• 1170 Main St
    Buffalo, NY 14209

    Community Support and Resource Center

    From the first formal meeting of the Buffalo Association of the Blind in 1907 to the Olmsted Center for Sight and now VIA, this organization has a rich history of helping the visually impaired see the future and be seen as productive members of the community by the world around them. Whether we're working with a child who was born blind, or an adult experiencing vision loss, VIA has a proven history of guiding people through vision loss, helping them to overcome it and providing the skills that restore their independence and confidence. VIA is the singular resource for people who are blind and visually impaired that supports every facet of living. We provide a comprehensive set of services to help anyone dealing with vision loss at any level, at any age, with whatever they want to accomplish.

  • Updated February 4, 2022