CHADD www.Chadd.org Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) Works to improve the lives of people with ADHD.
ASPEN Network www.aspennetwork.net 15 Vallecito Lane Orinda, Ca 94563 732-321-0880 Provides families and individuals whose lives are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders
with Education, Support and Advocacy.
Care Parent Network www.contracostaarc.com 1340 Arnold Drive, Suite 115 Martinez, Ca 94553 925-313-0999 Helps families meet the unique challenges of parenting a child with special needs.
Mt. Diablo Adult Education https://mdae.mdusd.org/ 1266 San Carlos Ave Concord Ca, 94518 925-685-7340 Transition Options Program (TOP) Provides education and support to adults with Asperger's,
High Functioning Autism and other related disorders.
Adaptations (tech store) www.Lighthouse-sf.org/shop/ 1155 Market St, 10th Floor, San Francisco, Ca 94103 1-888-400-8933 Offers a wide variety of technology, and other solutions for blind and visually impaired people.
Lighthouse for the Blind San Francisco www.Lighthouse-sf.org1155 Market St, 10th Floor, San Francisco, Ca 94103 415-431-1481 Provides education, training, advocacy, and community for blind individuals in California.
Mt. Diablo Adult Education www.mdae.mdusd.org 1266 San Carlos Ave Concord, Ca 94518 925-685-7340 On Track Program: Addresses the needs of adults who have suffered an acquired brain
Hearing Loss Association of America East Bay Chapter www.Hearingloss.org 1260 A St Hayward, 94541 925-264-1199 Offers a variety of services for individuals with hearing loss including information,
education, supportive services and support groups.
ARC George Miller Center www.Contracostaarc.com 1340 Arnold Dr., Ste 127 Martinez, 94553 925-370-1818 Enhances and enriches the lives of children and adults with intellectual and developmental
Futures Explored www.futures-explored.org 4071 Port Chicago Hwy, Ste 140 Concord, 94520 925-825-0263 Provides life skills and work related training to adults with developmental disabilities.
Regional Center of the East Bay www.rceb.org 1320 Willow Pass Rd., Ste 300 Concord, Ca 94520 925-691-2300 Supports persons with developmental disabilities and their families with the tools
needed to achieve lives of quality and satisfaction, and builds partnerships that
result in inclusive communities
Mt. Diablo Adult Education https://mdae.mdusd.org/ 1266 San Carlos Ave Concord, 94518 925-685-7340 Life Skills Program Provides training in independent living skills, pre-vocational
skills, social/relationship skills, computer skills and functional academics.
Learning Disability Association of California www.cainclusion.org 412-341-1515 A nonprofit volunteer organization of parents, professionals, and adults with learning
Mental Health America www.Mhanational.org 1-800-969-664 Addresses the needs of those living with mental illness and promotes the overall mental
health of all Americans.
N.A.M.I 2151 Salvio St, Ste V Concord, Ca 94520 1-800-950-6264 A grass roots organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of
Americans affected by mental illness.
S.A.M.H.S.A. Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Hotline. 1-800-662-4357 National help line for individuals and families facing mental and or substance disorders.
Putnam Clubhouse https://www.putnamclubhouse.org 3024 Willow Pass Rd., Suite 230 Concord, Ca 94519 925-691-4276 Helps clients recover from the effects of mental illness to lead a personally satisfying
and productive life through work and work-mediated relationships.
1080 Marina Village Pkwy, Ste 500 Alameda, Ca 94501 415-673-7500
Department of Rehabilitation www.dor.ca.gov/ 1485 Civic Court Ste. 1100 Concord, CA 94520 Antioch: Phone: 925-754-7700; TDD: 925-676-5623 Concord: Phone: 925-602-3953; TDD: 925-676-5623 Richmond: Phone: 510-232-7062; TDD 510-412-1430 Works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy
resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.
A.L.I.V.E. 808 West Third Street Antioch, Ca 94509 925-779-1039 Actively Living and Involved in a Variety of Endeavors. Services primarily consumers
with significant physical and some mental disabilities.
3075 Adeline Street, Suite 155 Berkeley, Ca 94703 510-225-6400 A nonprofit that works to fully integrate people with disabilities into the communities
around them via research, policy, and consulting efforts.
New Directions for Young Adults www.ndfya.com/california 100 Longbrook Way Ste 20 Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 1-844-814-7084 Assistive living program supporting disabilities of all kinds through direction therapy.
B.O.R.P Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program www.borp.org
3075 Adeline Street, Suite 200 Berkeley, CA 94703-2578 510-849-4663 -Adaptive Cycling -Adventures and outings -Adult Wheelchair Basketball -Goalball -Power Soccer -Youth Sports Program -Access Northern California -Veterans Outreach
Local ADA Trails Briones to Mt. Diablo Trail, Walnut Creek Contra Costa Canal Trail, Walnut Creek Rancho San Antonio, San Antonio Preserve
Tourette Association of America (Northern CA/Hawaii) Tain Court Brentwood. Ca 94513 925-787-7493 Supports the needs of individuals and families affected by Tourette Syndrome and Tic
Center for Independent Living www.thecil.org 3075 Adeline Street, Suite 100 Berkeley, CA. 94703 510-841-4776 Provides advocacy and services that increase awareness, collaboration, and opportunity
among people with disabilities and the community at large.
Disability Inclusion Network www.meetup.com/Sacramento-Education-Meetup/ Sacramento, Ca Provides a safe understanding place for people with disabilities to hang out.
Ed Roberts Campus www.Edrobertscampus.org 3075 Adeline, Suite 105 Berkeley, CA 94703 510-225-6300 Houses the offices of the collaborating organizations as well as fully accessible meeting
rooms, a computer/media resource center, a fitness center, a cafe, and a child development
Pacific ADA Center www.adapacific.org 555 12th Street, Suite 1030 Oakland, CA 510-285-5600 Building a partnership between the disability community and the general public by enhancing
understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)