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Disability Services

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This area provides general information and referrals to community service programs and other City services for people with disabilities in the City of West Hollywood. We hope you will benefit from this information and we invite you to contact our Social Services Divsion if you have any questions whatsoever at (323) 848-6510.

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 Disability Service Awards
The Disabilities Advisory Board of the City of West Hollywood will be presenting the 20th Annual Disability Service Awards as part of the City’s observance of Disability Awareness Month in October.

Disabilities Advisory Board
The Disabilities Advisory Board, a City Council appointed group of community members with disabilities, meets monthly to address the needs of the disabled community.

Disability Services Brochure [PDF]
The City of West Hollywood developed and widely distributes a Disability Services brochure. Included in this comprehensive brochure is information and referrals to such services...

Emergency Preparedness for the Disabled
The City of West Hollywood has a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) that includes community members with disabilities. CERT members have been trained in...

Street and Sidewalk Accessibility
The City has taken several important measures to ensure accessibility and safety for people with disabilities, including widening the sidewalks and providing curb-cuts at every...


Website Accessibility Standards
The City's website was designed to be compliant with the two most commonly used accessibility standards - Section 508 of the ADA and ...

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