Programs and Services
Our invaluable programs and services provide a unique support system
to those in dire need of intellectual and developmental disabilities care.
The Achievable Health Center
Our Federally Qualified Health Center provides high quality, coordinated and comprehensive health care services to patients of all ages. Our dedicated health center providers are specialized in caring for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other medically vulnerable individuals—whether it’s in a personal- or patient-centered manner.
Camp is Achievable!
Summer camp is a fun and exciting way for kids of all ages and abilities
to stay social, active and continue learning all summer long.
Camp also provides much-needed rest for deserving parents and caregivers, while their children enjoy new experiences and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Each summer through Camp is Achievable! more than 50 children get the opportunity to attend specialized summer camps in Southern California. These camps promote healthy learning, improve socialization and communication skills, providing enriching life experiences to every child.
2017 Summer Camp
The summer 2017 scholarship application is now open. If you have any questions you can either call us at (424) 266-7480 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 Summer Camp
Congratulations to all of our 2016 summer camp scholarship awardees!
We hope you enjoyed a rewarding and unforgettable camp experience.
We encourage you to share you experience and camp photos with us.
- Click here to open a form below and submit your story or email us at email@example.com with My Camp Story in the subject line.
Emergency Support Program
Financial emergencies are a fact of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Due to the limited resources available to them, these people suffer from the inability to obtain even the most basic necessities.
Through our program, those in need are equipped with basic necessities and invaluable resources, such as rent, food, clothing, medications, emergency health and dental care, and respite services when they are experiencing unexpected financial stress.
If you or a family member are a Regional Center client and are in need of assistance from our Emergency Support Program, contact your Westside Regional Center service coordinator for more information, or contact us at (424) 266-7474.
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