This page contains information about agencies and schools that train service animals. The NYC Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities is providing this information to help individuals and entities locate services but does not make any representation or warranty concerning the quality or accuracy of the services provided by the establishments on this list.
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Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs at no charge to the recipient.
A non-profit organization based in Upstate New York, which breeds, raises, trains and places guide dogs with people who are blind and low vision through a distinctive program called Hometown TrainingTM. Freedom Guide Dogs' services are available to people in the Eastern United States at no cost.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind provides assistance for people who are blind and low-vision with trained guide dogs at no-cost these individuals.
The Guide Dog Foundation trains and places guide and service dogs to provide increased independence, enhanced mobility, and companionship to people who are blind, have low vision or have other disabilities.
Organization dedicated to breeding and raising guide dogs to assist people with visual disabilities.