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Center For Independent Dsbld in San Mateo, CA
1515 S El Camino Real Ste 400
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The Center for Independence of the Disabled, also known as CID, is a privately owned, nonprofit corporation that offers independent living programs. Incorporated in 1979, it helps more than 2,000 people with disabilities in direct and indirect services. It also serves over 3,400 disabled people with individual and systems advocacy issues. The Center for Independence of the Disabled provides peer counseling and consulting services and independent living skills, work incentive and assistive technology programs. It is a member of the California Foundation of Independent Living Centers and the National Council of Independent Living. The corporation is affiliated with other nonprofit agencies through its membership in the California Association of Nonprofits. Its staff, management and board of directors consist of people with significant disabilities. The Center for Independence of the Disabled is located in San Mateo, Calif.
2.Center For Independent Living
1904 Franklin St Ste 320
Developmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsSocial Service Organizations
3.Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco
825 Howard St
CharitiesHuman Services OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
The Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco, founded in 1976, is a disability rights advocacy and support organization. It works in partnerships with businesses, community organizations and government. Its programs and services include information and referrals, assistive technology education and support, peer and housing counseling, employment planning and individual advocacy. Through its Latino Outreach Project, the Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco provides bilingual, bicultural services to Spanish-speaking consumers with disabilities. It also assists individuals in accessing a variety of services, including housing counseling and applying for emergency housing funds; obtaining assistive technology; and evaluating information regarding medical and financial benefits. The organization is based in San Francisco.
4.Center For Independent Living
610 16th St Ste 419
Developmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsSocial Service OrganizationsHome Health Care Equipment & Supplies
5.Center For Independent Living
1300 Clay St
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
6.Center For Independent Living
3075 Adeline St Ste 100
Senior Citizens Services & OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
7.Silicon Valley Independent Living Center
2202 N 1st St
Human Services OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsSocial Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
The Silicon Valley Independent Living Center is a private, nonprofit organization that offers services to individuals with disabilities. It serves people with physical, mental, emotional, cognitive, visual and hearing disabilities. The organization provides individual and group therapies and family and couple counseling services. The Silicon Valley Independent Living Center offers information and referrals on available and accessible housing options. It additionally provides individual and group instruction on tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities. The organization s personal assistant services assist consumers in finding and hiring personal assistants. The Silicon Valley Independent Living Center offers a therapeutic recreation program that provides opportunities for adults with severe disabilities to explore leisure activities, such as art and craft fairs, barbeques, lunch and dinner outings, museum tours, rafting, sea kayaking and shopping excursions. The program also includes visits to the beach and parks, as well as trips to plays, musicals, operas and sporting events. It is located in San Jose, Calif..
8.Marin Center For Independent Living
710 4th St
Independent Living Services For The Disabled
9.Independent Living Resource
649 Mission St Fl 3
Counseling ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsHuman Services Organizations
10.Independent Peer Socialization
2280 Kenwood Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Founded in 1980, Independent Peer Socialization Training Program (IPSTP) is a provider of after-school skills training programs to individuals with autism. Located in San Jose, Calif., the training is also open for youngsters or young adults with any kind of disability. The main goal of the program remains to give disabled individuals an opportunity to interact with non-handicapped peers for the purpose of modeling and learning age-appropriate skills and behavior. Independent Peer Socialization Training Program (IPSTP) has association with the California State Department of Developmental Services, Cannon Soccer and San Jose Earthquakes.
11.Housing For Independent People
481 Valley Way
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Housing for Independent People, Inc ( HIP ) is a nonprofit provider of housing for people with special needs. HIP provides housing for very low-income people with developmental disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, people with AIDS/HIV+, and the elderly. The typical HIP resident has an income of about $1300/month, usually in social security benefits. HIP's rents are affordable for this population, starting at $382/month. It provides housing or shelter to 264 people in 138 units of housing at 19 locations in the Bay Area, primarily in Watsonville, San Jose and Oakland. HIP partners with a number of social service agencies that offer its residents an array of services to support them living independently in the community.
12.Local Independent Charities
1100 Larkspur Landing Cir Ste 340
Community OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
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