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National Association of the Deaf

Provides legal resources, education, advocacy, interpreter program, assists with relay programming, assistive devices, captioning programs, information and referral and more related to deafness from infants to seniors.

Services: Advocacy, Assistive Listening Devices, Disease/Disability Information, Human Rights Groups, Public Awareness/Education, Telecommunication Relay Services

8630 Fenton Street, Suite 820

Silver Spring, MD 20910

(301) 587-1789

National Institute on Aging

Provides a variety of publications on health issues in both English and Spanish, an extensive list of clinical trials, information on Alzheimer's disease, and a comprehensive list of health and aging organizations.

Services: Clinical Trials, Disease/Disability Information, Information Clearinghouses, Printed Materials

31 Center Drive, MSC 2292

Building 31, Room 5C27

Bethesda, MD 20892

(800) 222-2225

National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Northern California Chapter

Provides a source of information and support for people with MS, their families, friends and professionals involved in their care.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Health/Disabilities Related Volunteer Opportunities, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Peer Counseling, Public Awareness/Education

1700 Owens Street, Suite 190

San Francisco, CA 94158

(800) 344-4867

National Parkinson Foundation, Inc.

Provides a wide variety of information, resources, educational materials on Parkinson disease, supports research and clinical trials, and provides outreach through affiliates nationwide.

Services: Disease/Disability Information

200 South East 1st Street

Miami, FL 33131

(800) 473-4636

National Resource Center on ADHD - CHADD

Supports individuals with ADHD by offering online webcasts, weekly e-newsletter, and online community for questions and answers.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Information Clearinghouses

4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 300

Lanham, MD 20706

(866) 200-8098

Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa

During Coronavirus COVID-19 continues to provide ombudsmen who advocate for residents of long-term care facilities which include skilled nursing facilities, large assisted living facilities and small 6-8 bed residential care homes for the elderly.

Services: Adult Protective Intervention/Investigation, Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs, Nursing Facility Complaints, Patient Rights Assistance

2255 Contra Costa Boulevard, Suite 204

Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

(925) 685-2070

Patient Financial Counseling - CCHS

Provides information, eligibility and application assistance for health coverage programs available to Contra Costa residents.

Services: Affordable Care Act Insurance Information/Counseling

597 Center Avenue, Suite 320

Martinez, CA 94553

(800) 771-4270

Promotoras Program - CCHS

Provide assistance with completion of applications for MediCal, CalFresh, Covered CA, disability for pregnancy/illness PRUCOL, CAPI, linkage to SSI/SSDI, long term disability and referrals to community resources.

Services: Affordable Care Act Insurance Information/Counseling, Certificates/Forms Assistance

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Martinez, CA 94553

RES SUCCESS Day Services Program - Ferry St., Martinez

Provides an adult day program for adults with developmental disabilities.

Services: Adult Day Programs, Independent Living Skills Instruction

801 Ferry Street

Martinez, CA 94553

(925) 229-8228

RES SUCCESS Day Services Program - Hercules

Provides an adult day program for adults with mild developmental disabilities.

Services: Adult Day Health Programs, Developmental Disabilities Activity Centers, Independent Living Skills Instruction

702 Alfred Noble Drive

Hercules, CA 94547

(925) 229-8228

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