Advocates: Grand Rapids 616.949.1100 (Called Center for Independent Living or other names elsewhere)
  • Family Independence Agency: Grand Rapids 616.247.6002 (By County, often called Dept. of Social Services in other areas)
  • Children’s Special Health Care Services: Grand Rapids 616.336.3822
  • Easter Seals: Grand Rapids 616.942.2081
  • Saladin Shrine: Grand Rapids 616.942.1570
  • AMBUCS (American Business Clubs): 616.245.4980
  • Kiwanis Club (Local)
  • Churches (Local)
  • Insurance Companies
  • Local Banks
  • Miles for Special Smiles (MFSS) for Children (616)371-1155
  • Lions Clubs (Local)


Veterans of all ages and service levels qualify for varying degrees of assistance to purchase the accessible vehicles and equipment they need and deserve.

The Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) offers assistance to veterans in the areas of education, family, federal benefits, finances, healthcare, and jobs.

Phone: 517-335-6523

Phone (Battle Creek): 616-966-5600

Email: DMVA

Talk to Us About Wheelchair Van Grants

Helping you find the right programs and funding is an important part of our jobs. Contact us using the form below and we will assist you with all your accessibility needs.

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