Most Californians will soon see a change in the way they are billed for electricity: the center for accessible technology wants to hear from you about what this will mean
What is changing about my electricity rates?
Right now, most households pay for electricity with tiered rates. When you use electricity, the initial rate each ...
FREED is excited to be a partner in the new Voice Options program. This program connects Californians with speech language disabilities to iPads with speech apps. Using a speech app may make being understood easier and allow you to speak independently. Voice Options is a pilot program of the California Public Utilities Commission. ...
Formed in 2011, the Community Living Implementation Council (CLIC) of Nevada County advocates for consumer-friendly access to long-term services and supports (LTSS), as well as increased agency collaboration. CLIC consists of 14 member organizations that provide services and programs to individuals with disabilities, older adults, caregivers, and family members. The vision is that ...
On Tuesday, November 29th, FREED is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to celebrating and encouraging giving. #GivingTuesday is a special call to action to create a global day of giving that brings diverse organizations and communities around the world together to give back. It is about ordinary people coming together to ...
FREED Center for Independent Living
Celebrating Our Roots Fundraiser
40’s Cocktail Style
Friday, November 4th, 2016
5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
A four-course extravaganza highlighting local, sustainable farm-to-fork cuisine, paired with local wines.
Come Celebrate FREED and our community 1940’ Style with friends and family while also celebrating the Bounty of Local Farmers!
Dress-up in your favorite 1940’s garb! ...
People with disabilities enjoy a fully accessible community strengthened by diversity and unified by a culture of limitless possibility.
To promote independence and self-determination for people with disabilities through person-driven services, collaborative community partnerships and education, and leadership that advocates for fully inclusive communities.
Who are we?
FREED is a disability and aging resource center providing services to residents of a five county area comprised of Nevada, Sierra, Yuba, Sutter and Colusa Counties. FREED’s funders include Agency on Aging Area 4, California Department of Rehabilitation, US Administration of Community Living, SCAN Foundation, Dignity Health Foundation, Mental Health Services Act, California Department of Health Care Services, Nevada County, and City of Yuba City.