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A Supportive Hug



SCAD provides the Health education in accordance with the idea that the deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and deaf-disabled community’s best possible defense against illness and disease is obtaining accurate information and a commitment to improving health, knowledge and empowerment of the community.

Join Painted Brain (on behalf of the Los Angeles County Department of
Mental Health) at a Disability Wellness Roundtable to dialogue about
the intersection of individuals living with disabilities and mental

•       Share your self-care practices, your mental health challenges, and
any suggestions to improve wellness conditions for the disabled
community in L.A. County.

•       The Roundtable series will weave in community informed practices to
support the well-being of people living with disabilities in Los
Angeles County.

•       There will be specific sessions held for each of the three
disability communities:
o       Blind/low vision;
o       Deaf/hard of hearing; aand
o       Mobility/physically impaired.
•       Contribute your feedback and receive a $25.00 gift card for participating.

To participate you must:
•       Identify as:
o       A person living with disabilities (Deaf/Hard of Hearing;
Mobility/Physical Impairment; Blind/Low Vision; Intersectionally
disabled), or
o       Be a Family Member, Friend, Care Giver, or
o       Service provider, or
o       Educator of someone with a disability
•       18 years or older
•       A resident of Los Angeles County.

One Roundtable session per registration.
When: January, February, March, April of 2023.
Sessions: Wednesdays from 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Via: Zoom
Referral Registration:

Thank you,
The Painted Brain Team

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The National Deaf Hotline strives to make sure there is access for survivors, friends, and family members to reach out anytime by providing services that run 24 hours and 7 days a week. The services are to support survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault within the Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Deaf-Disabled, and Hard-of-Hearing community.  


1541 Wilshire Boulevard, 3 Fl Los Angeles, CA 90017

Office: (213)955-9090 
FAX: (213)955-9093
VP (Los Angeles): (213)785-2684 or (213)785-2749 

VP (Pasadena): (213)785-2749

Demara Folk
Clinical Case Manager–Deaf, Disabled & Elder Services
VP: (213) 223-7406
Fax: (213)955-9093

Peggie Reyna
Project Director–Deaf, Disabled & Elder Services
VP: (213)785-2684
Voice: (213)955-9090

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The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper delivers comprehensive addiction treatment services for adults struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. The facility offers a full continuum of care, including medical detox, residential services and outpatient programs. The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper is conveniently located in the South Jersey community and just 20 minutes away from Philadelphia.

Mental Health Treatment - The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Dual Diagnosis Treatment in South Jersey | The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper (

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Whether you’re ready to begin addiction treatment or just looking for more information about treatment programs and recovery, our admissions representatives are here to provide you with 24/7 assistance. Contact us anytime by phone or through our contact form.

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper
761 Cuthbert Blvd
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 890-9449

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