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San Diego Center for the Blind

The mission of the San Diego Center for the Blind (SDCB) is to assist any adult with blindness or vision impairment to reach their highest level of independence. This is achieved by psychological counseling, training and rehabilitation, and community education and outreach programs. The SDCB commitment to ensuring the emotional well-being of the visually impaired has become a nationwide model for service delivery.

SDCB was founded in 1972 as a result of a four year federal government establishment grant. Since becoming incorporated as a private not-for-profit organization in 1976, SDCB has been the only program of its kind with the purpose to help blind and vision impaired individuals obtain their optimal level of independence.

SDCB has offices in San Diego at 5922 El Cajon Boulevard and in Vista at 385 Bonair Road. They focus on personal capabilities matched with technology to provide comprehensive rehabilitation services emphasizing personal strengths and opportunities.

More information can be found at SDCB.