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The MODEL ROCKET LAUNCH on APRIL 7, 2021 Was a great Success!
The Disability Action Center thanks Big League Dreams for hosting our April model rocket launch for youth with disabilities! Your generosity and enthusiasm made this a special day for these youth and we thank you!
Thanks for donating the facility, your staff and the food and drinks. The kids had a great time!
We especially want to recognize Mr. Jeff Stanley, Manager of Big League Dreams.

View After Event Photos

 

Welcome to The Disability Action Center

Disability Action Center is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1980 to meet specific needs of people with disabilities living in Northern California. Our dedicated staff provides free support to help community members with disabilities achieve and/or maintain their optimal level of self-reliance and independence. We can provide support services such as information, housing assistance, and provider referrals. Our goal is to work with each individual client to eliminate barriers (physical, emotional, societal, etc.) to increase opportunities for participation in the community.

DAC serves Northern California Counties including:
Colusa, Butte, Glenn, Tehama, Plumas, Shasta, Lassen, Siskiyou, and Modoc.

Specialty Programs

(I L) Independent Living Program

Our Independent Living Program was created to help those with disabilities receive information and partner with an advocate at DAC to form a plan on how to live as independent as possible.

I L Program Info HERE

(OIB) Older Individuals Who Are Blind

Older Individuals who are Blind (or going blind) is for those 55 years or older who are experiencing vision problems. *This program does not serve those in Butte County*

OIB Program Info HERE

(TBI) Traumatic Brain Injury Program

This program benefits individuals who have sustained a traumatic brain injury, as well as their family and caregivers. It is provided through a person centered system...

TBI Program Info HERE

 

Disability Action Center is offering an Organization/Paperwork Class Via ZOOM

DAC is offering a class to help get your paperwork and important documents organized and how to keep your documents safe. This class will help guide you while you create a plan to separate your paperwork from important documents, monthly bills, and what you should shred to protect yourself from identity theft.

Available Class Dates

May 3, 2021 at 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Trainer: Carrie Arthur

Registration Required.
to register online click the button below or contact us at:
Disability Action Center
530-242-8550
2453 Athens Ave., Redding, Ca. 96003

Register for Organization/Paperwork Class Here

 

Disability Action Center is offering a Personal Emergency Preparedness Plan Class Via ZOOM

DAC is offering a class to help you with your personal emergency preparedness plan. This class will help guide you while you create a plan specifically for you, in case of an emergency. We will mail/email you a form to use in this class. If you are a current or eligible PSPS client you will also get an emergency go/stay bag for attending.

Available Class Dates

April 23, 2021 at 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Trainer: Wendy Longwell

Registration Required.
to register online click the button below or contact us at:
Disability Action Center
530-242-8550
2453 Athens Ave., Redding, Ca. 96003

Register for Emergency Prep Class Here

Disability Action Center is offering a Medical Binder Preparation Class Via ZOOM

DAC is offering a class to help you with your personal Medical Binder. This class will help guide you to organize all of your medical records and teach you how to self advocate for better health care.
All participants will receive a binder

Available Class Dates

April 12, 2021 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Trainer: Wendy Longwell

Registration Required.
to register online click the button below or contact us at:
Disability Action Center
530-242-8550
2453 Athens Ave., Redding, Ca. 96003

Register for Medical Binder Class Here

 
 

Voice Options

Voice Options program offers eligible Californians who are unable to speak, or who have difficulty speaking, with a free speech-generating device. The goal of this program is to ensure full and equal telephone communications access for all Californians with disabilities. Find out more below...

Voice Options Logo - DAC Programs Voice Options Info HERE

Assistive Technology (AT)

By providing enhancements and different methods of technology, individuals challenged by a disability can benefit in various ways.
Click on the button below to get more info on what the AT program can do for you!

Hand turning the whell of a wheelchair to represent the Assistive Technology Program at DAC Get AT Program Info HERE

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