Ciddio-Morris Associates, Inc.
1611 Telegraph Avenue, Suite 808
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 208-7100
Ciddio-Morris Associates is a leading provider of vocationally related services. They strive to provide the most efficient and effective services to their customers, being aware of costs. Services Include: Expert Witness Services, Return to Work Services (Disability Management Services), Essential Function Job Analyses, Vocational Assessment, Planning and Counseling for Persons with barriers to employment, Career Counseling, Assessment, Outplacement Services and Job Placement Assistance.
Community Resources for Independent Living (Fremont)
39155 Liberty Street, Suite A100
Fremont, CA 94538
Phone: (510) 794-5735
Community Resources for Independent Living (CRIL) is a disability resource organization that advocates and provides resources for people with disabilities to improve lives and make communities fully accessible. CRIL offers independent living services at no charge to persons with disabilities living in Alameda County. In order to become a CRIL consumer, an individual must have a disability or functional limitation and be able to benefit from independent living services. CRIL is also a resource for disability awareness education and training, advocacy and technical advice. Please call for information on CIL locations in Hayward and Livermore.
Department of Rehabilitation (Greater East Bay District)
1485 Civic Court, Suite 1100
Concord, CA 94520
Phone: (925) 602-3953
The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living and equality for individuals with disabilities. Please call for DOR locations in Berkeley, Fremont, and Oakland.
Services for Brain Injury
1440 Broadway, Suite 280
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (408) 434-2277
Services For Brain Injury (SBI) is the only organization of its kind in the Bay Area providing comprehensive rehabilitation (all under one roof) for people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or acquired brain injuries (ABI). SBI’s services range from post-acute programs, personal and social readjustment, vocational immersion and job placement, and supported employment that includes a job coach at the work site. At the heart of all of SBI’s programming is an emphasis on comprehensive cognitive rehabilitation provided through a unique continuum of services. SBI’s Rehabilitation Program is designed for people with brain injuries to relearn skills lost due to injury or illness; reintegrate from hospital to home to community; and, provide support, respite, and resources for families and friends. It is part of a unique continuum of programming individualized for the person with a brain injury to account for his/her social needs and recovery goals. SBI’s Vocational Services address barriers facing people with brain injuries as they work toward increased independence and gainful employment.