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AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND
Provides information and referral on non-medical aspects of blindness, post-secondary scholarship assistance, support to consumer advocates, guide dog information, and some legal information on matters relating to blindness.

Also publishes two magazines, "The ACB Braille Forum" and "The ACB E-Forum." "The ACB Braille Forum" is available in Braille, large print, and digital cartridge, as well as via email and podcast, and may be downloaded at www.acb.org. The ACB E-Forum is available via email and podcast, and may also be downloaded from the website.
1703 N Beauregard Street
Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22311
Eligibility: People who are blind or visually impaired. For scholarships, student must be legally blind in both eyes.
Hours: National Hotline: Monday-Friday 11am-2pm
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

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