# Mayor's Office of People with Disabilities
The Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD), in operation since 1972, works to ensure that New Yorkers with disabilities can lead happy, healthy and productive lives. The MOPD staff work hand-in-hand with other City offices and over 50 agencies to ensure that the voice of the disabled community is represented and that City programs and policies address the needs of people with disabilities. The Office provides information on accessible programs, accessible transportation, employment, health services, activities and other resources to the nearly one million New Yorkers with disabilities and the 6.8 million people with disabilities visiting New York City every year. In addition, the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities works with organizations on specific issues affecting people with disabilities, and aims to bring about dialogue that leads to meaningful outcomes for those living with disabilities. The dedicated staff of the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities works hard every day to make New York City the most accessible city in the world.
CY_budget: included in Mayor's office budget of $139M
budget_percent: included in Mayor's office budget 1.6%
budget_per_disability_capita: included in Mayor's office budget $157.43
program_category: Senior and Disability Welfare
service: Human Services
UN_Sustainable_Development_Goals: Goal 10 Reduced Inequalities