Helping to make a better world for people with I/DD.

IAC is the go-to destination to facilitate the I/DD service system transformation for children and adults in New York State.

The InterAgency Council is strongly associated with an extensive history of intellectual a

The InterAgency Council is strongly associated with an extensive history of intellectual and developmental disabilities success. It has been a leader in influencing regulatory and governmental policy and reform for four decades.


Member Centered Services


IAC Capital Financing Program

The IAC Capital Finance Program with DASNY has the best bond rating for ID/DD Programs (Aa2 from Moody’s Investors Service), which means borrowers have the lowest fixed interest rates.
Eligible projects for the DASNY program include OPWDD, SDOH, OMH, and OCFS. Now is also the time to refinance higher-interest loans!
Financing is also available for schools and administration buildings at competitive rates that are also fixed for the loan term.
Since 1999, 59 agencies have financed 456 facilities totaling $421 million.

Contact us as soon as possible to participate in upcoming financing! Contact for more information.

IAC Training Institute

The IAC Training Institute offers courses relevant to individuals and agencies with developmental disabilities. In addition to mandated training such as AMAP and SCIP-R, IAC offers curated courses that enhance both knowledge and skills of agency staff from direct care to the executive level. In-person training is provided at the IAC offices and member agency locations throughout New York City and the surrounding area. In addition, training is provided online on the Zoom platform so that persons from throughout New York State can now access these courses without leaving their own location. The IAC training rooms are equipped with the latest audio-visual technology and are available for rental.

InterAgency Transportation Solutions (IATS)

InterAgency Council envisioned and designed IATS as a viable contract transportation system, and implemented the project in December 2006. It had been identified in prior years that the state of contracted transportation in the five boroughs, where private bus companies provided to/from transportation service to OPWDD-certified Day Habilitation programs, was in a state of disarray.
The IATS project's purpose was to establish a transportation oversight entity to coordinate/oversee the daily transportation of 6000 plus adult individuals with developmental disabilities daily. A project would initiate performance standards that bus companies must emulate in their day-to-day operations.