Coastal Bend Center for Independent Living

CENTER FOR DIGNITY IN HEALTHCARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

CENTER FOR DIGNITY IN HEALTHCARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Safeguard Against Disability Discrimination During COVID-19 Including individuals with disabilities in the COVID-19 response to ensure equitable care. Please click here…

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CBCIL Offices Extend Closure until April 30th

CBCIL is extending the closure of all CBCIL office locations through Thursday, April 30th  in response to a recent order issued by Nueces County Judge Canales and consistent with guidance provided by Federal, State  and local…

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COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line

If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic,help is available. Please click on this link to view full handout.       

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CBCIL Closure

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Emergency Preparedness Listening Session

The federal Administration on Community Living is traveling to Texas and California to receive direct input from individuals with disabilities, seniors, families, caregivers and service providers about their experiences during…

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2020 CBAD Applications

The Coastal Bend Advocacy Development Project is an opportunity to build your advocacy and leadership skills. CBAD meets once a month over a 6-month period (February- July) to discuss topics…

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DNSU- Edition 11

DNSU- Edition 11 National Disability Employment Awareness Month National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) was celebrated locally with proclamations and awareness events. Pictured above are the employees of the Coastal…

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Volunteer Opportunity

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DNSU- 9th Edition

DNSU has a new look! Check out the new and improved DNSU-DO NOT SHUT UP newsletter! Feel free to share our post! To include people of varying abilities, our newsletter…

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DNSU- 8th Edition

DNSU- 8th Edition In this issue we cover the National Disability Voter Registration Week of events and the upcoming 29th ADA Anniversary! click here to read the entire newsletter 

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