ASC is located outside Room 1073 in The Hub, upstairs behind the library.
The Accessibility Support Center (ASC) offers academic support for students with disabilities at Cabrillo College. We are here to assist students with disabilities in achieving their academic goals by providing eq...[Full Record]
The DFEH receives and investigates discrimination complaints in its five district offices throughout the California. The district offices handle employment, housing, public accommodations, and hate violence cases, along with a special investigations unit which focuses on systemic discrimin...[Full Record]
The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities. DOR administers the largest vocational rehabilitation a...[Full Record]
Purpose is to obtain for people with disabilities the same access and rights of everyday life enjoyed by people without disabilities. Works on advocacy at both state and local levels. Membership fee includes subscription to newsletter and local advocacy updates.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to a...[Full Record]
CCCIL promotes the independence of people with disabilities by supporting their equal and full participation in life. CCCIL provides advocacy, education, and support to people with disabilities, their families, and the community. We’re one of a nationwide network of Centers for Independent...[Full Record]
Costanoa Commons began with friendships between families whose disabled children range in age from 17-30. Knowing how important friendships are, we envision our adult children benefiting from living in the community, together with nondisabled people, sharing everyday life.
Our vision i...[Full Record]
DCARA (Deaf Counseling, Advocacy, and Referral Agency) provides counseling, interpreting and advocacy for deaf, late deafened or hard of hearing clients. Provides assistance in government benefits, housing, insurance, education, employment, and communication access. Provides adjustment ser...[Full Record]
14895 East 14th St., Ste 200
Disability Rights California is a nonprofit disability rights organization.
10 critical services that Disability Rights California provides free of charge:
1)telling people with disabilities about their many legal, civil and service rights;
2)technical assistance, training, publicatio...[Full Record]
Blind Babies Foundation has been providing critical early intervention and education services to infants and preschoolers who are blind or visually impaired for 60 years. Our family-centered services are provided in the home environment and encourage every child's development to the fulles...[Full Record]
The March of Dimes California Chapter has one goal: to help babies in our community start life in the healthiest way possible. Our programs help moms-to-be learn how to take care of themselves before, during and after their pregnancy....[Full Record]
1101 S. Winchester Blvd., Ste E-155