ADA

PCCHC Accessibility Statement

The Passaic County Cultural & Heritage Council strives to maintain a barrier-free facility including complete access for patrons using wheelchairs, large print programs, FM listening systems and "at select performances" open-captioning.

 
Please contact (973) 684-5444 for availability.

 
Universal Accessibility Symbols

 

This symbol means the organization complies with all the following architectural features

Accessible private parking or valet service (Parking situations vary tremendously. At minimum, an organization has to have the required ratio of disabled-designated parking spaces in a privately controlled lot.)
An accessible route from the parking area to the accessible building entrance
An accessible entrance to the primary function
An accessible bathroom
Provisions for wheelchair seating:

 

This symbol means the organization has an Assistive Listening System (either Infrared, FM, or Induction Loop) in its assembly area.

This symbol means the organization offers sign-interpretation for select performances. In some cases, sign interpretation will only be offered if requested within a designated period of time prior to the event.

This symbol means the organization offers open or closed captioning for select performances. Please note: in some cases, captioning will only be offered if requested within a designated period of time prior to the event.

This symbol means the organization offers audio description for select performances. Please note: in some cases, audio description will only be offered if requested within a designated period of time prior to the event.

This symbol means the organization offers Braille programs. Please note: in some cases, Braille materials will only be offered if requested within a designated period of time prior to the event.

This symbol means the organization offers Large Print programs. Please note: in some cases, Large Print materials will only be provided if requested within a designated period of time prior to the event.

 
Access Resources

The New Jersey Theatre Alliance website has a list of New Jersey resources for those who welcome patrons with disabilities.  Go to https://njtheatrealliance.org/cultural-access-network-project