UCP Michigan provided direct services to over 850 people during 2013. Programs include the RICC project (Regional Inclusive Community Coaltion), Upper Peninsual Assistive Technology Center and the Assistive Technology and Employment Loan Funds.
The RICC project teaches people with disabilities to advocate for themselves on all levels.
The Assistive Technology (AT) Center focuses on building the capacity of local school districts to meet the AT needs of special education students.
The Michigan AT Loan Fund loans money to people with disabilities to buy assistive technology equipment, including accessible vehicles and communication systems.
The Michigan Employment Loan Fund provides financial loans to people with disabilities for employment related equipment and training, including self-employment, or to maintain, increase or enhance employment.