Angelique Vizoro Deaf Ministry Foundation Inc.
Ms. Leonor Vizoro (contact person)
2129 Odigal St. Commonwealth
Quezon City

Archdiocese of Manila Office of Persons with Disabilities Ministries
Rev. Father Alexander Thomas (contact person)
2002 Jesus St., Pandacan

Association of Agencies for the Deaf
Dr. Yolanda Capulong (contact person)
c/o PSD 2620 FB Harrison St.
Pasay City

Benildean Deaf Association
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
Department of Student Life-Student Involvement Office
2544 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila, Philippines 1004

Description: The Benildean Deaf Association is a student organization under the Department of Student Life of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. It aims to be of service in the holistic development of Deaf Benildeans so that they become empowered, self-reliant and active contributors as future leaders of the Filipino Deaf Community.

Bohol Foundation for the Deaf and Disabled
Bohol can also be reached via International Deaf Education Association (IDEA)

Description: BFDD runs the Garden Café, a restaurant in downtown Tagbilaran City, Bohol, which employs 30 deaf adults and provides training modules for deaf high school students.
[Info confirmed w/org]

Capitol City Baptist Church Deaf Ministry
Ptr. Julius Andrada (Contact Person)
111 West Ave. Cor Bulacan St.
Quezon City

Catholic Ministry For The Deaf People, Inc.
Dr. Salud Evangelista (Contact Person)
15-C Salvador St., Unit G Loyola Hghts.
Quezon City

Christian Foundation For The Deaf And The Blind
Judge Abraham Cana (Contact Person)
338 Mabolo St., Villamonte
Bacolod City
Phone: +34 28446

Church Of The Living God
Rev. Claudio R. Cortez Sr. (Contact Person)
Sharon Village
Tuguegarao City

Community Of Hope Special Education Center
Sr. Cecilia Cuizon (Contact Person)
Physical Address:
Columban Road, Acacia St. Catadman 7200
Ozamiz City
Mailing Address:
Po Box 2369 Bernard Subd.
Ozamiz City Misamis Occidental

Davao Jubilee Foundation for the Rehab of the Disabled (DJFRD) Inc.
Mr. Flora Mae Getuya (Contact Person)
Sitio Escuela Catalunan Grande 8000
Davao City

Deaf Ministries International (DMI)
Ptr. Albert Mercado (Contact Person)
#62 Km, 6 Mcarthur Highway Matina
Davao City

Deaf Ministries International (DMI)
Rosana Abayhon (Contact Person)
#97th Ave., Bangkal
Talomo District, Davao City

Deaf Association of Bacolod (DAB)
Ms. Eunice Ronquillo (Contact Person)
Vrhd Inc. Cottage Road, Lacson St.
Bacolod City 6100
Phone: +091 078 028 81

Deaf Association of Iloilo (DAI)
Ms. Ma. Lourdes A. Abaygay (Contact Person)
Jaro Plaza Canteen, Jaro
Iloilo City 5000

DLS-CSB SDEAS Deaf Blazer Team
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
School for the Deaf and Applied Studies
2544 Taft Ave. Manila, Philippines, 1004

Description:Deaf Blazer Team is a group of student athletes enrolled in DLS-CSB’s School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies. They are student scholars who excel in the area of sports showing the world that Deaf persons are not limited by their inability to hear and they can succeed in whatever they put their mind into doing. Lovella Catallan, a Deaf athlete is the trainer for the organization.

DLS-CSB SDEAS Silent Steps
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
School for the Deaf and Applied Studies
2544 Taft Ave. Manila, Philippines, 1004

Description: Silent Steps is a group of Deaf performers enrolled in DLS-CSB’s School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies. What started out as a dance workshop to enhance the self-esteem of Deaf students has blossomed into a performing arts group that shows the world that Deaf persons are not limited by their inability to hear and they can succeed in whatever they put their mind into doing. Through their movement and dance and with the creativity of their Deaf choreographer, Myra Medrana, they are able to advocate about the Deaf language, culture, and identity and prove that YES the Deaf CAN.

Dumaguete Effata Association of the Deaf, Inc.
Jessie Susan N. Flores (Contact President)
Moncia St., Banilad, Dumaguete City
6200 Negros Oriental, Philippines

Description: DEAF, Inc. is an organization of Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons from Dumaguete and different towns and cities in Negros Oriental. It is an avenue where Deaf people can interact and share different interests for each other, to work together in order to achieve the goals of the organization. DEAF, Inc. aims to help Deaf individuals to become independent and productive citizens. Members of this organization involve in various activities that cater to their spiritual, physical, psycho-emotional and socio-cultural growth.

Filipino Deaf Women’s Health and Crisis Center, Inc
Contact Person: Rowena Rivera (President)
1714 Evangelista St Bangkal Makati City 1233, Philippines

Description: FDWHCC is a SEC-registered Deaf People’s organization that aims to to uplift the welfare of Filipino Deaf women by upholding equality and social justice by improving self-esteem and standards of living. [Confirmed w/ third party]

Gualandi Mission for The Deaf
Mr. Clark Pelaez, Jr. (Contact Person)
5 Emerald Street, St. Michael Village
Banilad, Cebu City
Phone: +032 231 2601

Hangop Kabataan Inc.
Fr. Michael Sinnott (Contact Person)
Physical Address:
Hca Pre-School Compound San Jose
Pagadian City
Mailing address:
Columbian Fathers Po Box 1368 Pagadian City

International Deaf Education Association (IDEA), Philippines
Dao Diamond Center
Dao District, Tagbilaran City, 6300

Description: IDEA is a USA non-profit foundation that is working to educate impoverished and neglected deaf children and blind children in the Philippines.
[info confirmed w/org]

Kapatiran Kaunlaran Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Priscilla Atuel (Contact Person)
937 P. Paredes St.
Sampaloc, Manila

Kawit Catholic Association of the Deaf
Mr. Medel Ayran (Contact Person)
Imus, Cavite
La Loma Fundamental Bible Baptist Church
Rev. Gilbert Toquero (Contact Person)
La Loma, Quezon City

La Union Association of the Deaf (Luad)
Mr. Louie M. Arandia (Contact Person)
35 San Flaviano St., Central East #2,
Bangar, La Union 2519

Lingkod Banahaw Multi-Purpose Cooperative (Lbmc)
Mr. Alfredo Aguilar (Contact Person)
1834 Brgy. Malabanban Sur
Candelaria, Quezon Province

LINK Center for the Deaf
Ms. Marical C. Ui, Managing Director
2nd Floor, MQI Building
42 E. Abada corner R. Alvero Sts.,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108, Philippines

Description:Provides support programs and promotes awareness of deaf children to mainstream society.
[info confirmed w/org]

Manila Silent Club
Ms. Lucy Montevirgen (Contact Person)
Dao St., San Antonio Vill.
Makati City

My Children’s House of Hope (Bahay Bata 127)
Ms. Ana Dizon (Contact Person)
2700 Ibp Road, Bgy.
Commonwealth, Quezon City

Maryknoll Sisters Center for Justice, Peace & Integrity of Creation
Sr. Guillerma Jamias (Contact Person)
Physical Address:
25 Sto. Tomas Rd.
Campo Sioco Baguio City 2600
Mailing Address:
P.O Box 41 2600
Baguio City

National Deaf Independent, Inc.
Mr. Ruben A. Estoque (Contact Person)
1029-A Samar St.,
Sampaloc, Manila
Northern Luzon Association for The Deaf
San Lorenzo Bakakeng
Baquio City

Nueva Ecija Bible Church of the Deaf
Ptr. Isauro Soriano (Contact Person)
157 Rizal St.
Cabanatuan City

Olongapo Jehovah’s Witness Sign Language Group
Mr. Kim Alexander (Contact Person)
#3 21st St., Wbb
Olongapo City

Persons Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Rose Vergara (Contact Person)
D&E Bldg., Quezon Ave., 1050
Quezon City

Philippine Association of the Deaf
Mr. Edward Fereira (Contact Person)
Dao Cor Kamagong St.
San Antonio Village, Makati City

Philippine Catholic Organization for the Deaf
Fr. Luke Moortgat (Contact Person)
C/O Dela Salle University Taft Ave.
Phone:+512 0827

Philippine Deaf Life and Sports Club
Mr. Camilo M. Mendez Iv (Contact Person)
25-C Ilino Cruz St., Bgy.
Vergara, Mandaluyong City

Philippine Deaf Resource Center
Liza B. Martinez, Ph.D., Director (Contact Person)
27 K-7 St.,
West Kamias, Q.C. 1102

Description: The Philippine Deaf Resource Center is devoted to research-based advocacy. Its fields of focus include sign language linguistics and interpreting, employment and livelihood, education, media and technology, health, policy and legislation, and Deaf culture and the arts.
[info confirmed w/org and website]

Philippine Federation of the Deaf
Physical Address:
27-C Masikap St., Bgy. Pinyahan
V. Luna 1100 Quezon City
Mailing Address:
PO Box 2805, Quezon City
Central Post Office, 1168 Quezon City

Philippine Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
Dr. Yolanda Capulong (Contact Person)
C/O Psd 2620 Fb Harrison St.
Pasay City

Philippine School for the Deaf Alumni Affairs Association, Inc.
Mr. Jose Dela Cruz (Contact Person)
Po Box 212 Greenhills Post Office
San Juan City, 1502

Philippine St. Francis of Assisi Deaf Center Inc. (PSFADC)
Fr. Hozo Sato, OFM (Contact Person)
Laverna Prayer House 38 Pat Senador St., SFDM
Quezon City, 1105 Philippines

Registry of Interpreters for Deaf Empowerment
(Philippine Association of Interpreters for Deaf Empowerment)

Mr. Alfredo Celada Jr. (Contact Person)
449 Malaya St.
Mandaluyong City

Samar Immanuel Deaf Christian Church
Ptr. Rodel Manila (Contact Person)
Borongan, Eastern Samar

Sisters of the Little Mission for the Deaf
Sr. Mary Ann G. Soria (Contact Person)
54 Aurelio Periquet St.
Bf Executive Village, Las Pinas City

Zamboanga City Deaf Federation
Ms. Rosanna L. Villanueva (Contact Person)
Zamboanga City High School
Don Alfaro St. Tetuan
Zamboanga City 7000

Other Deaf Organizations in the Philippines (unconfirmed)

Other deaf organizations in the Philippines are believed to be located in Dumaguete, Negras, and in Cagayan de Oro, Mindanao. Further information about these or other deaf organizations is desired. Please contact RSIAt.

Deaf Schools in Philippines

Bohol Deaf Academy

Description:Residential high school for deaf students; provides academic and vocational training.
[info confirmed w/website]

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde; School for the Deaf and Applied Studies
Dean Ma. Veronica Templo-Perez (Contact Person)
2544 Taft Ave. Manila, Philippines, 1004

Description:SDEAS is one of the 6 schools of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. It is a learner-centered educational institution in Deaf education that promotes equal access to opportunities and addresses the diverse need of its students and professionals. Through its courses and programs, it empowers Deaf young adults to become productive and active members of society.
[info confirmed w/org]

La Salle Green Hills Adult Night High School
Mr. Baldwin Noelito I. Que
Moderator: Program for Deaf Learners
De La Salle Green Hills, Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City

Description: Has annually enrollee of 30-40 Deaf students who fully participate in the school’s academic and extra-curricular activities, sports and in the student government. The PDL create and promote an effective learning environment, provide resource and academic support to prepare each student to function successfully and independently as an adult in society upon graduation. Deaf students have the opportunity in a mainstreamed system where they are constantly in an interaction with their hearing peers and attends a special classes in Reading and Filipino only for the Deaf. It is staffed with 7 fully Filipino Sign Language Interpreters and a Guidance Counselor who is hard of hearing. Teachers and staff are regularly trained to handle deaf students and are in the process of being certified in sign language with the goal of responding effectively to Deaf students.
[Info confirmed w/third party]

La Salle University-Ozamiz School for the Deaf
Ms. Sarah Talibong , Principal
Valconcha Street Aguada 7200 Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental, Philippines
[info confirmed w/third party]

MCCID College of Technology (Manila Christian Computer Institute for the Deaf)
Remberto I. Esposa Jr., Training Director
Purok 2 Sitio Buntung Palay, Bgy. Silangan Road, Bgy. Silangan, San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines

Descriptions: MCCID is a non-sectarian, post-secondary, Christian foundation school for the deaf in the Philippines authorized by the Philippine government to offer non-degree computer and other technical training programs.
[info confirmed w/org, third party, and web site]

Miriam College-Southeast Asian Institute for the Deaf (MC-SAID)
Ms. Carolyn C. Ui, Principal
Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108, Philippines

Descriptions: MC-SAID is a school for deaf, Christian Filipinos, using the total communication approach. Originally established as a model school for the education of deaf children, it also serves as a research and teacher-training center for deaf education in the Philippines and the Southeast-Asian region.
[info confirmed w/third party and web site]

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