About Us

Breaking down barriers & advocating for people with disabilities since 1981.

Accessible housing. Support networks. Domestic violence advocacy. Dream building.

Our Mission

Barrier Free Living supports individuals with disabilities to live dignified lives free of all forms of abuse and bias.

Learn about our Mission, Vision, and Values

BFL Leadership

Our leadership team is committed to supporting individuals with disabilities so they can live dignified lives free of all forms of abuse and bias.

Meet the BFL Leadership Team

Video Library

Meet our community of dedicated staff and volunteers and tour our facilities. Visit our Video Library

Who We Are

BFL-history1Barrier Free Living (BFL) began its ground-breaking work with people with disabilities in 1978 as a Federally-funded Research and Demonstration Project first known as “Project Outward Bound”.

Since then, BFL has gone on to work with thousands of people with disabilities, has launched several successful award winning programs and has become a leader in working with survivors of domestic violence with disabilities.

In 2021, BFL celebrates 40 years as agency. We are launching a new Free media campaign as well as hosting a number of workshops and events for supporters and the people we serve.

A History of Barrier Free Living (PDF)

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Financials & Downloads

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Helping People with Disabilities Help Themselves

Our agency continues to provide services and support for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities during the COVID-19 crisis. Read More »