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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND
Consumer organization of blind people working together to improve opportunities for the blind and the understanding of blindness by the general public. Helps blind and visually impaired individuals achieve independence and equality by providing information and referral, employment information, literature, scholarship programs, and a blindness-related adaptive equipment store. The Free White Cane Program provides rigid fiberglass canes.
200 E Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Eligibility: Primarily blind and visually impaired individuals, but sighted persons may also join

Free White Cane Program: Must be blind or visually impaired, must be requesting the cane for personal use, and it must have been more than 6 months since a previous white cane request
Hours: Varies by chapter
National office: Monday-Friday 5am-2pm
OREGON STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND
Provides vocational rehabilitation, independent living skills training, career exploration and general counseling for legally blind adults. Also provides independent living services for visually impaired individuals. Includes orientation and mobility training, techniques of daily living, Braille, counseling, support groups, vocational training, job development, and transition services for blind high school students. Also offers a selection of adaptive items for people with visual impairments.
535 SE 12th Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Varies by service; adults certified legally blind or diagnosed with condition leading to blindness, or age 55 years and above and unable to drive or read newspaper with glasses. Age 55 and older for independent living services.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND
OREGON STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND