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    Community Resources

    If you have questions about accessing any of these resources, please contact ILRCSF at 415-543-6222, or info@ILRCSF.org.

    • San Francisco Paratransit is a specialized transportation service for persons who are unable to independently use regular buses, streetcars, or BART, due to a disability or health related condition some or all of the time. Paratransit is provided by public transportation systems as part of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
      www.sfparatransit.com
    • Community Living Fund provides services including case management, in-home care, home modifications, meal services and more  to people transiting out of nursing homes and back into the community.
      www.sfhsa.org/388.htm
    • The AT Network has over 1200 listings of organizations, vendors and programs providing assistive technology and assistive technology services for people in California
      www.atnet.org
    • Social Security Administration On-Line Services
      www.ssa.gov
    • Disabled Students programs and Services at City College of San Francisco
      www.ccsf.edu/NEW/en/student-services/student-counseling/dsps.html
    • The Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) assists Californians with disabilities obtain and retain employment and maximize their ability to live independently in their communities. Working with individuals of every type and category of disability, DOR provides vocational rehabilitation services to eligible Californians. DOR also provides ADA technical assistance and training and funds 29 Independent Living Centers which offer information and referral services to assist individuals with disabilities live active, independent lives.
      www.rehab.cahwnet.gov
    • Bay Area Legal Aid’s mission is to provide meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client’s location, language or disability.
      www.baylegal.org
    • Disability Rights California is a nonprofit agency that works with people with disabilities — to protect, advocate for and advance their human and legal rights. PAI strives to create a barrier free, inclusive society that values diversity and each individual.
      www.disabilityrightsca.org
    • Rebuilding Together San Francisco provides free home repair and renovation programs for low-income, elderly and disabled San Franciscans and for nonprofit and neighborhood facilities. Thousands of volunteers join our efforts each year.
      www.rebuildingtogethersf.org
    • The Haight Street Free Clinic was established to help the thousands of young people on the street in the Haight Ashbury district whose lives were affected by drug and alcohol abuse, mental and physical problems.
      www.hafci.org
    • The Mayor’s Office on Disability is responsible for overseeing the implementation and local enforcement of the City and County of San Francisco’s obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other Federal and state disability civil rights and accessibility laws.
      www.sfgov2.org/index.aspx?page=386
    • San Francisco Network of Support for Veterans
      www.sanfrancisco.networkofcare.org
    • San Francisco In Home Support Services. Subsidized in-home care for people with disabilities.
      www.sfihsspa.org
    • San Francisco Medi-Cal Office
      www.dhcs.ca.gov/services/medi-cal/pages/countyoffices.aspx#sacramentocounty
    • Support for Families with Children with Disabilities
      www.supportforfamilies.org
    • Amber DiPietra
      www.adipietra.blogspot.com
    • San Francisco 211 can help you find food, housing, health care, senior services, child care, legal aid and much more.
      www.211bayarea.org/san-francisco/
    • The Mesothelioma and Asbestos Awareness Center provides consumers with information about this rare form of cancer and the disabilities that can be related to it. http://www.maacenter.org