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WELCOME TO DISABLED RESOURCES CENTER

Our Mission

To empower people with disabilities to live independently in the community, to make their own decisions about their lives and to advocate on their own behalf.

DRC provides services to all people with disabilities, regardless of their age, gender, ethnicity, sexual preference or disability type.



Notice to the Public

 

Metro Mobility Training Complaints under (Title VI) Civil Rights Act

 

 

TITLE VI COMPLAINT FORM

 

TITLE VI COMPLAINT PROCEDURE

 

NOTIFYING THE PUBLIC OF RIGHTS

UNDER TITLE VI

 

email title.vi.complaint@drcinc.org

 


 


DRC's 2012 - 2013 Highlights & Milestones

 

 

For a detailed account of the happenings at DRC during 2012 - 2013, you can Click Here to view our Annual Report.


 

DRC At A Glance - List of Services

 

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Sloan Award

 

DRC is thrilled to share that we received the 2012 Alfred P. Sloan Awards
for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility.

 

The award ranks DRC in the top 20% of employers nationally in terms of programs, policies, and culture for creating an effective and flexible workplace. The two-step selection process was a rigorous one, involving an evaluation of DRC’s programs and practices and a confidential employee survey.


 

 

Assitive Technology

Disabled Resources Center

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Covered California


The following organizations and grants allow Disabled Resources Center, Inc., to provide the programs and services needed. Thanks to the many people involved to make this happen.

 

 


Article From The Press Telegram Newspaper
" Induction looping technology turns sounds on for hearing impaired
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Looping Technology

 

Disabled Resources Center, Inc., has become the first organization in Long Beach to become a hearing-friendly facility by installing the Induction looping system which allows individuals with hearing loss to hear clear sound directly from a microphone to their hearing aids without the use of a headset.

Those with hearing problems turn on a switch in the hearing aid, called a T-coil, and are able to use the system, and those without hearing issues don't notice any difference at all.

 

To look-up other cities to see if they are looped visit, Assistive Listening Device Locator's website at http://www.aldlocator.com/



 

 

Long Beach Paratransit Service Advisory Committee. If you are interested in being on the Long Beach Paratransit Service Advisory Committee, please fill out the application and send it to:

Disabled Resources Center

2750 E. Spring Street, #100

Long Beach, CA 90806

ATTN: Dolores Nason

or

Long Beach Transit

1963 E. Anaheim Street

Long Beach, CA 90801

C/O Shirley Hsiao

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If You do not have Adobe Reader, you can download it here:
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Need Help With Your Utilities?

The Southern California Edison and Gas Company Assistance Fund/EAF/GAF is available to help people pay their Edison or Gas bill. Please review the income guidelines that are listed. If you need more information or help in applying for the once a year assistance, please contact Mario Rodriguez, our Housing Coordinator, at (562) 427-1000 x14.


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