Community Resources

Community Resources

  • Anatomy of the Eye
    Discover how the various part of the eye function.
  • ATI Access Technologies, Inc.
    Access Technologies, Inc. is a nonprofit organization specializing in Ergonomic Risk Assessments, Assistive Technology Evaluations, and Technology Training Services; hearing aid resources.
  • Camp Taloali
    A camp for the deaf, hard of hearing, CODA’s, siblings and signing friends ages 6-18 where new skills are learned, exciting challenges are met, and new goals are set in a magical world surrounded by nature.
  • Casey Eye Institute
    At the Casey Eye Institute, every member of our team is dedicated to a single mission: to promote the best possible eye health for you through education, research, clinical leadership and service to the community.
  • Legacy Devers Eye Institute
    A comprehensive medical eye center including clinical and surgical care, research, education and patient consultation.
  • Healthy Kids
    Healthcare for qualified uninsured children age 18 and younger.
  • Oral Hull Foundation for the Blind
    Since 1962, the Oral Hull Foundation for the Blind has been dedicated to providing a special place for persons with blindness or low vision and their friends to get away for a day, week-end or week for an exceptional experience.
  • Prevent Blindness
    Since 1908, Prevent Blindness America has been the nation’s leading volunteer eye health and safety organization with the sole mission of preventing blindness and preserving sight.
  • Audient
    Provides new hearing aids to individuals who fall within 250% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.  The individual must pay around $600 per aid.
  • Medicare
    1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).  Though Medicare does not provide free eye exams or free eyeglasses, Medicare-eligible people with special eye or general health problems do qualify for eye exam coverage.  People with diabetes can get a dilated eye exam to check for diabetic eye disease, including diabetic retinopathy.  Medicare-eligible people who are at high risk for glaucoma can have an annual eye exam to check for glaucoma and receive Medicare coverage for this exam.
  • Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    The VA will provide eyeglasses and hearing aids to veterans who meet a specific criteria.

Student Resources

Lions Resources

  • Lions Club International
    Learn about the 45,000 clubs and 1.4 million members worldwide and how they serve their communities.
  • Lions of Oregon
    Discover the service Lions are providing in Oregon, become a member or locate a local club.
  • Lions VisionGift
    Since its inception, over 16,000 people have received the gift of sight from tissue procured and screened.