DFCS Online Policies & Procedures

  DFCS Online Policies & Procedures

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Handbook 22: DFCS Resource Guide
22-4  Developmental Disabilities Services
DFCS Resource Guide
22-4   Developmental Disabilities Services
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Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program
Other Resource Services

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Effective Date: 7/1/07
Last Updated: 12/20/07

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program  

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program

Organization: Family and Children's Services

Website: www.fcservices.org
Program: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program
               950 West Julian Street
               San Jose, CA 95008

Phone: TTY: (408) 292-2777

            Voice: (408) 292-9353

            Videophone: (408) 292-7015
Fax: (408) 287-3104
Business hours: Mon.- Thurs.- 8 am. - 8 pm.; Fri.- 8 am. -6:30 pm.

Contact: Evette Ybarra

Email: deaf@fcservices.org

Description of services:

  • Case management
  • Counseling for individuals and families
    • HIV/AIDS Counseling
    • Independent Living Program - emancipating adolescents
    • Gay/Lesbian Services
    • Southeast Asisan program
  • Psychiatric medication monitoring
  • School-based abuse prevention services
  • Violence treatment programs, including a 52-week Domestic Violence Intervention Program.
  • Substance Abuse Services

Service Area: Santa Clara and San Mateo County
Languages: American Sign Language, English, Spanish, American Sign Language, Russian, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Total Communication
Brochure in Spanish

Eligibility:  Open to everyone

Application/Referral Procedures: Use online Contact Form or, if urgent, call (408) 292-9353.
Fees: School-based services are offered to students of participating schools at no cost.  Also accepts Medi-cal, private insurance and has sliding fee scale.


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Other Resource Services  
  • Telephone: 211
    • 2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities.
    • If you are using a cell phone, dial 866-896-3587.

  • 211 Online

  • HelpSCC - Online community resource guide
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