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Resource Directory

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DSCBA Resource Directory-  Most of the people and organizations in this guide were recommended by DSCBA members—those ones are designed with a checkmark. Entries not designated with a checkmark are referrals from other local disability organizations. Please note that DSCBA as an organization does not formally endorse any of the people or entities in this guide—we have simply compiled a list of resources recommended by our members and similar organizations in our community. This resource directory is a constantly updating work in progress.

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National Organizations

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Regional Centers

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Bay Area Family Resource Centers

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  • Family Resource Centers provide parent to parent support, outreach, information and referral services to families of children with disabilities and the professionals who serve them.  All centers serve families of children from birth to three years of age, and many have enhanced funding which allows them to serve families of children over the age of three and individuals with developmental disabilities. 

  • Matrix Parent Network & Resource Center, Novato: (415) 884-3535, (800) 578-2592, www.matrixparents.org

  • Parents Helping Parents, San Jose: (408) 727-5775, www.php.com

  • Family Resource Center, Burlingame: (650) 259-0189, www.communitygatepath.com

  • Family Resource Network, Oakland: (510) 547-7322, www.frnoakland.org

  • Support for Families of Children With Disabilities, San Francisco: (415) 282-7494, www.supportforfamilies.org

  • CARE Center for Access to Resources and Education, Martinez: (925) 313-0999, www.contracostaarc.com

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