Special Needs Resources

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Resources for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

The City of Rocklin has prepared a list of various organizations focusing on the needs of Rocklin persons with developmental disabilities. These organizations provide support to individiuals and families who have physical, learning, language, or behavioral impairment. These conditions begin before the age of 18, have an impact on daily life, and generally last throughout a person’s life.

The City of Rocklin has prepared a list of various organizations focusing on the needs of Rocklin persons with developmental disabilities. These organizations provide support to individiuals and families who have physical, learning, language, or behavioral impairment. These conditions begin before the age of 18, have an impact on daily life, and generally last throughout a person’s life.

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The Voice Options Program offers eligible Californians who are unable to speak, or who have difficulty speaking, with a free speech-generating device. The goal of this program is to ensure full and equal telephone communications access for all Californians with disabilities.  For more information, please visit www.dor.ca.gov/Home/VoiceOptions

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Alta California Regional Center

About:
Alta California Regional Center assists individuals with specific developmental disabilities and their families in accessing appropriate services so that every individual can live up to their highest potential.
 

Contact:
2241 Harvard Street, Suite 100
Sacramento CA 95815
(916) 978-6400
https://www.altaregional.org

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California State Council on Development Disabilities

About:
The State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) is established by state and federal law as an independent state agency to ensure that people with developmental disabilities and their families receive the services and supports they need.
 

Contact:
3831 North Freeway Blvd., #125
Sacramento CA 95834
(916) 263-7919
https://scdd.ca.gov

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Additional Resources for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

 

Name About Contact
COUNSELING    
Aurora Counseling Center Offers affordable psychotherapy to adults and your individuals, couples, and families (916) 642-6419
HOUSING    
Roseville Housing Authority Housing Voucher Program/Section 8 Program (916) 774-5270
Placer Housing Authority Housing Voucher Program/Section 8 Program (530) 889-7676
(800) 735-2929
Project GO, Inc. Develops and manages affordable housing apartment communities (916) 782-3443
MENTAL HEALTH    
Uplift Family Services Outpatient Therapy; Behavioral Intervention; Intensive Community Based Services (916) 779-2455
Special Education Local
Plan Area (SELPA)
Provide expertise in autism, assistive technology, speech and language delays (530) 889-8020
OTHER SERVICES    
Center for Visually Impaired 
Adults in Placer County
Supports and educates seniors who are visually impaired and/or blind. (530) 863-7773
Department of Rehabilitation Provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.

(916) 324-1313
(844) 729-2800 (TTY)

Sign Language Instruction American Sign Language (ASL) educational classes Sierra College:
(916) 781-6200 
Roseville Adult School:
(916) 782-3952
Placer Independent
Resource Services (PIRS)
Living skills training, information and referral about resources, peer support (530) 885-6100
(800) 833-3453
PRIDE Industries Creates employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities (916) 788-2100
(800) 550-6005

Developmental Disabilities Resources