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Scleroderma Foundation, National Office

The foundation offers scleroderma patients and families services through support programs, peer counseling and education.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Specialized Information and Referral

300 Rosewood Dr, Ste 105

Danvers, MA 01923

(978) 463-5843

United States Department of Justice

The U.

Services: Crime Victim Notification Services, Crime Victim Support, Disability Rights Groups, Government Information Services

950 Pennsylvania Ave, NW

Washington, DC 20530

(202) 514-2000

WGCU Radio Reading Service

Radio Reading Service volunteers bring printed materials to those who are blind, physically impaired and print handicapped, via a special radio broadcast.

Services: Disability Related Reading Services Volunteer Opportunities, Reading Services for People With Disabilities

10501 FGCU Blvd S

Fort Myers, FL 33965

(239) 590-2530

Presbyterian Villas of Port Charlotte

Presbyterian Villas features nonassisted affordable housing for the elderly (62+) and disabled with mobility impairment.

Services: Low Income/Subsidized Private Rental Housing

2285 Aaron St

Port Charlotte, FL 33952

(941) 629-6664

The Arc of Charlotte County, Inc. (Chapter 3083)

Academic and Life Skills Training for those individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who have aged out of high school.

Services: Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs

PO Box 495021

Port Charlotte, FL 33949

(941) 457-2586

The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation

The foundation focuses on educating the public about anal cancer (which is a completely different form of cancer from colorectal cancer), and addressing related stigma; advocating for prevention and better early screening; providing support resources for patients, caregivers and professionals; and investing in therapy research.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Health/Disabilities Related Volunteer Opportunities, Peer to Peer Networking, Private Foundations

PO Box 22

New York, NY 10272

(646) 593-7739

Lighthouse of Manasota

The Lighthouse of Manasota is a non profit that exists to educate and empower those affected by vision loss so they may enjoy happy, healthy and independent lives.

Services: Assistive Technology Information, Assistive Technology Training, Condition Specific Rehabilitation Services, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Health Education, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Orientation and Mobility Training, Support Groups, Vocational Rehabilitation

7318 N. Tamiami Trial

Sarasota, FL 34243

(941) 359-1404

Eskaton Telephone Reassurance

Eskaton Telephone Reassurance provides telephone reassurance to seniors throughout the United States 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

1640 Eskaton Loop

Roseville, CA 95747

AARP Florida State Office

Nonpartisan membership organization for people 50 plus in United States.

Services: AARP Tax Aide Programs, Driver Training

(866) 595-7678

The ALS Association Florida Chapter

The ALS Association provides information and education materials on ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease).

Services: Disease/Disability Information

3242 Parkside Center Circle

Tampa, FL 33619

(813) 637-9000

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