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Cabrillo College - Learning Skills Program

The Learning Skills Program is designed to serve students with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit disorder (ADHD). Eligible students utilize accommodations and services which include: extended time on tests in a less distracting environment, note takers, priority registration, assistance with class scheduling, specialized computer applications, tutoring, and/or counseling from DSPS counselors. Learning disability assessments conducted to determine eligibility. Students who have ADHD, or have previously received services because of a learning disability, should bring their supporting documentation to the Learning Skills Program Office. 831.479.6220,
Main Campus: 6500 Soquel Dr. Aptos, CA 95003 [ A, CO, SPED ]

211

211 in Santa Cruz County can help you find food, housing, health care, senior services, child care, legal aid and much more. Call today. Free. Confidential. Multilingual. Available 24/7.
Phone Only [ A, CO, FN, FY, HW, H, LS, M, PS, Q, SS, SPED, SE ]

California Department of Education Procedural Safeguards Referral Service

Provides technical assistance information and resources for parents, school districts, advocates, agencies and others of procedural safeguards regarding students between ages 3 and 21 with disabilities and their educational rights. 479-6431
See Website [ A, LS, PS, SPED ]

California Relay Services

STATEWIDE. Services enable Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Speech Disabled persons to communicate over the phone. Specially trained operators relay the conversation as it takes place. For information on how to obtain special TTY/TDD equipment, call 800-1191 24 hours. Free. Bilingual services.
Phone Only [ SPED ]

Central Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL)- Santa Cruz County

Advocacy and information center for the disabled. Helps with access to services, programs, benefits/information, living independently, improvingly access to our communities, info regarding disability rights, housing, etc. Also, will provide interpreter for hearing impaired clients of social services agencies. Voice: (831) 462-8720 TDD (831) 462-8729 Fax (831) 462-8727 Email: cccil@cccil.org
41st Avenue, Suite 101 Capitola, CA 95010 [ HW, SPED ]

Community Support Services

Provides housing, treatment, case coordination, and peer support services that support and educate mental health consumers and their families. (831) 459-0444
542 Ocean Street Santa Cruz, CA [ CO, HW, H, M, PS, SPED ]

Easter Seals Central California- Santa Cruz County

Information, referrals, support groups, and other services for youth and adults with disabilities. Services for disabled children in the classroom and at home. Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30opm. (831) 684-2166
9010 Soquel Drive, Suite 1, Aptos, CA 95003 [ CO, HW, PS, SPED ]

Environmental Traveling Companions

Whitewater river rafting, skiing , kayaking, and a chance to build leadership skills. Open to people with disabilities and disadvantaged youth. http://www.etctrips.org/
See Website [ REC, SPED ]

Launch Pad

Launch Pad is open Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 3:00 to 5:30 PM in Soquel Village and offers one-to-one, specialized instruction to students with learning disabilities and differences, such as dyslexia, or significant gaps in achievement from a variety of causes.
4951 Soquel Drive, Soquel, CA [ A, REC, SPED ]

Monterey Bay Horsemanship & Therapeutic Center

Classes and camps for all ages and abilities including those with special needs. (831) 761-1142
475 Eucalyptus Way La Selva Beach,CA 95076 [ M, REC, SPED ]

Mood Matters Mental Health Client Action Network (MHCAN)

Mood Matters is a weekly, drop-in, peer support discussion group for persons with depression or bipolar disorder. Family and friends are welcome. There are no dues or fees. Meets Mondays 6:00pm 8:00pm. 1051 Cayuga Street, Santa Cruz, CA For more information contact: Steve Wiesinger 831-246-1893 Jesika 408-489-6377
1051 Cayuga Street, Santa Cruz, CA [ CO, PS, SPED ]

SPIN of Santa Cruz County (Special Parents Information Network)

Parent-to-parent support, networking, and resource information over the phone and educational workshops for parents of children of all ages with special needs. P.O. Box 2367, Santa Cruz, CA 95063 (831)722-2800 info@spinsc.org
P.O. Box 2367, Santa Cruz, CA 95063 [ A, CO, PS, SPED ]