Resources

Information and links to local services...

 

The ARC of California

 

We Care A Lot Foundation

The We Care A Lot Foundation believes people with developmental disabilities have important hopes and dreams, and that these hopes and dreams need to be supported. We Care provides the support and creates opportunities for people to pursue their hopes and dreams and to contribute to their communities.

 

North Valley Community Foundation

The vision of the Foundation is to mobilize our communities and resources to recognize collective aspirations, engage our toughest challenges, and realize our most inspiring opportunities.

 

Little Red Hen Nursery

The Little Red Hen is a non-profit organization with three locations serving children and adults with developmental disabilities. 100% of their sales / donations benefit quality programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities like autism, cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome and other cognitive disabilities.

 

ILS of Northern California

Independent Living Services of Northern California (ILSNC) is a private, non-profit organization. Founded in 1980, we provide support services to help empower people with disabilities.

 

Caminar

Caminar is a nonprofit agency with over 40 years of experience providing community-based support services for people with disabilities. Caminar services are designed to enable adults and older adults with mental health, physical and developmental disabilities to live and work in their community in accordance with their ability and desire.

 

Autism Lifespan

The mission of Autism LifeSpan is to promote lifelong access and opportunities for persons within the autism spectrum and their families, to be fully included participating members of their communities through advocacy, public awareness, education, and research related to autism.

 

Rowell Family Empowerment of Northern California

RFENC is a parent-founded, parent-operated, non-profit organization, founded in 1995. All of our services are free to families of children with special needs, and are supported through grants, contracts, donations, and fundraising activities. A designated California Family Resource Center, serving families of infants and toddlers who have a diagnosed disability or who are at risk of developing a disability due to certain risk factors.

 

Far Northern Regional Center

Far Northern Regional Center is a fixed point of referral for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. FNRC also provides services to infants and toddlers who are showing a delay in their development or who are at substantially high risk for a developmental disability. FNRC coordinates community resources such as education, recreation, health, rehabilitation and welfare for individuals with developmental disabilities.