Supporting quality of life and community inclusion of all people with disabilities
Providing leadership in education, research and innovative practices
Inclusion in the arts of artists with disabilities
Training and study into disabilities
Postsecondary education opportunities...
Fostering social and civic engagement
Outreach and training to promote health and wellness
Assistive Technology Loan Library
Disability Specific Organizations
Region: Central Valley
Assistive Technology Network
1234 H Street, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95814
Website: Assistive Technology Network
Association of Regional Center Agencies
915 L Street, Suite 1440
Phone: (916) 446-7961
Website: Association of Regional Center Agencies
Region: Los Angeles
1300 East Green St.
Pasadena, CA 91106
Phone: 626-396-1010 / 877-768-4600
Website: Ability First
Ability First provides programs and services to help children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities realize their full potential throughout their lives.
Aktion Club of Burbank for Fun
230 Amherst Dr.
Burbank, Ca. 91504
Kiwanis Advisor: Jan Loporchio
Website: Aktion Club of Burbank for Fun
National Alliance on Mental Illness
1851 Heritage Lane, Suite 150
Sacramento, CA 95815
Website: National Alliance on Mental Illness
Serves individuals with schizophrenia, depressing, bipolar, and Personality disorders.
AR&C Long Beach, Inc.
4519 E. Stearns Street
Long Beach, CA 90815
Phone: 562-597-4396 / 562-597-7716
Website: AR&C Long Beach, Inc.
AR&C is a center based program, serving all age groups providing vocational training in addition to language and motor skill development. AR&C-Long Beach promotes competence and self-sufficiency while also respecting each persons right to choose froma full array of service options designed to meet their individual needs.
ARC South Bay
1735 W. Rosecrans Ave.
Gardena, CA 90249
Phone: 310- 532-6333
Fax: 310- 532-0623
Website: ARC South Bay
The Arc-South Bay has taken the lead in providing gainful work experience, basic living skills training, leisure services, and growth in independent living skills for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Arts and Services for Disabled, Inc.
3626 E. Pacific Coast Highway
Long Beach, CA 90804
Phone: 562- 982-0247
Website: Arts and Services for Disabled, Inc.
Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc. is a private non-profit organization located in California, dedicated to providing opportunities to individuals who have disabilities, enabling them to attain their highest realizations and capabilities.
5601 W. Slauson Avenue, Suite 255
Culver City, CA 90230
Phone: 310-642-2620 / 888-68-BUDDY
Website: Best Buddies
Enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment.
741 North Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Fax: 323- 663-0867
Website: Braille Institute
Braille Institute offers services to help people with limited or no vision lead independent and enriched lives.
BCR "a place to grow"
230 E. Amherst Drive
Burbank, CA 91504
Phone: 818- 843-4907
Website: BCR "a place to grow"
BCR provides activities and extended care programs for developmentally disabled children and adults.
California State University Northridge Center on Disabilities
18111 Nordhoff Street
Bayramian Hall 110
Northridge, CA 91330
Website: California State University Northridge Center on Disabilities
Through a wide array of services, the office of Students with Disabilities Resources assists students to realize their academic and career goals. A team of disability and educational specialists are available to students on a year round basis.
4901 E. Carson Street
Long Beach, CA 90808
The mission of CAPED is to promote the full and effective participation of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of California Higher Education.
Center for the Partially Sighted
6101 W. Centinela Ave., Suite 150
Website: Center for the Partially Sighted
The mission of The Center for the Partially Sighted is to promote independent living for people of all ages with impaired sight.
Community Options Inc.
16461 Sherman Way, Suite 275
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Website: Community Options Inc.
COI provides services to adults with developmental disabilities 18 years of age and older.
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services
4760 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Phone: 310- 390-6612
Website: Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services
Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center is committed to empowering our clients to maximize their potential by providing quality behavioral healthcare services to the community and those in need.
Disabled American Veterans
VARO Federal Building
11000 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 5227
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Website: Disabled American Veterans
The DAV is a nonprofit association of veterans who suffered some degree of disability while serving in time of war or armed conflict.
7910 La Tijera Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Website: Easter Seals
Easter Seals provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities have equal opportunity to live, learn, work and play.
3839 Selig Place
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Website: El Arca
El Arca is an Adult Day Health Care Center providing quality health, therapeutic, educational and recreational services to Developmentally Disabled individuals.
Exceptional Children’s Foundation
8740 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Phone: 310- 204-3300
Fax: 310- 845-8001
Website: Exceptional Children’s Foundation
ECF has offered a continuum of program services and currently offers early start, developmental activity, residential services, work training, and supported employment.
4716 E. Cesar Ave. Bldg. A
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Website: Familia Unida
The mission of Familia Unida is to enlighten, educate, and unite families affected by Multiple Sclerosis and other debilitating diseases.
Fiesta Educativa Inc.
161 South Ave. 24
Phone: 323- 221-6696
Fax: 323- 221-6699
Website: Fiesta Educativa Inc.
Fiesta Educativa was founded to inform and assist Latino families in obtaining services and in caring for their children with special needs.
Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, Inc.
2222 Laverna Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Phone: 323- 478-8000
TTY: 323- 550-4226
Video Phone: 323-892-2225
Fax: 323- 550-4205
Website: Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, Inc.
The mission of the Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness is to ensure equal access of the deaf and hard of hearing community to the same opportunities afforded their hearing counterparts.
Junior Blind of America
5300 Angeles Vista Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90043
Phone: 323-295-4555 / 800-352-2290
Website: Junior Blind of America
Junior Blind of America provides services to more than 6,000 individuals each year from California and neighboring states through six exceptional programs that provide education, recreation, training, and rehabilitation.
Media Access Office
1255 S. Central Ave.
Glendale, CA 91204
Website: Media Access Office
The purpose of the Media Access Office is to actively promote the employment and accurate portrayal of persons with disabilities in all areas of the media and entertainment industry, ensuring that the industry recognizes people with disabilities as part of cultural diversity.
Marilyn Hilton MS Achievement Center at UCLA
1000 Veteran Ave., Suite 11-62
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Website: Marilyn Hilton MS Achievement Center at UCLA
A collaborative program offered by the UCLA Department of Neurology and the Southern California Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Southern California Chapter / 6 Offices to serve you
2440 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 115
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Website: National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society provides information and assistance to people with multiple sclerosis and their loved ones.
15725 Parthenia Street
North Hills, CA 91343
Website: New Horizons
New Horizons provides diversified services to adults with developmental disabilities cerebral palsy, autism, mental retardation, epilepsy, and other similar developmental disabilities- or acquired traumatic brain injuries.
People First of California, Inc.
1225 8th Street, Suite 360
Website: People First of California, Inc.
People First of California trains, informs, and supports all people with developmental disabilities to help them speak up for themselves, know their rights and responsibilities, make decisions and solve problems, and stand together in unity.
Project Return Peer Support Network
6055 E. Washington Blvd., Suite 900
Commerce, CA 90040
Website: Project Return Peer Support Network
Project Return Peer Support Network (PRPSN) promotes wellness, personal growth and self-determination for people who have experienced mental illness by providing social opportunities, education, and community involvement.
Social Vocational Services Inc.
Southwest LA Region - Torrance Office
2441 W. 205th Street, Suite C-100
Torrance, CA 90501
Website: Social Vocational Services Inc.
SVS today offers Day, Residential and Supported Living Programs to more than 2,500 clients. SVS provides people with development disabilities the training and support necessary to live and work in the community of their choice.
Tierra del Sol Foundation
Region: Los Aangeles
9919 Sunland Blvd.
Sunland, CA 91040
Website: Tierra del Sol Foundation
Tierra del Sol's mission is to serve the community by empowering individuals with developmental and multiple disabilities to realize their greatest human potential, become as independent as possible within their families and community, and establish a valued role in society.
United Cerebral Palsy Los Angeles
6430 Independence Ave.
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: 818- 782-2211
Fax: 818- 909-9106
Website: United Cerebral Palsy Los Angeles
The mission of UCP is to help individuals with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities to maximize their own potential and live full and dignified lives.
University of Southern California Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
4650 Sunset Blvd, Mailstop #53
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Website: University of Southern CaliforniaChildren’s Hospital Los Angeles
Purpose is to provide leadership in strengthening family-centered, culturally-competent services and systems for the benefit of individuals with, or at risk for, developmental, behavioral and/or special health care needs and their families.
Society for the Blind
1238 S Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Website: Society for the Blind
Society for the Blind serves thousands of blind and visually impaired individuals throughout the Sacramento area and surrounding counties.
Asian Rehabilitation Service, Inc.
1701 E Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Website: Asian Rehabilitation Service, Inc.
Access to Independence of San Diego
Region: San Diego
8885 Rio San Diego Drive, Suite 131
San Diego CA, 92108
Website: Access to Independence
Access to Independence is an independent living center (ILC), a nonresidential, cross-disability, non-profit corporation that provides services to people with disabilities to help maximize their independence and fully integrate into their communities.
Access to Independence of North County
1440 S. Escondido Blvd., Suite D
Escondido, CA 92025
Website: Access to Independence of North County
Braille and Talking Book Library
P.O. Box 942837
Sacramento, CA 94237
Phone: 916-654-0640 or 800-952-5666
Website: Braille and Talking Book Library
The California State Library loans braille, cassette and digital talking books, magazines, playback equipment, and descriptive videos to northern Californians unable to read conventional print.
Able-Disabled Advocacy, Inc.
2850 Sixth Avenue, Suite 311
San Diego, CA 92103
Website: Able-Disabled Advocacy, Inc.
Able-Disabled Advocacy, operating in San Diego County since 1976, will offer all Mandated WIA Youth Elements and more, to 80 out-of-school youth with a wide variety of disabilities and other barriers to employment.
ARC of San Diego
3030 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92102
Website: ARC of San Diego
ARC of SD provides quality programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities. All of our programs promote social, economic, and personal independence.
901 Mission St., Suite 80-B
San Francisco, CA 94103
Blind Community Center of San Diego
1805 Upas Street
Phone: 619- 298-5021
Website: Blind Community Center of San Diego
Provides social and recreational activities for the visually impaired: talking books, communication skills, arts & crafts, choral group, sports, dancing and other activities.
City of Roseville Parks and Recreation
2005 Hilltop Circle
Roseville, CA 95678
Website: City of Roseville Parks and Recreation
City of Roseville Public Library
Website: City of Roseville Public Library
55 Executive Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
The San Diego Center has been providing free services to San Diego and Imperial County residents and is located in the heart of the University Town Center area.
California Council of the Blind
Blind Community Center, Auditorium
Website: California Council of the Blind
CCB's vision is that culture, laws, programs, and attitudes throughout California are inclusive of all people, especially persons who are blind or visually impaired.
Easter Seals Superior California
173205 Hurley Way
Sacramento, CA 95864
Website: Easter Seals Superior California
ACE IT I
(Adult Day Program)
1250 Howe Ave. Unit 14-B
Sacramento, CA 95825
ACE IT II
8089 Madison Ave., Suite 4
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
ACE IT III
(Adult Day Program & Fine Arts Program)
1670 Sierra, Suite 601
Yuba City, CA 95993
El Dorado Center for the Visually Impaired
4600 Farnsworth Lane
El Dorado, CA 95623
City of San Diego Department of Recreation, Disabled Services
1200 Third Ave., Suite 924
San Diego, CA 92101
Website: City of San Diego Department of Recreation, Disabled Services
The City's Disability Services Program was established in 1991 to coordinate City compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act. Their mission is to ensure that every facility, activity, benefit, program and service operated or funded by the City is fully accessible to, and useable by, people with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as other federal, state and local access codes and disability rights laws.
Community Interface Services
2621 Roosevelt Street
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Phone: 760- 729-3866
Fax: 760- 729-8526
Website: Community Interface Services
A nonprofit organization which provides training services, support, and advocacy for adults with developmental disabilities.
San Diego Center for the Blind
5922 El Cajon Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92115
Website: San Diego Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired
Rehabilitating blind and vision impaired adults so they can reach their highest level of independence and self-reliance.
Creative Support Alternatives
3590 Camino del Rio North, Suite 121
San Diego, California 92108
Website: Creative Support Alternatives
Creative Support Alternatives provides supported living services to people with developmental disabilities.
Deaf Community Services
3930 Fourth Ave., Suite 300
Phone: 619- 398-2441
Fax: 619- 398-2444
Website: Deaf Community Services
Founded in 1974 as the Central Deaf Association, Deaf Community Services of San Diego, Inc. is the only nonprofit agency in San Diego that serves deaf, hard-of-hearing, and late-deafened children and adults.
Phone: 877-426-2838 / 859-441-7300
Exceptional Family Resource Center
9245 Sky Park Court, Suite 130
San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: 619-594-7416 / 800-281-8252
Website: Exceptional Family Resource Center
The mission of the Exceptional Family Resource Center is to provide support, information and education for families of children with disabilities and the professionals who assist these families.
San Diego State University
3590 Camino del Rio North
San Diego, CA 92108
Website: Interwork Institute
The Institute focuses on promoting the integration of all individuals, including those with disabilities, into all aspects of education, work, family, and community life.
Kids Included Together
2820 Roosevelt Road, Suite 202
San Diego, CA 92106
Website: Kids Included Together
The mission of Kids Included Together is to support recreational, child development, and youth development programs that include children with and without disabilities.
12121 Scripps Summit Drive, Suite 190
San Diego, CA 92131
The Society and its network of chapters nationwide promote research, educate, advocate on critical issues, and organize a wide range of programs— including support for the newly diagnosed and those living with MS over time.
Cal-Diego Paralyzed Veterans Association
3350 LaJolla Village Drive, Suite 1A-118
San Diego, CA 92161
Phone: 858-450-1443 / 800-423-2778
Website: Cal-Diego Paralyzed Veterans Association
Cal-Diego PVA recognizes the need for people with disabilities to be actively involved in federal, state, and local legislation that impacts our vital interests.
Parent Advocates Seeking Solutions
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
16275 Pomerado Road, Rm #3A
Poway, CA 92064
Website: Parent Advocates Seeking Solutions
Parent Advocates Seeking Solutions, a parent support group for parents of children ages 15 and above with developmental disabilities, is dedicated to provide parental guidance in order to cultivate, enhance, and supervise the inalienable rights of their children so that the optimum value and fulfillment of life will be accessible and maintained.
Partial Vision Center- Scripps Mericos Eye Institute
Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla
9888 Genesee Avenue
La Jolla, CA 92037
Website: Partial Vision Center- Scripps Mericos Eye Institute
The Partial Vision Center at Scripps Mericos Eye Institute helps people with diminished vision lead more independent lives. Complimentary evaluations are provided to people with partial vision through the generosity of Scripps Mericos donors.
San Diego People First
San Diego, CA 92112-0587
Website: San Diego People First
The members of San Diego People First encourage individuals to be self-reliant through education, support of peers, sharing resources and tools, presentations, and the development of leadership skills. Members serve as role models by becoming involved in community projects and being productive members of the community.
8525 Gibbs Drive, Ste. 100
Website: Project Success/UCP
Project SUCCESS engages middle and high school-aged youth in a service-learning curriculum that highlights personal abilities, builds an understanding on community concerns and assists students in designing responsive community service projects that tackle critical issues.
Autism Society San Diego
4699 Murphy Canyon Road
Website: Autism Society San Diego
Serving as the voice and resource to the San Diego autism community.
Department of Rehabilitation
721 Capitol Mall
Website: Department of Rehabilitation
The California Department of Rehabilitation works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living and equality for individuals with disabilities.
East LA Family Resource Center
1000 South Fremont Ave. Ste 6050, Unit 35
Alhambra, CA 91803
Website: East LA Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center works in cooperation with the community to provide quality programs and events for families and individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages.
San Diego Workforce Partnership
3910 University Ave., Suite 400
San Diego, CA 92105
Phone: 619-228-2900 / 888-884-7397
Website: San Diego Workforce Partnership
The San Diego Workforce Partnership funds job training programs that enable eligible adults to develop the skills and knowledge needed for emerging career opportunities within such fields as green jobs, healthcare, and clean technology.
Advantage Day Program
11703 Eucalyptus Ave
Hawthorne, CA 90250-2158
National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Northern California Chapter
4221 Northgate Blvd., Suite 4
Sacramento, CA 95834
Phone: 916-927-8000 / 800-344-4867
Website: National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Northern California Chapter
The Northern California Chapter is a lifeline for people living with MS; by providing reliable knowledge, engaging and innovative programs and services, financial assistance and a sense of community, the Northern California Chapter keeps people moving their lives forward.
Toward Maximum Independence
4740 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite #300
Website: Toward Maximum Independence
It is the mission of TMI to support the value, right and responsibilities of all people with the support of their advocates, to make informed choices regarding how they live, work and express their membership in community.
Wangenheim Satellite Office
2555 Camino del Rio South Suite 150
Website: TRACE Program
TRACE is an extension of San Diego Unified School District, which provides students with a seamless transition from public school to adult life.
United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County
8525 Gibbs Drive., Suite 209
Website: United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County
The mission of UCP of San Diego County is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities. By making solid steps, UCP can build a better community for all in the process.
Access Inc.: Leadership in Community Service
2612 Daniel Ave.
San Diego, CA 92111
Website: Access Inc.: Leadership in Community Service
Access Inc.'s mission is to serve the community by providing education, workforce training and social services to youth and adults, especially those most vulnerable and most in need so that they achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence.
The Challenge Center: Next Step in Advanced Rehabilitation
5540 Lake Park Way
La Mesa, CA 91942
Website: The Challenge Center: Next Step in Advanced Rehabilitation
The Challenge Center is committed to provide skilled physical therapy, specialized fitness and wellness programs to rehabilitate, raise the level of independence, and improve the quality of life for everyone with disabilities and their families.
Employment & Community Options
9370 Sky Park Court, Suite 210
Website: Employment & Community Options
Employment & Community Options assists thousands of individuals with disabilities in obtaining and retaining employment opportunities. Through them, adults with disabilities and low income seniors are given the opportunity to work in their community.
Mental Health Systems Inc.
9465 Farnham Street
Website: Mental Health Systems Inc.
Mental Health Systems provides mental health and drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in an innovative and cost-effective manner.
Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transporation (FACT)
600 Mission Avenue
Oceanside, CA 92054
Phone: 760-754-1252 / 888-924-3228
Website: Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transporation (FACT)
The core mission of FACT is to coordinate and consolidate transportation services to people with disabilities, senior citizens and social service agencies.
State Office for Deaf Access
744 P Street, MS 8-16-91
Website: State Office for Deaf Access
The ODA acts as a liaison between the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) Director's Office and the deaf community, various programs, agencies, and other organizations concerned with deafness or hearing loss, and provides contract administration and program oversight of CDSS' contracts with a network of eight, private, non-profit agencies that provide a variety of DAP services to California's deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and late-deafened populations.
Department of Social Services
Website: Department of Social Services
"The mission of the California Department of Social Services is to serve, aid, and protect needy and vulnerable children and adults in ways that strengthen and preserve families, encourage personal responsibility, and foster independence."
State Office of Services to the Blind
744 P Street, MS 8-16-94
Phone: 916- 657-3327
Fax: 916- 653-4001
Website: State Office of Services to the Blind
The Office of Services to the Blind (OSB) provides information and referral on services, programs, entitlements, and products of benefit to individuals who are blind or visually impaired and their families or service providers.
United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento and Northern California
4350 Auburn Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95841
Website: United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento and Northern California
UCP of Sacramento and Northern California is the leading provider of comprehensive services to children and adults with all developmental disabilities and their families.
Fresno Regional Workforce Connection
3302 N. Blackstone Avenue, Suite 155
Fresno, CA 93726
Website: Fresno Regional Workforce Connection
The Fresno Regional Workforce Investment Board (FRWIB) serves as a catalyst to mobilize and integrate all private and public partners to effectively educate, train and place individuals with the necessary resources and skills to fulfill employer needs.
Employers' Training Resource
1600 East Belle Terrace
Bakersfield, CA 93307
Phone: 661-336-6893 / 800-203-2623
Website: Employers' Training Resource
ETR is a department within the County of Kern which serves as the administrative arm of the Kern/Inyo/Mono Counties Workforce Investment Board. Working in partnership with the Career Services Center, ETR provides services to local businesses and job seekers.
Kings County Job Training Office
124 North Irwin Street
Hanford, CA 93230
Website: Kings County Job Training Office
The Kings County Job Training Office (JTO) offers a wide range of services to job seekers and employers.
Madera County Workforce Assistance Center
441 E Yosemite Ave.
Madera, CA 93638
Website: Madera County Workforce Assistance Center
The Madera County Workforce Assistance Center is a One Stop community resource center which, through a partnership of community agencies, specializes in meeting a variety needs from job placement to public housing to business services.
Department of Workforce Investment
1880 West Wardrobe Ave.
Merced, CA 95341
Website: Merced County
A Touch of Understanding
5280 Stirling Street, Suite 102
Granite Bay, CA 95746
Website: A Touch of Understanding
A Touch of Understanding (ATOU) provides disability awareness programs designed to educate a new generation to understand the challenges associated with disabilities and to accept and respect all individuals.
A. Warren McClaskey Adult Center
5241 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
Website: A. Warren McClaskey Adult Center
The A. Warren McClaskey Adult Center offers classes for disabled adults. Parent Education and Parent Participation Preschool Programs are offered throughout the city.
6005 Folsom Blvd
Website: Access Leisure
Access Leisure provides sports, residential camping and outdoor education as well as social and fitness programs for children, teens, and adults with disabilities.
Adjustment to Blindness - Society for the Blind
Website: Adjustment to Blindness - Society for the Blind
Developmental Disabilities Service Organization
5051 47th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95824
Website: Developmental Disabilities Service Organization
DDSO provides a broad range of programs that champion the creativity and potential alive within the hearts, minds of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Albert Einstein Residence Center
1935 Wright Street
Phone: 916-972-9555 / 888-623-9046
Website: Albert Einstein Residence Center
American Society for Deaf Children
800 Florida Avenue NE, Suite 2047
Washington DC 20002
Website: American Society for Deaf Children
American Society for Deaf Children believe deaf or hard-of-hearing children are entitled to full communication access in their home, school, and community, and that language development, respect for the Deaf, and access to deaf and hard-of-hearing role models are important to assure optimal intellectual, social, and emotional development.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association
Greater Sacramento Chapter
2717 Cottage Way, Suite 17
Phone: 916- 979 9265
Website: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association
The Greater Sacramento Chapter of the ALS Association was founded in September 1987 with the hope of providing an opportunity for ALS patients and their families to come together, share concerns & information, and build awareness in the Sacramento Community.
ARC of California
1225 Eigth Street, Suite 350
Website: ARC of California
Campaign for College Opportunity
714 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 745
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Website: Campaign for College Opportunity
The Campaign for College Opportunity is a nonprofit organization solely devoted to ensuring that the next generation of college-age students in California has the chance to go to college as promised by the state 1960 Master Plan for Higher Education.
CA Assistive Technology Network
Phone: (800) 390-2699 / 916-325-1690
Website: CA Assistive Technology Network
The AT Network is dedicated to expanding the accessibility of tools, resources and technology that will help increase independence, improve personal productivity and enhance the quality of life for all Californians.
CA Association of School Psychologists
1020 12th Street, Suite 200
Website: CA Association of School Psychologists
The CASP membership is comprised of individuals who work in school districts, and in private practice throught the state, helping school personnel, teachers, administrators, and counselors to support student education and solve related learning, social, and adjustment problems.
CA Dept. of Health Care Services
Website: CA Dept. of Health Care Services
The Department of Health Care Services' mission is to preserve and improve the health status of Californians. DHCS works closely with health care professionals, county governments and health plans to provide a health care safety net for California's low-income and persons with disabilities.
CA Foundation for Independent Living Centers
Website: CA Foundation for Independent Living Centers
The CFILC's mission is to support independent living centers in their local communities through advocating for systems change and promoting access and integration for people with disabilities.
CA Learning Disabilities Association
Region: Orange County
808 West Balboa Blvd.
Newport Beach, CA 92661
Website: CA Learning Disabilities Association
The CA Learning Disabilities Association is a non-profit volunteer organization of parents, professionals, and adults with learning disabilities. Its purpose is to promote and support the education and general welfare of children and adults of potentially normal intelligence who manifest learning, perceptual, and/or behavioral handicaps.
CA State Independent Living Council
1600 K Street, Suite 100
Website: CA State Independent Living Council
CA Dept. of Developmental Services
1600 9th Street
P. O. Box 944202
Sacramento, CA 94244
Website: CA Dept. of Developmental Services
DDS provides services and programs to children and adults with developmental disabilities.
California Institute for Mental Health
2125 19th Street, 2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95818
Website: California Institute for Mental Health
The California Institute for Mental Health was established to promote excellence in mental health services through training, technical assistance, research and policy development.
Californians for Disability Rights (CDR)
909 12th Street, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95814
Website: Californians for Disability Rights (CDR)
Californians for Disability Rights is the oldest and largest membership organization of persons with disabilities in California.
Canine Companions for Independence, Gold Rush Chapter
Website: Canine Companions for Independence, Gold Rush Chapter
An all volunteer chapter of Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), a nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and the ongoing support needed to ensure a sucessful graduate team.
Children and Family Services Division
Website: Children and Family Services Division
The Children and Family Services Division provides leadership and oversight of county and community agencies in the implementation of child welfare services programs through regulations, training, technical assistance, incentives and program evaluations.
Choices Transitional Services
Website: Choices Transitional Services
Choices strives to educate the community at large to value diversity and to help create a positive environment for our clients in their development processes.
Chronic Pain Visual Arts Project
2443 Fair Oaks Blvd., #334
Website: Chronic Pain Visual Arts Project
The mission is to educate healthcare providers and the public about chronic pain through art and to give a voice to the many who suffer in silence.
399 Placerville Drive
Placerville, CA 95667
MORE is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting persons with disabilities. Services include direct training in social, living and vocational skills, and assisting the community in providing real life opportunities, including work, for those we serve.
CA Department of Health Care Services
Website: CA Department of Health Care Services
Developmental Living Center
6518 Lang Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95823
Disability Advisory Commission
700 H Street, Room 5720
Website: Disability Advisory Commission
The Disability Advisory Commission (DAC) advises the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on issues pertaining to the disability community and County compliance with Federal and State laws and regulations.
Down Syndrome Information Alliance
5098 Foothills Boulevard, Suite 3, #464
Roseville, CA 95747
Website: Down Syndrome Information Alliance
The Down Syndrome Information Alliance provides support and resources to empower individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and our community.
Elder Options, Inc.
82 Main St., P.O. Box 2113
Placerville, CA 95667
Phone: 530-626-6939 / 800-336-1709
Website: Elder Options, Inc.
Today our Care Managers work with people of all ages with chronic health conditions or disabilities to determine customized care plans for independent living.
Eskaton Adult Day Health Center - Carmichael
5105 Manzanita Ave.
Carmichael, CA 95608
Phone: 916-334-0810 / 866-ESKATON
Website: Eskaton Adult Day Health Center - Carmichael
Eskaton's primary mission is to enhance the quality of life of seniors through innovative health, housing and social services.
Eskaton Henson Manor
1225 Morse Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95864
Website: Eskaton Henson Manor
Eskaton Henson Manor is a place you can call home. Enjoy our beautiful landscaped grounds. Walk with neighbors, friends and family among tree-lined paths, across quaint bridges, and bountiful urban gardens.
Eskaton Wilson Manor
2140 Evergreen Ave.
West Sacramento, CA 95691
Website: Eskaton Wilson Manor
Eskaton Wilson Manor in West Sacramento, across the river from downtown Sacramento and just minutes from I-5 and I-80, offers residents a vibrant and social environment.
BCR A Place to Grow
Website: BCR A Place to Grow
BCR provides day activity and extended day care programs, as well as monthly evening dances, for children and adults with developmental disabilities -- mental retardation, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral-palsy, seizure disorders and other disabling conditions. BCR serves clients from Burbank, Glendale, the San Fernando Valley, and neighboring Los Angeles County communities.
The Foundation Fighting Blindness
111 W. Evelyn Ave., Suite 305
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Phone: 888-394-3937 / 408-739-1846
Website: The Foundation Fighting Blindness
The urgent mission of the Foundation Fighting Blindness, Inc. is to drive the research that will provide preventions, treatments and cures for people affected by retinitis pigmentosa (RP), macular degeneration, Usher syndrome, and the entire spectrum of retinal degenerative diseases.
Friends of Californians with Disabilities
Phone: 800-695-0350 / 916-325-1690
Website: Friends of Californians with Disabilities
Friends of Californians with Disabilities, Inc. is a leader in developing statewide and national partnerships to increase employment and independent living opportunities for people with disabilities.
Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley
6648 Franklin Blvd
Website: Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley
Goodwill is a community based non-profit organization that provides jobs for the disabled, disadvantaged, and disenfranchised in Sacramento Valley & Northern Nevada. They put people to work in their own communities, helping to build self-sufficiency and human dignity.
CA Employment Development Department
P.O. BOX 826880, MIC 83
Sacramento, CA 94280
Website: CA Employment Development Department
The Employment Development Department (EDD) is one of the largest state departments with employees at hundreds of service locations throughout the state. For more than 70 years, we have connected millions of job seekers and employers in an effort to build the economy of the Golden State.
Sierra Pacific Living Skills
P.O. Box 3622
Citrus Heights, CA 95611
Website: Sierra Pacific Living Skills
Sierra Pacific Living Skills has implemented a Quality Assurance program designed to instill efficiency, support and success into the services offered. Trained management personnel randomly select appointments to attend and monitor in order to ensure optimum services are being provided.
Independent Living Transition Program - Greenback
Transition to Independent Living Program
Website: Transition to Independent Living Program
Staff works with each student to establish realistic long-range and short-range goals. Individual Program Plans are then written to assist students in attaining these goals. Instruction is offered in the following areas: meal preparation, money management, shopping, housekeeping, use of appliances, safety, communication, transportation, personal care, and interpersonal relationships.
Learning Disabilities Association of CA
Website: Learning Disabilities Association of CA
LDA-CA is a volunteer organization of parents, professionals, and adults with learning disabilities. Its purpose is to promote and support the education and general welfare of children and adults of potentially normal intelligence who manifest learning, perceptual, and/or behavioral handicaps
Legal Center for the Elderly and Disabled
2862 Arden Way
March of Dimes
1755 Creekside Oaks Drive, Suite 130
Sacramento, CA, 95833
Website: March of Dimes
March of Dimes helps moms have full-term pregnancies and research the problems that threaten the health of babies.
Mental Health America of CA
1127 11th Street, Suite 925
Website: Mental Health America of CA
The mission of Mental Health America of California is to ensure that people of all ages, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, etc. who require mental health services and supports are able to live full and productive lives, receive the mental health services and other services that they need, and are not denied any other benefits, services, rights, or opportunities based on their need for mental health services.
Miles P. Richmond School for Special Education
4330 Keema Ave.
North Highlands, CA 95660
Website: Miles P. Richmond School for Speical Education
Miles P. Richmond serves students with special needs, ages 18-22. Our goal is to give students skills and experiences that will prepare them to be as independent as possible as they transition to adulthood. Instruction is provided both in the classroom and in the community.
2501 Florin Road
Sacramento, CA 95822
Website: Paratransit Inc.
Paratransit, Inc. is a private nonprofit corporation dedicated to providing transportation services to individuals with disabilities, the elderly, and related agencies throughout the Sacramento County area.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
3010 Lava Ridge Court
Roseville, CA 95661
Website: Muscular Dystrophy Association
MDA is the nonprofit health agency dedicated to finding treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases by funding worldwide research. The Association also provides comprehensive health care and support services, advocacy and education.
1851 Heritage Lane, Ste 150
NAMI California is the leading organization of individuals working with mutual respect to provide help, hope and health for those affected by serious mental illness.
National Spinal Chord Injury Association
75-20 Astoria Blvd
Jackson Heights, NY 11370
Website: National Spinal Chord Injury Association
NSCIA provides active-lifestyle information, peer support and advocacy that empower individuals to achieve their highest potential in all facets of life.
National Stuttering Association - Sac Chapter
Raley’s Conference Room
1915 Douglas Blvd
Roseville CA 95661
Phone: 916-797-3307 / 951-973-9369
Website: National Stuttering Association - Sac Chapter
Their goal is to provide information about the cause, prevention, and treatment of stuttering, to dispel myths, and to provide a welcoming atmosphere for all who wish to attend.
Sacramento County Health and Human Services
Website: Sacramento County Health and Human Services
NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
4708 Roseville Road, Suite 112
Website: NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a non-profit, community-based organization serving deaf and hard of hearing individuals, their families and the general public in 24 northeastern counties of California.
Northern Calif Hearing Society, Ethics Committee
Organization of Macular Friends
PO Box 22492
Sacramento CA 95822
East Los Angeles Regional Center
1000 S. Fremont Ave.
Alhambra, CA 91802
Website: East Los Angeles Regional Center
The Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) is a private, non-profit organization under contract with the California Department of Developmental Servcies (DDS), which coordinates and provides community based services to people with developmental disabilities in the state of California. It is one of 21 Regional Centers in the state.
Pathways Residential Facility - M.O.R.E.
Placerville, CA 95667
Website: Pathways Residential Facility - M.O.R.E.
Pathways is home to 12 adults with developmental disabilities on their way to independent living in the community. Clients learn how to cook and complete household chores, how to shop, important social skills, grooming and hygiene, and many other valuable independent living skills.
People First of CA/Southside Art Center
8583 Elder Creek Road, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95828
Website: People First of CA/Southside Art Center
Southside Art Center believes the philosophy of People First: If you see us as equal, but different, and do not include us in the decisions that affect our lives, you will see us as your disabled client..People's First believes if you get out of our way and we have the opportunity to gather power and knowledge over OUR own lives, we will become strong and successful.
Physically Handicapped Program - SJUSD
San Jose, CA
Website: Physically Handicapped Program - SJUSD
Prevent Blindness America
211 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1700
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Website: Prevent Blindness America
Prevent Blindness America is the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to fighting blindness and saving sight. Focused on promoting a continuum of vision care, Prevent Blindness America touches the lives of millions of people each year.
1281 National Drive
Sacramento, CA 95834
Website: PRIDE Industries
PRIDE Industries, one of the nation's largest nonprofit employers of people with disabilities, provides a selection of outsourcing solutions to meet the manufacturing and service needs of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies nationwide.
Disability Rights CA
1831 K Street
Phone: 800-776-5746 / 916-504-5800
Website: Disability Rights CA
Advocate, educate, investigate and litigate to advance and protect the rights of Californians with disabilities.
Resources for Independent Living (RIL)
420 I Street, Suite 3
Website: Resources for Independent Living (RIL)
Disability Etiquette Booklet (PDF) http://www.unitedspinal.org/pdf/DisabilityEtiquette.pdf%20
RIL is a private 501 (c) 3 non-profit serving persons with disabilities since 1976. To learn more, click on the links below.
Alta California Regional Center - Roseville Office
1620 Santa Clara Drive, Suite 100
Website: Alta California Regional Center - Roseville Office
Alta California Regional Center creates partnerships to support all eligible individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, children at risk, and their families in choosing services and supports through individual lifelong planning as a means to achieve healthy and productive lives in their own communities.
Service Advocacy Resepct for Persons with MR/DD
3000 T Street, Suite 201
Sacramento, CA 95816
Website: Service Advocacy Resepct for Persons with MR/DD
Sacramento County Disability Advisory Commission
Website: Sacramento County Disability Advisory Commission
Sacramento County Personnel Services Department
700 H Street, Suite 4667
Website: Sacramento County Personnel Services Department
DPS is committed in providing high quality human resource services to attract, develop, motivate and retain a diverse workforce within a supportive environment.
Learning Disabilities Association of California
P.O. Box 1067
Sierra Madre, CA 91025
Website: Learning Disabilities Association of California
LDA-CA is a non-profit volunteer organization of parents, professionals, and adults with learning disabilities. Its purpose is to promote and support the education and general welfare of children and adults of potentially normal intelligence who manifest learning, perceptual, and/or behavioral handicaps.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Website: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
ASHA is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for more than 166,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students.
Sierra Health Foundation
1321 Garden Highway
Sacramento, CA 95833
Website: Sierra Health Foundation
Sierra Health Foundation is a private philanthropy with a mission to invest in and serve as a catalyst for ideas, partnerships and programs that improve health and quality of life in Northern California.
1238 S Street
Society for the Blind serves thousands of blind and visually impaired individuals throughout the Sacramento area and surrounding counties. We are the only comprehensive blindness center in this region.
California Speech-Language-Hearing Association
825 University Avenue
Website: California Speech-Language-Hearing Association
CSHA is a professional non-profit organization to promote speech and hearing to children and adults with communication and related challenges.
744 P Street, M.S. 8-16-94
657 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Website: Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation's mission is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases.
Supported Employment Program - M.O.R.E.
Website: Supported Employment Program - M.O.R.E.
SEP provides services to adults with a diagnosis of developmental disability who are seeking employment in a community based business.
Supported Life Institute
2035 Hurley Way, Suite 105
Website: Supported Life Institute
The mission of the Supported Life Institute is to offer educational and training opportunites to assist individuals and organizations in the work of improving the quality of life for people with disabilities.
The State Independent Living Council
Phone: 916-445-0142 / 866-866-7452
Website: The State Independent Living Council
The SILC prepares a State Plan for Independent Living which sets the policy and funding levels for the state's network of Independent Living Centers (ILCs) and services. To help guide this policy, the SILC solicits continual public feedback on the effectiveness of independent living services and the changing needs of the community.
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Sacramento
Website: United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Sacramento
410 Alhambra Blvd.
Website: Uptown Studios
The Uptown Studios crew is known for being creative, dedicated and enthusiastic. Uptown Studios is now at the top of its game with a full team of creative professionals ready to help you change your world.
Voice Empowered Technology Organization
P.O. Box 232106
Sacramento, ca 95823
VETO services at risk youth and families throughout various communities. VETO is a community and faith-based organization with roots in the Sacramento Metropolitan area. As a faith-based organization, we service everyone, and our purpose is centered around core beliefs we have in helping children and families succeed.
Warmline Family Resource Center
2025 Hurley Way, Suite 100
Phone: 916.922-9276 / 800-660-7995
Website: Warmline Family Resource Center
WarmLine has provided resources & support to families of children with special needs birth to age 22 in Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, El Dorado, Nevada and Alpine Counties since 1993.
Easter Seals of Culver City
6076 Bristol Parkway
Phone: 310-672-7700 / 310-645-0415
Fax: 310-672-7705 / 310-654-0394
Website: Easter Seals of Culver City
Easter Seals provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or other special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
ARC of Orange County
225 W Carl Karcher Way
Anaheim, ca 92801
Department of Rehabilitation - Orange/San Gabriel District
222 S. Harbor Blvd., Suite 300
Anaheim, CA 92805
Website: Department of Rehabilitation - Orange/San Gabriel District
The Department of Rehabilitation serves individuals from North Orange County with offices in Anaheim, Fountain Valley, Santa Ana as well as the San Gabriel Valley area including El Monte, Whittier, West Covina, Pomona and La Verne.
City of Irvine Disability Services
1 Civic Center Plaza
P.O. Box 19575
Irvine, CA 92623
Website: City of Irvine Disability Services
Provides a variety of social and recreational activities, community services and classes for individuals with or without disabilities.
Special Education Services in Orange County
200 Kalmus Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Website: Special Education Services in Orange County
Provides a community activity program for individuals with disabilities who are provided with job coaching by employment training specialists.
Region: San Francisco Bay Area
3860 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Website: Achieve Kids
Serves children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, developmental or learning disabilities who are age 1 ½ to 22. Provides non-public school; psychological assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family therapy; and speech and language therapy.
American Foundation for the Blind-West
44 Montgomery Street Suite 1305
San Francisco, CA 94040
Website: American Foundation for the Blind-West
A national nonprofit whose mission is to ensure that the ten million Americans who are blind or visually impaired enjoy the same rights and opportunities as other citizens.
ARC of San Francisco
1500 Howard Street
Website: ARC of San Francisco
The Arc San Francisco is a non-profit service and advocacy organization for adults with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families living in San Francisco and San Mateo counties.
Community Association for Rehabilitation, Inc.
525 East Charleston Road
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Serves infants, children and adults who are developmentally disabled. Provides: Information and referral to other programs for the disabled, and advocacy.
Contra Costa Health Services
1340 Arnold Drive, Suite 200
Martinez, CA 94553
Website: Contra Costa Health Services
Contra Costa provides mental health services for children and adults living in Contra Costa County. These services are provided through a system of care that includes Mental Health staff, community-based organizations, and a network of private therapists.
Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, Inc.
3075 Adeline Street, Suite 210
Berkeley, CA 94703
Website: Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, Inc.
The Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, founded in 1979, is a leading national civil rights law and policy center directed by individuals with disabilities and parents who have children with disabilities.
900 Lafayette Street, Suite 700
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Website: Greater Opportunities
Greater Opportunities is a private, independent nonprofit organization that provides support and personalized services to adults with developmental disabilities.
Hope Rehabilitation Services
30 Las Colinas Lane
San Jose, CA 95119
Website: Hope Rehabilitation Services
Hope provides comprehensives services to more than 2,500 individuals with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders, mental retardation, Down’s syndrome and other related conditions.
Learning Disabilities Association of California--Santa Clara Chapter
1021 Suffolk Way
Los Altos, CA 94024
Northern California Cares
323 Geary Street Suite #415
San Francisco, CA 94102
926 Rock Ave., Suite 10
San Jose, CA 95131
OUTREACH is committed to the mission of supporting older adults, individuals with disabilities and low-income families with their efforts to lead independent and self-sufficient lives.
Pacific ADA and IT Center (Pacific DBTAC)
555 12th Street, Suite 1030
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: 510-285-5600 / 800-949-4232
Website: Pacific ADA and IT Center (Pacific DBTAC)
The purpose of the Pacific ADA Center is to build a partnership between the disability and business communities and to promote full and unrestricted participation in society for persons with disabilities through education and technical assistance.
Parents Helping Parents
1400 Parkmoor Avenue Suite 100
San Jose, CA 95126
Phone: 408-727-5775 / 855-727-5775
Website: Parents Helping Parents
Serves parents and their children who have disabilities.Provides intervention for emotional behavioral disorders and intellectual disabilities.
VIA Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
2851 Park Avenue
Website: VIA Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
Via Services is a private, independent non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and special needs achieve greater self-sufficiency and lead richer lives.
Easter Seals of San Fernando Valley
12510 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 103
Pacoima, CA 91331
Website: Easter Seals of San Fernando Valley
Easter Seals Southern California
1570 E. 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Website: Easter Seals Southern California
Del Norte Association for Developmental Services
Region: North Coast Region
838 4th Street
Crescent City, CA 95531
Los Angeles, CA
Phone: 213- 744-7183
1915 J Street
Eureka, CA 95502
Website: Access Humboldt
Access Humboldt is a non-profit, community based, public service media organization formed in April 2006 to manage local cable franchise benefits on behalf of the County of Humboldt, California and the Cities of Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna, Rio Dell, Ferndale and Blue Lake.
Humboldt Community Access and Resource Center
Website: Humboldt Community Access and Resource Center
Humboldt Community Access and Resource Center is a private nonprofit agency incorporated by a group of dedicated parents seeking an alternative to institutionalization of their children with developmental disabilities.
Mental Health Branch
720 Wood Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Website: Mental Health Branch
Department of Veterans Affairs
Spinal Cord Injury Vocational Integration Program (SCI-VIP)
3350 La Jolla Village Dr.
San Diego, CA 92161
Website: Department of Veterans Affairs
This study involves research about how to help veterans with spinal cord injury (SCI) gain employment. During the first couple of years following SCI many people are concentrating on many aspects of their rehabilitation and are unable to afford the time for return to work. However, studies have shown people often regain the necessary strength and function about two years after SCI to resume activities of daily living very similar to what they experienced prior to the SCI. Even though many social and legal efforts have been made in the last decade to improve chances for people with disabilities to return to work, veterans with SCI are sometimes hindered in finding employment because of age, past work history, and many other factors. Other veterans with SCI are very successful at finding employment either working for themselves or working for a company. We know very little about what issues veterans with SCI face when they attempt to find employment after SCI.
1227 O Street
CalVet will deliver the innovative services veterans and their families need to be successful, productive Californians in the most efficient and cost effective manner through aggressively collaborating with key stakeholders and partners.
Alta California Regional Center
2241 Harvard Street, Suite 100
Website: Alta California Regional Center
570 West Ave 26, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Website: L.A. Works
L.A. Works is a nonprofit, volunteer action center that creates and implements hands-on community service projects throughout the greater Los Angeles area.
LAUSD District Office of Transition Services
Region: LOS ANGELES
333 South Beaudry, 17th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Website: LAUSD District Office of Transition Services
The WorkAbility I grant requires that student data be collected and recorded each year. The data will be collected in the schools, forwarded to the District Office of Transition Services and then sent to the California Department of Education. This data will help determine the dollar amount of our WAI grant for next year.
Website: Project Reach
This proposal responds to the RFA Topic National Research and Development Center on Serious Behavior Disorders at the Secondary Level. Consistent with the RFA specifying Research and Development, we have delineated a five-year process of intervention improvement and refinement, culminating in an efficacy study.
UCP Wheels for Humanity
12750 Raymer Street, Unit 4
North Hollywood, CA 91605
Website: UCP Wheels for Humanity
Wheels for Humanity works to improve the lives of those with physical disabilities worldwide. Their first priority is to increase access to mobility for the more than 70 million people with disabilities who need a wheelchair but cannot afford one.
Los Angeles, CA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled Resources Center Inc.
2750 E. Spring Street, Suite 100
Long Beach, CA 90806
Website: Disabled Resources Center Inc.
To empower people with disabilities to live independently in the community, to make their own decisions about their lives and to advocate on their own behalf.
UCLA Aquatics Adaptive Recreation Program
2131 John Wooden Center
Website: UCLA Aquatics Adaptive Recreation Program
UCLA Recreation provides therapeutically-based recreation programs for people with cognitive and physical disabilities that expand their access to opportunities that promote physical fitness, health and wellness, increased self-esteem, and greater functional independence.
ASD TAP II
1903 W. 169th St
Gardena, CA 90247
Website: ASD TAP II
TAP II was designed to maximize independence while providing support for basic needs, personal care, and mobility. The arts-based curriculum allows adult students to develop further strengths in communication, explore and build on talents, meet people with similar interests, and make friends. Opportunities for art exhibition, performance in drama, music, and dance, gardening, and culinary arts provide a rich and well-rounded variety of experiences.
Capitol Autism Services
1901 Royal Oaks Drive, Suite 201
Sacramento, Ca 95815
Website: Capitol Autism Services
Their active participation in enrolling as Applied Behavior Analysis providers with a wide range of insurance companies is allowing us to expand our capability for meeting the needs of those individuals who can be most positively impacted by our services.
Canyon Verde Innovative Activity Center
2761 190th Street
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
Website: Canyon Verde Innovative Activity Center
This organization offers a comprehensive, coordinated multi-disciplinary program to meet the special needs of adults 18 years and older.
Catholic Big Brothers and Sisters-Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program
1530 James M. Wood Blvd., 2nd floor
Website: Catholic Big Brothers and Sisters-Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program
The program assists deaf, hard of hearing and CODA, ages 7 to 14, by providing responsible mentors who possess the necessary communication skills to successfully interact in a positive, healthy and supportive relationship. The CBBBS volunteer (BIGS) serves as an adult mentor model, introducing the child to the adult world by helping increase the child’s ability to functionally communicate. They provide an outlet for the child to express feelings, as well as new and otherwise inaccessible experiences within the community. The program also offers the valuable service of connecting these children and their families to the broader Deaf Community.
C A L I F - Communities Actively Living Independent and Free
634 South Spring Street, 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Website: C A L I F - Communities Actively Living Independent and Free
Calif's goal is to create communities of people with disabilities who are leaders with a lot of caring and integrity, who are servants and hard workers; who are excellent team members who appreciate the Disability story; who know their civil rights and who are creative and resourceful about everything; who know their communities like the palm of their hand and who would not take “no” for an answer.
Community Integration Services Inc.
10100 Balboa Blvd.
Granada Hills, CA 91344
Website: Community Integration Services Inc.
CIS will facilitate greater social acceptance of people with disabilities; social and work opportunities for people with more challenging disabilities; prevention of premature institutionalization of all people; easy access to a variety of conveniently located programs, lifelong learning opportunities and services in pleasant, bright, and engaging environments. Participants will be assisted to design their own activities and skills development.
Community Rehabilitation Services
4716 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, Building B, Room 75
CSUN Center on Disabilities
18111 Nordhoff Street, Bayramian Hall Room 110
Website: CSUN Center on Disabilities
The Center on Disabilities is committed to the vision of an inclusive society in which persons of all abilities have the chance to achieve their goals and experience success.
Disability Rights Legal Center
800 South Figueroa Street, Suite 1120
Website: Disability Rights Legal Center
DRLC's goal is to promote the rights of people with disabilities and the public interest in and awareness of those rights by providing legal and related services.
Developmental Disabilities Service Organization Inc.
5051 47th Ave.
Website: Developmental Disabilities Service Organization Inc.
Family Resource Library and Assistive Technology Center of East LA
1000 S. Fremont Ave., Suite 6050, # 35
Website: Family Resource Library and Assitive Technology Center of East LA
This center is committed to empowering individuals with developmental disabilities and their families by providing support, information and training in a way that is family centered and culturally sensitive.
East Los Angeles College Disabled Student and Program Services
Website: East Los Angeles College Disabled Student and Program Services
The DSPS Office provides educational and vocational support services for students with disabilities who are enrolled in credit classes. Services include alternative testing, special parking, note takers, readers, interpreters, tutors, mobility aids and equipment loans.
El Camino College Special Resources Center
16007 Crenshaw Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90506
Website: El Camino College Special Resources Center
The purpose of this program is to assist disabled students to perform on an equal basis with non-disabled students in an integrated campus setting.
Etta Israel Center
12722 Riverside Drive, Suite 105
North Hollywood , CA 91607
Website: Etta Israel Center
Etta Israel Center (EIC) is a non-profit, community based organization committed to raising awareness and sensitivity towards people with special needs. The Etta Israel Center creates programs and services that help children, young adults and families achieve inclusion and integration in the community.
Exceptional Children's Foundation
Website: Exceptional Children's Foundation
Over the years, ECF has developed into a comprehensive education, rehabilitation, social service, and advocacy agency that provides a broad range of innovative services to assist the developmentally disabled a chance to enjoy life at their fullest.
6100 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Website: Fulfillment Fund
The Fulfillment Fund is a college access organization. Our students are 98% minority, and most come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. In overcrowded and under-resourced Los Angeles schools they are often overlooked.
Catholic Big Brothers and Big Sisters
1530 James M. Wood Blvd., 2nd Floor
Phone: 213-251-9800 / 800-463-4066
Website: Catholic Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters matches people like you to youth who want a positive adult influence in their lives. Join us and make a difference in the life of a child by spending a few hours each month with your “Little,” bringing excitement to the ordinary and making the everyday special.
Cal State LA - Office for Students with Disabilities
5151 State University Drive, Room 127
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Website: Cal State LA - Office for Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities promotes student independence and achievement by providing educational and disability-related support services and by ensuring access to academic programs, services and centers through the prescription of accommodations as mandated in the Americans with Disabilities Act. By fostering a supportive campus environment, we encourage students with disabilities to matriculate and graduate from the university.
Glendale Community College Workability
1500 North Verdugo Road
San Rafael Building, 2nd Floor
Glendale, CA 91208
Phone: 818-240-1000 ext. 5529
Website: Glendale Community College Workability
A comprehensive support program that enhances the college's academic program by offering instructional services, academic accommodations, high tech, adapted physical education, lip reading, counseling and career/job development for all individuals qualifying with a disability.
Hearing Loss Network
5663 Balboa Ave. #357
Website: Hearing Loss Network
The Hearing Loss Network assists members of the San Diego hearing loss community to improve their quality of life. If you're a person affected by hearing loss, they can provide a program that you'll find helpful, or refer you to someone who is better able to assist you. Their focus is on people who are hard of hearing or late-deafened and their families, friends, etc., but anyone affected by hearing loss is welcome at Hearing Loss Network.
Hope for Hearing Foundation
806 West Adams Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Website: Hope for Hearing Foundation
John Tracy Clinic (JTC) provides worldwide, parent-centered services to young children (ages 0-5) with a hearing loss offering families hope, guidance and encouragement.
ILC of Southern CA
14407 Gilmore Street, #101
Van Nuys, CA 91401
Phone: 818-785-6934 / 800-524-5272
Website: ILC of Southern CA
The Independent Living Center of Southern California (ILCSC) is a non-profit, consumer-based, non-residential agency providing a wide range of services to a growing population of people with disabilities. The ILCSC is dedicated to empowering persons with disabilities to exercise independence-professionally, personally and creatively-while striving to educate the community on their needs. The ILCSC serves a geographic area: Burbank, Glendale, the San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, and the Northern Los Angeles County.
Independent Living Center of San Gabriel Pomona Valley
107 Spring Street
Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: 800-491-6722 / 909-621-6722
Website: Independent Living Center of San Gabriel Pomona Valley
The independent living center is dedicated to expanding access to information and resources to help residents with disabilities of the East San Gabriel and West Pomona Valleys to increase their independence and inhance the quality of their lives.
5300 Angeles Vista Boulevard
Since 1953, Junior Blind of America has remained deeply committed to helping children and adults who are blind or visually impaired achieve independence.
LA County Department of Mental Health
Website: LA County Department of Mental Health
In partnering with clients, families and communities to create culturally competent opportunities for Hope, Wellness and Recovery, the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health is committed to serving, improving and making a difference in the lives of Los Angeles County residents diagnosed with mental illness.
Living Independently in Los Angeles
3250 Public Policy Building
Website: Living Independently in Los Angeles
LILA is a consumer-directed and regionally focused online project to benefit people with disabilities living in Los Angeles County. LILA uses a GIS-based (Geographic Information Systems - a map formatting tool), interactive information resource database, created by local residents with disabilities using their personal "expert knowledge" to identify and map local independent living resources.
Pierce College Special Services
6201 Winnetka Ave.
Woodland Hills, CA 91371
Website: Pierce College Special Services
Special Services is the program on campus providing services to students with disabilities. This program has been serving students since 1974.
Axis Dance Company
1428 Alice Street, Suite. 200
Oakland, CA 94612
Website: Axis Dance Company
AXIS Dance Company's mission is to create and perform high quality contemporary dance that is developed through the collaboration of dancers with and without disabilities. AXIS teaches dance and educates about collaboration and disability through community outreach and education programs. AXIS is committed to promoting and supporting physically integrated dance, locally, nationally and internationally.
Region: Los Angeles
Website: USC UCEDD
The University of Southern California's University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles (USC UCEDD at CHLA) is a nationally recognized leader in developing and supporting quality services and systems for individuals with, or at risk for, behavioral, developmental and or special health care needs and their families.
Los Angeles Southwest College Disabled Student Programs and Services
1600 West Imperial Highway
Los Angeles, CA 90047
Website: Los Angeles Southwest College Disabled Student Programs and Services
Los Angeles Southwest College assures accessibility of programs and activities to students with disabilities. The college's mission is to provide support services, which contribute to student success. The Disabled Student Programs and Services have been established to provide supportive services to students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities. The program objective is to assist disabled students in meeting their educational and vocational goals.
Los Angeles Valley College Services for Students with Disabilities
5800 Fulton Avenue
Valley Glen, CA 91401
Website: Los Angeles Valley College Services for Students with Disabilities
The SSD program provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities so that they can participate as fully and benefit as equitably from the college experience as their non-disabled peers.
Marine Adult Therapeutic Center
426 East 99th Street
Inglewood, CA 90301
Fax: 310-674-6432 / 310-330-9033
Website: Marine Adult Theraputic Center
MATC goal is to focus on increasing each participants independence by offering greater opportunities for choices to learn while doing. Our goal is to motivate and instill in its' participants that this is the program where abilities count, work can be therapeutic ...especially when you have been given choices.
13326 Hawthorne Blvd
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Phone: 866-738-5567 / 310-978-9540
National Center on Deafness, CSUN
Chisholm Hall, Mail Drop 8267
Website: National Center on Deafness,CSUN
The National Center on Deafness (NCOD) has served over 2,500 students who are deaf and hard of hearing over the past 44 years. NCOD provides communication access, leadership opportunities, scholarships, academic advisement, tutoring, and direct communication classes for approximately 200 students who are deaf and hard of hearing each year.
National MS Society
2440 South Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 115
Website: National MS Society
Since 1947, the Southern California & Nevada Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society has provided information and assistance to people with multiple sclerosis and their loved ones. We reach out to more than 133,000 people touched by MS in our local communities.
New Directions Inc.
11303 Wilshire Blvd., VA Bldg. 116
Los Angeles, CA 90073
Website: New Directions Inc.
New Directions provides a wide variety of services for homeless veterans, including job training and placement, parenting and money management classes, legal and financial assistance, counseling, remedial education and resources for alumni. Residents leave New Directions with a job, housing, a savings account, computer skills, renewed self confidence and the support of mentors and peers.
North Los Angeles Regional Center
15400 Sherman Way, Suite 170
Website: North Los Angeles Regional Center
North Los Angeles County Regional Center will be the community recognized leader in providing comprehensive information, advocating in cooperation with consumers (persons with developmental disabilities), promoting quality services, and supporting full participation of consumers in all aspects of community life.
17400 Victory Blvd
Website: One Generation
The mission of One Generation is to enrich the lives of seniors, children, and their families throughout our diverse community.
Options for life
Oak Green Lodge, Oak Green Way
Oldbury, West Midlands B68 8LR
Website: Options for life
Options for Life is a registered charity providing a variety of day activities and support services for people with learning disabilities who live in and around Sandwell and the West Midlands. Options for Life aims to ensure that all of our service users have access to a wide range of day activities and support in a safe and enjoyable environment.
Institute for Community Inclusion
100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, Massachusetts 02125
Website: Institute for Community Inclusion
The Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) has worked to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunity to dream big, and make their dreams a fully included, integrated, and welcomed reality. As a leader not only in Massachusetts, but also nationally and internationally, ICI strives to create a world where all people with disabilities are welcome and fully included in valued roles wherever they go, whether a school, workplace, volunteer group, home, or any other part of the community.
Pasadena City College Disabled Student Programs and Services
1570 E. Colorado Blvd.
Website: Pasadena City College Disabled Student Programs and Services
The Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S) is designed to enable eligible students with a verified disability to participate fully in all of Pasadena City College's academic and vocational programs. Those with learning, physical, developmental, visual, hearing, speech/language, other health impairments, and /or psychological disabilities may inquire about services by contacting the DSP&S office. In addition, the staff serves as a resource/liaison on campus as well as with many community agencies.
Pathway at UCLA Extension
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Suite 413
Website: Pathway at UCLA Extension
Pathway is a two-year certificate program from UCLA Extension that offers a rewarding college experience to students with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. The structured curriculum is designed by experts from UCLA, promotes growth in academics, life skills, career exploration, and the transition to independent living.
Peer Mentor Lifestyle Coach Agency
5901 Green Valley Circle, Suite 320
Phone: 310-258-4104 / 310-258-4030
Website: Peer Mentor Lifestyle Coach Agency
The Peer Mentor Lifestyle Coach Agency (PMLCA) facilitates positive change which will in turn increases the independence of persons with disabilities.
People First of the South Bay and San Pedro
3555 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90503
Website: People First of the South Bay and San Pedro
Self-advocacy group for people with disabilities, driven by these individuals.
People First of California
Website: People First of California
People First of California envisions all people with disabilities will have the opportunity to gain empowerment through UNITY and respect for each other.
6055 East Washington Blvd, Suite 900
Project Return Peer Support Network (PRPSN) promotes wellness, personal growth and self-determination for people who have experienced mental illness by providing social opportunities, education, and community involvement. We believe in diversity, acceptance, advocacy and empowerment while encouraging people to transform their lives.
Santa Monica College Disability Resources
1900 Pico Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Website: Santa Monica College Disability Resources
Santa Monica College makes every effort to make its campus fully accessible to students with disabilities. The College's Center for Students with Disabilities offers guidance and counseling on admissions requirements and procedures, as well as a number of special programs to help students with their academic, vocational, and career planning goals.
Hearing Loss Association of Los Angeles
530 S. Lake Ave #321
Pasadena, CA 91101
Website: Hearing Loss Association of Los Angeles
Hearing Loss Association of America is the nation's largest organization for people with hearing loss. HLA-Los Angeles is one of more than 200 chapters nationwide and our mission is to open the world of communication through information, education, advocacy and support.
Social and Vocational Services
4201 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 309
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Website: Social and Vocational Services
SVS provides people with development disabilities the training and support necessary to live and work in the community of their choice. Because of the individualized nature of its services, SVS can meet the needs of clients with a broad range of disabilities and service needs.
Southeast Center for Independent Living (SECIL)
66 Troy Street, Suite #3
Fall River, MA 02720
Website: Southeast Center for Independent Living (SECIL)
The Philosophy of Independent Living, maintains that individuals with disabilities have the right to choose services and make decisions for themselves. This belief is the foundation and guiding principle of all of SCIL's policies and operations. SCIL provides training, information and support to help consumers achieve individual goals, experience personal growth and participate fully in community life.
Tarjan Center at UCLA
11075 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Website: Tarjan Center at UCLA
Tarjan Center is a bridge connecting the knowledge, expertise and resources of the university to persons with disabilities and the service delivery systems of the community. Our mission is to provide leadership in education, research and innovative practices to support the quality of life and inclusion of all people with disabilities and their families. We do this through University Education, Community Education Technical Assistance and Program Evaluation, Research and Demonstration of Exemplary Programs,Information Dissemination.
800 W 6th Street, Suite 1505
Website: U.S. Vets
U.S. VETS provides housing in conjunction with clinical counseling and employment assistance. Additionally, coordinating services with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and other partners brings in resources that foster the skills necessary for every veteran to return to the community, remain self-sufficient, and break the cycle of homelessness.
UCLA Committee on Disability
2131 Murphy Hall
Website: UCLA Committee on Disability
UCOD is comprised of students, faculty, staff, alumni, members of the UCLA Community, and ex-officio members. The Committee’s charge is to analyze and identify problems, propose solutions, and make recommendations on matters of particular concern to persons with disabilities.
UCLA Office for Students with Disabilities
Website: UCLA Office for Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides a wide array of academic support services to regularly enrolled students with documented permanent or temporary disabilities in compliance with federal and state laws and University policies.
10522 Katella Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92804
Website: Westview Services
Westview Services Offers a full range of programs to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and their services are sensitive to the cultural needs of various ethnic communities. Through Westview Services, Inc., people with disabilities meet the challenges of daily life, gain the tools to be contributing members of the workforce, and ultimately lead more fulfilling lives.
Sunwest Garden Home
4534 West 161st St
Lawndale, CA 90260
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Jane & Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior
760 Westwood Plaza
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