Social & Emotional Support

The vision loss journey can be difficult. We bring people together through online social activities, support groups, and mentorships to share their stories, resources, and care.


A number of online activities are currently available.

In-person activities have resumed at our Little Canada location. Be sure to check the schedule or call the event hotline to stay updated.

Support Groups

Support groups help people with vision loss adjust to this new phase in their lives. Online support groups available. To learn more, leave a message at (612) 871-2222, or email

Peer Mentors

Mentorships pair longtime clients with people new to the vision loss journey for practical and emotional support. Call us at (612) 871-2222 to learn more and find a mentor match.

It was like talking with a long-lost friend who understands me completely.

Allie, on her peer mentor


Our volunteers help clients with grocery shopping, reading, and other activities. Interested in giving back? Fill out our brief volunteer interest form.

DeafBlind Services Minnesota

Providing one-to-one support for deafblind infants, children, youth, and adults, including interveners and Support Services Providers (SSPs).