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Local Low Vision Rehabilitation and Blindness Resources for Maryland/DC/Virginia

District of Columbia

Edna E Johnson, PhD, CRC, Program Administrator
Division Services for the Blind
Department on Disability Services
Rehabilitation Services Administration
1125 15th Street NW Rm. 9073
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 442-8419 (Voice)
(202) 730-8742 (Fax)
edna.johnson@dc.gov
http://www.dds.dc.gov

Jocelyn Hunter, Director of Communications Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
1825 K Street, NW, Suite 1103
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 454-6422 (voice)
(202) 454-6401 (fax)
jhunter@clb.org
http://www.clb.org/

Michele Hartlove
Prevention of Blindness Metropolitan Washington
1775 Church Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
(202) 234-1010
http://www.youreyes.org

Maryland

Susan Schaffer, MA, Director
Office of Blindness and Vision Services
Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services
2301 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 554.9277
1-866-614-4780
(410) 554-9197 (Fax)
sschaffer@dors.state.md.us

Judith Goldstein, O.D.
Johns Hopkins Lions Low Vision Service
600 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21287
(410) 955-0580

Virginia

Virginia Department Blind and Visually Impaired
11150 Fairfax Boulevard
Suite 502
Fairfax, VA 22030
Contact:
Timothy Brown
Timothy.Brown@dbvi.virginia.gov
Phone (703) 359-1111
Fax (703) 359-1101

Veterans Administration

DC/Northern Virginia area:
Lilli Kennedy, Intake Specialist
(202) 745-8261

Baltimore area:
Sonya Morris, Intake Specialist
(410) 605-7000 (5124)

Lions Clubs

District 24 (includes Northern Virginia):
Dennis Brining
(703) 503-1382

District 22 (includes Maryland, District of Columbia and Delaware)
Heather Mays
(410) 955-1883



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