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Guide Dogs for the Blind, California School

Address:
350 Los Ranchitos Road
San Rafael, CA  94903
Phone:
(415) 499-4000
(800) 295-4050 (Toll Free)
(415) 499-4035 (Fax)
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Guide Dogs for the Blind provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff. Established in 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind continues its dedication to quality student training services and extensive follow-up support for graduates. Our programs are made possible through the teamwork of staff, volunteers and generous donors. Services are provided to students from the United States and Canada at no cost to them.

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Coorporate Office

Address:
PO Box 151200
San Rafael, CA  94915-1200
Phone:
(415) 499-4000
(800) 295-4050 (Toll Free)
(415) 499-4035 (Fax)
Email:
Web:
About:
Guide Dogs for the Blind provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff. Established in 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind continues its dedication to quality student training services and extensive follow-up support for graduates. Our programs are made possible through the teamwork of staff, volunteers and generous donors. Services are provided to students from the United States and Canada at no cost to them.

Leader Dogs for the Blind

Address:
1039 S Rochester Rd.
Rochester Hills, MI  48307
Phone:
(248) 651-9011
(888) 777-5332 (Toll Free)
(248) 651-3713 (TTY)
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Founded by three Detroit area Lions Clubs members in 1939, Leader Dogs for the Blind provides guide dogs to people who are blind and visually impaired to enhance their mobility, independence and quality of life. Each year, over 270 students attend our 26-day residential training program to be paired with a guide dog. This is a life-changing event that opens the door to independence, safety and self-worth for many of our students.

The Seeing Eye, Inc.

Address:
10 Washington Valley Road, PO Box 375
Morristown, NJ  07963
Phone:
(973) 539-4425
(973) 539-0922 (Fax)
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The Seeing Eye, Inc. is the oldest existing dog guide school in the world. Twelve times a year, as many as 24 students at a time visit the Morristown, N.J. campus to discover the exhilarating experience of traveling with a Seeing EyeŽ dog.

Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind

Address:
371 E. Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY  11787-2976
Phone:
(800) 548-4337 (Toll Free)
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The Guide Dog Foundation Mission: To improve the quality of life for people who are blind, visually impaired, or with other special needs. Since 1946, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc. has provided guide dogs free of charge to blind people who seek enhanced mobility and independence. Our students come to us from all over the United States and many foreign countries. Our trademark small classes and individualized instruction often attract students who may have special requirements. We have successfully trained hearing-impaired blind people as well as many physically challenged people. We are supported entirely by donations from generous individuals, corporations and foundations. We receive no government funding.

Guiding Eyes for the Blind

Address:
611 Granite Springs Road
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
Phone:
(914) 245-4024
(800) 942-0149 (Toll Free)
(914) 245-1609 (Fax)
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Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was founded in 1956 to enrich the lives of blind and visually impaired by providing them with the freedom to travel safely, thereby assuring greater independence, dignity and expanded horizons of opportunity. Since that time, Guiding Eyes has become one of the foremost guide dog schools in the world, graduating more than 7,000 guide dog teams. It provides superbly bred guide dogs, professional training and follow-up support services to students at no cost to them and depends on contributions to fulfill its mission.

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Oregon School

Address:
32901 SE Kelso Road
Boring, OR  97009-9058
Phone:
(503) 668-2100
(800) 295-4050 (Toll Free)
(503) 668-2141 (Fax)
Email:
Web:
About:
Guide Dogs for the Blind provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff. Established in 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind continues its dedication to quality student training services and extensive follow-up support for graduates. Our programs are made possible through the teamwork of staff, volunteers and generous donors. Services are provided to students from the United States and Canada at no cost to them.