California Community Network
The Office of Access and Functional Needs (OAFN) has developed the California Community Network for the purpose of enhancing communication in order to identify needs and locate resources for individuals with access and functional needs impacted by disasters. OAFN utilizes the network to communicate with partner organizations during disasters and recovery.
To include your organization as part of the community network, you must be a direct service provider and willing to provide 24/7 contact information for no less than two staff (one should be in management). Participation in the network is voluntary and participating organizations can use membership to support your administrative needs (i.e. demonstrating partnerships, grant proposals, etc.) Please complete the membership form and send it to: OAFN@caloes.ca.gov or call (916) 845-8884 for questions. Thank you in advance for your interest in the California Community Network!
|State Government||Federal Government||Disability||AFN|
California Department of Transportation
|Centers for Disease Control||Ability Tools||American Red Cross|
|Department of Aging||Department of Health and Human Services||CA Association of the Deaf||Ca Association of Are Agencies on Aging|
|Department of Developmental Services||Department of Housing and Urban Development||CA Association of Public Authorities||California Caregiver Resource Centers|
|Department of Health Care Services||Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy||CA Council for the Blind||California Department of Public Health – Office of Health Equity|
|Department of Rehabilitation||Department of Transportation||Disability Rights California||California Parent Training and Information Centers|
|Department of Social Services||Federal Emergency Management Agency||Pacific ADA Center||California Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster|
|Emergency Medical Services Authority||National Council on Disability||The Arc of California||Center of Deafness Inland Empire|
|State Council on Developmental Disabilities/North Valley Hills Office||Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired||Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral Agency|
|State Council on Developmental Disabilities, North State Office||The Halten Center for the Blind||Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Center|
|State Council on Developmental Disabilities – North State Office – Regional Advisory Committee Member representing Plumas County||Center for Disability and Health Policy at Western University of Health Sciences||NorCal Service for Deaf and Hard of Hearing|
|Designing Accessible Communities||Tri-County GLAD|
|Parents Helping Parents||Communities Actively Living Independent & Free|
|Disabled Resources Center, Inc||California Vocations Inc.|
|Service Center for Independent Life|
|Independent Living Resource Center, Inc.|
|Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness|
Independent Living Centers
- Access to Independence of San Diego, Inc.
- California Foundation for Independent Living Centers
- Central Coast Center for Independent Living
- Communities Actively Living Independent and Free
- Community Access Center – Riverside
- Independent Living Center of Southern California
- Independent Living Center – Kern County
- Independent Living Resource Center, Inc.
- Marin Center for Independent Living
- Rolling Start, Inc.
- Tri-County Independent Living
- Disability Community Resource Center
- Center for Disability and Health Policy at Western University of Health Sciences
- Designing Accessible Communities
- Disabled Resources Center
- Inland Empire Health Plan
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society
- Resources for Independence Central Valley