200 Washington St.
M-F 8:00am – 4:30pm
Services: Training and employment. In order to receive services, person needs to be considered legally blind. Many of the referrals are from the Division for Blind Services.
Focus on the family: support group for families, days and times for group vary, call to find out the specifics
Radio Reading Program: volunteers record readings from the newspaper, English and Spanish so that people can listen to it on receivers
Computer Training: provide keyboard and window training
Braille Classes: Mondays 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Prosthetic eyes program: Daniel M. Wenske, board-certified ocularist that manufactures ocular prostheses, sclera cover shells and conformers provides services in El Paso on a monthly basis.
401 East Franklin Ave. Suite 240
M – F 8:00am – 5:00pm
Services: Vocational opportunities for individuals with disabilities (mental or physical). Assistance provided in obtaining or retaining employment.
Contact the office to schedule an appointment with a counselor, Bilingual services and sign language interpreter available. Information about vocational services can also be obtained from the department of Disabled Student service (747-5148) at UTEP
Documents needed: ID, social security card and Medicaid and Insurance information
1220 Golden Key Circle, El Paso, TX 79925-5825
(915)591-0800 Voice/TDD, Fax (915) 591-3506
M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Services: Individual and Systems Advocacy, independent Living Skills Training, Peer counseling, Information & Referral , Consumer Managed Personal Assistance Services, School Advocacy & Transition, Outreach Services, ADA Technical Consultation, Disability Etiquette & SensitivityTraining, Fair, Accessible and Affordable Housing Information, Employment Seeking support Services Fixed Route Training, Home by Choice Nursing Home Relocation Services, Information on Social Security Benefits, Medical Equipment Lending Closet.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org