What Digital Access for All is About:
It's not surprising the term digital divide has entered more of our vocabularies in recent months. Due to a lack of economic resources, limited digital literacy, and low-quality internet service, many families struggle to adapt to the increasingly virtual plane we work and learn in. Our digital access program is here to assist.
The Digital Access for All is a new initiative of Integrated Community Services (ICS) and the Marin Center for Independent Living (Marin CIL) to expand digital access to people with disabilities, family members and caregivers by providing technology resources, digital literacy, and internet access in order to promote independence and self-sufficiency.
Digital Access & Literacy
What We're Going to Achieve:
Distribute 150 Chromebooks to eligible community members.
Provide Digital literacy training to 50 individuals.
Create a digital infrastructure in Marin that is accessible for all.
Who's Eligible for Services:
For you or someone in your house receive Digital Access for All services, they must be a Marin County resident and meet either of these two criteria to eligible:
Receive Calfresh, MediCal, SSI, VA benefit recipients, Section 8/HUD or be a public housing recipient.
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Your adjusted household income that does not exceed $83,762; which is 80% of the current Marin County median annual income.
* All eligible must be a Marin County resident.Apply to Receive Digital Access & Literacy
Special thanks to our community partner:
Digital Access for All will work closely with local initiatives such as Digital Marin and statewide efforts including Ability Tools and the Disability Access Project.