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More than six decades of helping children, youth and adults reach their greatest potential

More than six decades of helping children, youth and adults reach their greatest potential

Independence through independent living

Gain your independence at The Hatlen Center.

The Hatlen Center, a program of Junior Blind located in San Pablo, California, is now accepting applications from adults who are blind or visually impaired and are ready to take the next step towards independence. Applicants are welcome from across the United States.

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Your gift will change the lives of our children.

The generosity of friends like you makes it possible for our children and their families to receive our services, helping them reach their greatest potential.

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Did you know your holiday shopping can benefit Junior Blind?

Did you know your holiday shopping can benefit Junior Blind?

Your holiday shopping can benefit Junior Blind Making a difference with the cause you care about the most this holiday season is simple. We've listed a few small things you can do to be sure your holiday shopping benefits Junior Blind, all at no cost to you!

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Who We Are

Established as the Foundation for the Junior Blind in 1953, Junior Blind's mission is helping children, youth and adults reach their greatest potential.

Based in Los Angeles, we offer specialized services for thousands of infants, children, teens and adults at no cost to families. Through programs that offer early intervention, education, recreation and rehabilitation, our students learn essential skills to help them maximize their potential and achieve their goals.

Junior Blind in the News

Bay Area Program Helps Families of Visually Impaired Babies, Toddlers

ABC7 News - Monday, November 2, 2015
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Jazz Pianist Performs for Junior Blind of America

The Malibu Times, Tuesday, April 28, 2015
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Rowley Ranch hosts beeper egg hunt for visually impaired

Visalia Times-Delta, Thursday, April 9, 2015
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