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  • Insurance Resource Center

    Agency: UNITED POLICYHOLDERS

    Offers an advocacy and information resource for insurance consumers, especially during a disaster or emergency crisis. Promotes disaster preparedness and insurance literacy through outreach and education in partnership with civic, faith based, business, and other non-profit associations.Provides free tools to help solve insurance problems that aris...


  • National Center for Parents with Disabilities and their Children

    Agency: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

    Staffed by nationally recognized experts regarding parents with disabilities, most of whom have personal or family experience with disability or deafness. Offers consultations, trainings and publications to parents, family members and professionals.Legal program focuses on custody issues of parents with disabilities.


  • Nueva Vista Community Center

    Agency: COMMUNITY BRIDGES

    Provides a broad range of direct services for families, as well as information and referrals to other programs that may be of assistance. Application Assistance:Help with enrollment and reporting for government services (i.e. Cal-Fresh, unemployment), job applications, housing applications, resume building and more.Community Advocacy:We seek to mee...


  • Advocacy and Referrals

    Agency: Catholic Charities - Ontario

    This program offers assessments and follow-up services for families in need of support services, intense case progress documentation, advocacy and referrals to wrap around community services.


  • Disaster Recovery Services

    Agency: Community Assisting Recovery

    This program provides disaster recovery help, information, advocacy and guidance.


  • Patient Advocate

    Agency: California Office of the Patient Advocate

    This program provides annual health care quality report cards in health plans and medical groups. 


  • Advocacy Services

    Agency: NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR MEDICATION ASSISTED RECOVERY

    Advocates for patients in treatment by de-stigmatizing and empowering medication assisted treatment patients. Confronts the negative stereotypes that impact the self esteem and worth of many medication assisted treatment patients.


  • CalWORKS Emergency Payment Program (CEPP)

    Agency: COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD OF SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, INC. (CAB, Inc.)

    CEPP Provides emergency payments for services, information, and referrals to support the continuation of employment and educational goals for participants referred by the county's CalWORKs program. 


  • Mountain Community Resources (MCR)

    Agency: COMMUNITY BRIDGES

    Provides a broad range of direct services for families, as well as information and referrals to other programs that may be of assistance. Application Assistance:Help with enrollment and reporting for government services (i.e. Cal-Fresh, unemployment), job applications, housing applications, resume building and more.Community Advocacy:We seek to mee...


  • Services for Children & Youth

    Agency: WALNUT AVENUE FAMILY & WOMEN'S CENTER

    Offers a range of services for youth including skills workshops, healthy relationships, domestic violence, teen dating violence, gender identity, and body image. Provides one on one mentoring, teen support groups, and homework group.


  • Commission on the Status of Women for San Luis Obispo County

    Agency: Commission on the Status of Women for San Luis Obispo County

    Official advisory agent of the SLO Board of Supervisors. Charged to be a voice advocating equal rights and making recommendations to enhance women's lives by conducting surveys, research and outreach projects. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.


  • Gryphon Place

    Agency: Gryphon Place

    Runs 6 sober living homes throughout the county. Referrals for medical, dental, recovery, training and employment, education, housing, HIV/AIDS, education, food, clothing and mentors.  Speaker's bureau for the community.  


  • National Alliance on Mental Illness San Luis Obispo County

    Agency: National Alliance on Mental Illness San Luis Obispo County

    NAMI SLOCO and National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) are non-profit organizations of people with family members or friends with a disabling mental illness that provides self-help, support and advocacy.  


  • San Luis Obispo County Commission on Aging

    Agency: San Luis Obispo County Commission on Aging

    Enhances communication and cooperation between service providers and senior citizens, promotes advocacy and acts as an advocacy body to the County Board of Supervisors on the needs of all seniors. 


  • Court Advocacy

    Agency: Dynamics for Victims and Supportive Services

    This program assistance to clients with court appointments, assist with letters, update and progress reports, advocacy and restraining orders.


  • CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocates

    Agency: CASA of San Luis Obispo County

    Works with children under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court. 


  • Disability Resource Center

    Agency: Cal Poly State University

    Provides information, referral, and support services to Cal Poly students and prospective students with permanent and temporary disabilities. Support services may include the provision of note takers, test accommodations, sign language interpreters, books on tape, temporary medical parking permits and on-campus transportation.


  • National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees

    Agency: National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees

    NARFE can provide information to retired federal employees on where to obtain assistance with pension changes, health-care programs, survival benefits, and federally- provided life insurance.


  • Senior Connection

    Agency: Area Agency on Aging

    Provides specialized information and assistance and serves older persons, caregivers and others concerned about older persons.  Publishes the San Luis Obispo County Senior Information Guide.


  • Advocacy and Support Group

    Agency: Parents of Murdered Children - Inland Empire

    This program provides prevention of any re-victimization to survivors. In addition, court accompaniment should help to minimize the emotional pain and to restore a sense of power and control to the survivors.


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