V-LINC's mission is to help people with disabilities fulfill their potential for a productive, independent life through the use of technology, at school, in the workplace, at home, and in the community. V-LINC provides services without regard to economic circumstances, age, severity or type of disability. The "V" is for the volunteers who make it happen.

Because there is no one size that fits all. 


Custom Bikes

Because everyone deserves the chance to enjoy an active lifestyle!

Apply for a custom bike HERE! 

V-LINC provides custom bikes for adults and children with disabilities when a commercially available option does not exist or is cost prohibitive.  V-LINC reviews each bike request carefully to ensure it fits within our scope and budget.  Our volunteer medical professionals ensure the bike is suited to each person's strengths and physical capabilities.  

To be eligible for an adaptive bike, a child must meet the requirements listed under the Section entitled "Andy's Bike Clinic" and live in one of our service areas.  Unless part of a special program, there is a fee for custom bikes which is supplemented by our generous donors and V-LINC supporters.  

If your child does not meet these requirements and/or resides beyond Baltimore City and surrounding counties, please contact us.  We may have alternative programs or referrals available to help your child achieve his/her goals.

V-LINC can help ensure your child has an appropriate bike to ride! RISE for Autism can ensure your child with any disability knows how to ride.  Check out their iCan Shine Bike Camp


community partner Highlight!

W.E.A.N. (Women Embracing Abilities Nowis a peer counseling/mentoring organization servicing women and young ladies with varying degrees of dis-ABILITIES. The mission of W.E.A.N. is to "wean" women and young ladies with dis-ABILITIES from having their limitations be their focal point, thus having them living "with" their ABILITIES. W.E.A.N. also seeks to empower and promote independence at its highest level to women and young ladies with dis-ABILITIES. To help them become more productive by creating mentoring relationships, and hosting workshops and conferences that teach coping skills such as self-worth, self-advocacy, sexuality, and community involvement.

V-LINC provides W.E.A.N. a dedicated pipeline for customized AT projects.  Find out how your organization can partner with V-LINC today!  Email cmcgraw@v-linc.org or call 410.554.9134

 V-LINC is a philanthropic, 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.