- Adaptive Climbing Group - Adaptive Climbing Group is a community for people with disabilities to have opportunities to inclusively participate in the sport of climbing. They have programs in Massachusetts, New York, and Illinois but will help get adaptive climbing programs started elsewhere in the U.S. They primarily focus on competitive paraclimbing (recognized by USA Climbing and the International Federation of Sport Climbing).
- Disabled Sports USA: Rock Climbing - Disabled Sports USA’s mission is to provide national leadership and opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, recreation and educational programs.
- International Federation of Sport Climbing: Paraclimbing - The IFSC has been hosting paraclimbing competitions since 2006, when the first international event saw athletes from four National Federations compete in Ekaterinburg, Russia.
- Paradox Sports - The Paradox Sports Adaptive Climbing Initiative seeks to make climbing accessible to all. Supported by The North Face, Paradox Sports has put together a comprehensive training program to welcome people with physical disabilities into the climbing community. These courses get climbing facilitators the experience and equipment they need to offer quality adaptive climbing programs.
- Parasports Live - Provides and promotes videos of parasports events.
- USA Climbing: Adaptive - USA Climbing: Adaptive provides access for athletes with physical disabilities to compete in both bouldering and sport climbing. The Adaptive series builds camaraderie, community, and opportunity through clinics, workshops, and other programming.