Film Festival 2017
On Thursday, March 9, 2017, 6-8pm you are invited to join us for our 8TH Annual Disability Services & Legal Center Film Festival at the Summerfield Cinemas in Santa Rosa. The festival will highlight two multiple award-winning films; Getting Up: The Tempt One Story and Down Under Mystery Tour, stories about overcoming disability through the power of perseverance, humor, and creativity. Films will inspire you and make this evening truly enjoyable.
Join us at the Summerfield Cinemas, 551 Summerfield Road in Santa Rosa, CA 95405. Tickets are $10 and purchased at the door; no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. For information call Lake Kowell at 707-636-3063 or Lake@MyDSLC.org
Getting Up: The Tempt One Story - After being diagnosed with Lou Gehrigs Disease in 2003, fully paralyzed LA artist Tony TEMPT Quan, a legendary LA graffiti artist, social activist, and publisher gets his creative voice back through an unlikely friendship with a perfect stranger- Mick Eberling. Mick organized a crew of hackers and artists to invent a low-cost, open source DIY device that would let Tempt create art with his eyes. Getting Up is a documentary about the life of artist Tempt One and the quest to give him back his ability to do art. It asks the question, How does a fallen man get back up?
Down Under Mystery Tour - This comedy follows an intellectually-disabled film director, who wants to make a TV show featuring two blondes traveling around Australia, but he is forced to use disabled actors instead and must resort to sabotage, violence, voodoo and murder to get them off his set.
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Drop-in-Day and Orientation to DSLC Services
Monday Orientation begins promptly at 1:30 (excluding holidays) at 521 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa CA 95401 (707) 528-2745
DSLC services are typically available by appointment only. Drop-in-Day A.K.A. Monday Orientation in Santa Rosa, is the fastest way to receive services, as appointments are often many weeks out. We will honor reasonable accommodation due to disability. Please contact our Napa or Ukiah offices to become a consumer with one of them.
Napa Legal Clinic is held monthly on the fourth Tuesday by appointment only. Select for info
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Santa Rosa Legal Clinic is held each Monday immediately following our general orientation within our main office
Our Housing Workshop is now a weekly event and part of Drop-in-Day/Orientation Monday, and is an in depth session for consumers seeking resources. DSLC is not able to provide cash assistance.
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