Deaf Community Services of San Diego, Inc. promotes the full participation of deaf and hard-of-hearing people in all aspects of society, they are a non-profit organization serving deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened adults, and deaf-blind community of greater San Diego County.
The SDSU Center for Autism is an interdisciplinary group of researchers and clinical scientists focusing on improving lives of children, adolescents, and adults with autism spectrum disorders and related conditions. The Center has an extensive research program with a strong lifespan approach.
Medicare Help USA is a free resource that offers assistance in finding the Medicare coverage that is right for you. The site offers information on the different parts of Medicare, as well as applying for Medicare.
If you have a hearing scheduled for a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim, this site has valuable information that you should know about. You can search this data using the judge’s name, or you can view all states and then select a state and a city
This site is updated monthly with the most current data available from the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). All statistical information on the site is for the current fiscal year. The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st – September 30th.
The Long Term Care Ombudsman program advocates for residents in Long Term Care Facilities, such as nursing homes, as well as investigates abuse in other licensed facilities.
An Ombudsman listens to concerns, provides information and assistance when requested and will investigate and resolve complaints related to care or personal rights.
Southern Caregiver Resource Center provides services for any San Diego or Imperial County resident who is caring for an adult with a chronic and disabling condition in need of assistance. A free service for caregivers of family or friends. They provide respite, support and refer to legal assistance.
The premier nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease. From community services and education to advocacy and research, HDSA is the world’s leader in providing help for today and hope for tomorrow for people with Huntington’s disease and their families.
Huntington’s Support Group, meets the 4th Monday of every month at Sharp: 8520 Tech Way San Diego, CA 92123
The CA Assisted Living Guide examines the best facilities in your area, provides tips for finding the right fit, and answers some frequently asked questions. It was developed to help families and caregivers find the best facility to fit their specific needs. It also breaks down the amenities of several local assisted living facilities.
The Department of Transportation’s Departmental Office of Civil Rights wants to provide their site’s users assistance by making available links to government and organization websites, as well as research sites.
Helpful links from San Diego Neuropsychology pertaining to issues such as: Alzheimer’s, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsey, Dementia, Military and Veteran Caregivers, Stroke Information, and more.
The San Diego Food Bank’s mission is to provide nutritious food to people in need, senior food baskets delivered, advocate for the hungry and educate the public about hunger-related issues.
Helping adults with blindness or vision impairment to be independent by offering counseling, training, community education, outreach programs and more.
Providing Housing assistance, enrollment help with Medi-Cal, Covered Ca and Cal-Fresh. Providing accountable, equal access services that empower, support and restore justice to those who come through their doors.
Person-centered supported living agency assisting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in a home of their own with support.
Empowering developmentally disabled adults with the vocational and social skills that enable them to be as independent as possible in the community.
Helps people with developmental disabilities discover & nurture potential-giving a chance to live life to the fullest.
Help individuals with disabilities save money to pay for qualified expenses, without being taxed on the earnings and without losing eligibility for certain means-tested benefit programs.
Resource and information hub that connects people with community, health and disaster services through a free, 24/7 stigma-free confidential phone service and searchable online database.
Non-profit information center for travelers with disabilities.
Provides over 50 comprehensive human care services to people of all ages and faiths.
Provides quality, low-cost, primary health care to South Bay & Central/ Southeastern San Diego residents, from infants to seniors.
Support, educate, and advocate for people with mental illnesses.
The Prison Ministry is an outreach program to both men and women who are in prison, to those recently released from prison, and to the families and children who have loved ones incarcerated. Provides regular contact with inmates, parolees, and family members.
The Rock facility, one of the most technologically advanced venues in San Diego, houses a 3,500-seat sanctuary, classrooms, offices, bookstore, cafeteria and Rock Academy (Preschool through 12th grade). Here’s amap of the inside of the building. There are many symbolic biblical elements in the building’s design. See if you can spot them when you visit. Check out our history.
SDHCC serves as a catalyst for achieving a vision for better health in the San Diego Region by leading through: Convene and Build Consensus, Education, and Advocacy.
Advocates and promotes employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieving victory over mental illnesses through advocacy, education, research and service.
Patient-oriented, non-profit, volunteer health agency that offers various support groups throughout San Diego and Imperial County pertinent to people with lupus.
Provide programs focused on the treatment, education, and rehabilitation of individuals with mental health problems who may also have co-occurring substance use problems.
Provides affordable long-term physical rehabilitation to those who survived catastrophic injury or illnesses by delivering quality clinical services on an income-based, sliding fee scale, offering vital options for care.
Providing residential alternatives to custody and pre-release success-based reentry services.
Provides services to help the homeless, poor, and needy, without discrimination to become self-supporting members of our community.
St. Paul’s PACE provides coordinated medical and social services to seniors in San Diego County who wish to continue living in their own home despite chronic health needs. For many, it is a welcomed alternative to a nursing home. Services include: Medical Care, Ongoing Rehabilitative Therapies, In-Home Care Services, Social Work, Day Center Activities, Transportation. Visit website https://www.stpaulspace.org
Provides services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living and equality for individuals with disabilities. (Largest vocational rehabilitation program in the country)
Exceptional Family Resource Center provides support, information and education for families of children with disabilities, offering emotional support and factual information, the Center enables families to help their children reach their fullest potential.
Offers mental health and counseling services in the home, facility, or office setting to individuals who would otherwise be unable to obtain treatment.
Ensure that people with development disabilities and their families receive the services and supports they need.