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HOC staff have moved to a hybrid work schedule. To ensure the appropriate HOC staff is available, please make an appointment by email. Our contact information can be found on this page.
We found 296 resources for you..
We also want you to know that if you need to speak to someone directly, our Information and Referral Coordinator Tricia Serlin is still available to answer questions and help you locate resources. You can reach Tricia at 602-296-0536 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As one of the five core services of any center for Independent Living, Ability360 has up-to-date lists of resources for community organizations that provide a wide range of services and programs to give you the knowledge needed to increase your independence in the community.
Call if you need information on how to access resources on disability issues such as: housing options, transportation services, assistive technology, education, independent living skills, or community health resources so you can achieve your goal of independence.
Self-enrollment is now available on the patient portal.* To self-enroll, use the email or telephone number we have on file, or your Adventist Health medical record number (MRN) found on your discharge summary or other paperwork from a recent visit. Follow ourdetailed instructions to self-enroll.
Additionally, the implications article written by Casey Self in response to these findings -Articles/Implications-of-advising-personnel-of-undergraduates-2011-National-Survey.aspx. In the Clearinghouse section of the NACADA web you will find the Organizational Structures Index and it is here that we can provide for you articles and additional resources to best practices for Advisor Caseloads here: -Structure.aspx
Convenient public transportation options include Pleasant Hill BART, which is a short mile walk, or various County Connection bus lines. More information on bus schedules can be found at cccta.org.
Telephone Support Services: Domestic Violence Specialists are ready to answer your call 24/7 and can provide resources and referrals to those experiencing intimate partner violence or to those seeking information for a friend or loved one. All calls are confidential. The 24-hour hotline numbers are (330) 673-2500 and (330) 296-2100.
Fire report is a $20.00. This fee is non-refundable. A copy of the application is forwarded to the Fire Department for processing. Your report will be prepared and mailed directly to you by the Fire Department. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks to receive a copy of report or notice of report not found. 041b061a72