• Slide 1: image of a man using a white cane with the sun setting behind him
  • Slide 2: Image of a man using a white cane
  • Slide 3: image of a client using a refreshable Braille Display
  • Slide 4: image of a hand touching large stone Braille engravings

Proving that Vision Transcends Eyesight Since 1942

Our mission is to empower and enrich the lives of the Blind and Visually Impaired Community. We provide the tools and opportunities through education and training so those we serve may live full productive lives. We are committed to providing high quality State Certified programs, designed to promote the fullest integration into society and into the workforce.

Latest News and Events:

One Moment You See, Then You Don’t

Community Member Eleanor Lew who is also a Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in Berkeley and Emeryville, Calif. shares her story of sudden limited vision and the effects of a Lions Center connection.


January 22 @ 12 PM Lions Pride Network:

The Lions Pride network will hold its monthly job club meeting. The topic for the month of January will be Taxes and Tax Preparation.


January 22 @ 4 PM TRUVE Class

Learn Brazilian Dance with Truve and Lions Center for the Blind. The cost is $1.00 for clients and $3.00 for non-clients.


January 29 @ 10 AM: CTAP Presentation

CTAP is a state mandated program which offers free specialized telephones and devices to any eligible California residents who have difficulty using their standard home phones due to vision, hearing, mobility, speech and or cognitive impairments.


January 29 @ 4 PM Matinee Madness: Dead Poets Society

Join us as we watch the audio descripted movie “Dead Poets Society": English teacher John Keating inspires his students to a love of poetry and to seize the day. (Source: IMDB)


Amazon Smile!

Shop at AmazonSmile now through 3/31/14 and Amazon will donate an extra $5 to Alameda-Contra Costa Lions Central Committee For The Blind Inc. Click on this link to get started: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/94-1386913