Association for Chinese Families of the Disabled - ACFD

At Association for Chinese Families of the Disabled we offer

  • Direct mental health services to children & their families
  • Advocacy
  • Training
  • Support for Chinese families who have children with disabilities.
  • Individualized assistance to parent/consumer in preparing for an IEP could be provided upon request, this is not a regular service of the program.
  • Workshops on the IEP process and advocacy training for parents are offered.
  • Publishes a quarterly newsletter in Chinese and English
  • Annual parent training conference
  • Other activities throughout the year.

 

 

Our Goal and Objectives:

  • To provide bilingual information, education, and support to Chinses families 
    who have children with disabilities;
  • To disseminate information regarding appropriate community resources to 
    families;
  • To promote public awareness of individuals with special needs in our 
    community;
  • To promote advocacy and networking;
  • To promote program development to fill unmet needs in the community;
  • To promote outreach in the Chinese community through local media, 
    newspapers, and the Association's bi-monthly newsletters; and
  • To raise funds for self-support.

ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS The Association sponsors a number of annual activities, which include a Chinese New Year Potluck Luncheon a one-day Parent Conference, a summer field trip, and a fundraising event. The Association has plans to open an adult residential facility, which would serrre up to 6 individuals with developmental disabilities; there is also a plan to start an inclusive afterschool program, possibly in San Francisco. The Board of Directors holds bi-monthly meetings, which are open to the public. 

Address: 
378 18th Avenue
94121 San Francisco , CA
US
Phone: 
(415) 730-2233
Contact email: 
Updated: 
Thu, Jan 19, 2017: 11:38 am
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