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Assessment and Family Support

Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a private, non-profit corporation working under contract with the State of California, Department of Developmental Services, to provide services to persons, age three and above, with a developmental disability pursuant to the Lanterman Act.

250 West Main Street, Suite 100, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 666-3391

2241 Harvard Street, Suite 100, Sacramento CA 95815
(916) 978-6400


The Cerebral Palsy Group works tirelessly to develop and create a website that is both informative and easy to use. It is our hope that we can provide any and all help that is needed for the parents of children with Cerebral Palsy.

13506 Summerport Village Parkway
Windermere, FL 34786


DSIA was founded in 2004 by three families seeking greater access to support, information, and services in our community. Since then, we’ve grown as a dedicated non-profit organization serving Sacramento, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, Nevada, Yuba, and Sutter counties.

(916) 658-1686


Since 1993, FEAT families and supporters have worked hard to improved treatment resources and advocacy services; and effect changes in the minds of those who make program decisions for individuals with Autism and their families.

(916) 303-7405


Since 1963, LDA has provided support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals with cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources. These services make LDA the leading resource for information on learning disabilities.

(412) 341-1515


UCP gives adults and children with all types of developmental disabilities the chance to grow, thrive and feel included.  Through our programs and services, we offer individuals hope, confidence and promise.

(916) 565-7700


Warmline provides resources and support to families of children with special needs birth to age 26 in 26 counties of Northern California.  They are staffed by parents who share the common experience of parenting a child with special needs.  There is no charge and no referral is necessary—just call! 

2791 24th Street, Sacramento, CA  95818
(916) 455-9500

Para servicios en Espanol, usted puede llamar al (916) 922-1490


Started by families of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the UC Davis MIND Institute today is an internationally respected research institute examining the course, consequences, and causes of, and treatments for,  ASD, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, Down syndrome and fragile X syndrome, among other conditions. The MIND Institute also offers through its clinical program comprehensive evidence-based assessments and treatments for children, adolescents and adults with neurodevelopmental conditions. An associated Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities provides educational resources, training, and supports for individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders of all ages and their families.

2825 50th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 703-0280


The community’s vision for a modern library system includes both traditional and new directions of service. The community continues to see value in a library that promotes reading as a beneficial activity and provides an environment for self-directed learning. New directions of service envisioned by the community include an emphasis on fostering collaboration among community service providers, connecting people with each other and needed services, and supporting workforce development.

Library Central Services    (530) 666-8005
Arthur F. Turner Community Library in West Sacramento    (916) 375-6465
Clarksburg Branch Library    (916) 744-1755
Esparto Regional Library    (530) 787-3426
Knights Landing Branch Library    (530) 735-6593
Mary L. Stephens - Davis Branch Library    (530) 757-5593
South Davis Montgomery Branch Library    (530) 759-2100 ext 8
Winters Community Library    (530) 795-4955
Yolo Branch Library    (530) 662-2363

Information and benefits for individuals with disabilities.

(800) 772-1213


RISE, Inc. provides services from pre-school experiences through senior citizen recreation and resource programs. Youth programs, employment services, emergency food, clothing, and a variety of resource and referral services are some of the programs that make us a “one stop shop” for social services in rural western Yolo County.

17317 Fremont St, Esparto, CA 95627
(530) 787-4110

201 First Street, Winters CA 95694
(530) 794-6000


First 5 Yolo will assist our community to raise children who are healthy and ready to learn. We will assure that our resources are effectively used and all community voices heard.

403 Court Street, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 669-2475
(530) 669-2477


The First Steps Infant Program provides early intervention services and family support for children from birth to the age of three years in Yolo County. Eligible infants and toddlers may have vision, hearing or orthopedic impairment, or have delays in motor skills, speech or language abilities, social and emotional development or cognitive skills.

Greengate School, 285 W Beamer Street, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 668-3800


Education Code and Legal Resources

California will provide a world-class education for all students, from early childhood to adulthood. The Department of Education serves our state by innovating and collaborating with educators, schools, parents, and community partners. Together, as a team, we prepare students to live, work, and thrive in a multicultural, multilingual, and highly connected world.

(916) 319-0800

(916) 445-4613


ED's mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.

Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities. 


Disability Rights California
Advocate, educate, investigate and litigate to advance and protect the rights of Californians with disabilities.

Sacramento Regional Office 1831 K Street, Sacramento, CA  95811-4114, 
(916) 504-5800 or (800) 776-5746 
(916) 504-5801 – Fax


The mission of Legal Services of Northern California is to provide quality legal services to empower the socio-economically disadvantaged to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty within our community, efficiently utilizing all available resources.  They provide legal guidance and advocacy for educational matters.

619 North Street, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 662-1065
(530) 662-7941 – Fax


Physical and Mental Health

California Children's Services (CCS) is a state program for children with certain diseases or health problems. Through this program, children up to 21 years old can get the health care and services they need. CCS will connect you with doctors and trained health care people who know how to care for your child with special health care needs.

137 North Cottonwood Street, Ste 2300 Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 666-8333


Transforming the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses.
Telephone:
1-866-615-6464 (toll-free)
1-301-443-8431 (TTY)
1-866-415-8051 (TTY toll-free)
Available in English and Spanish
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ETLive Online Chat 

Live Help
Ayuda en Vivo
Available in English and Spanish
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET

Fax
1-301-443-4279

Email: nimhinfo@nih.gov
Available in English and Spanish


NAMI-Yolo is a nonprofit grassroots program of education, advocacy and support dedicated to improving the lives of people with psychiatric brain disorders including clinical depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.

(530) 756-8181


Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Those activities give them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship.

Steve Ramirez, Sports Manager
(916) 375-1930 ext. 206


Flaghouse strives to be the supplier of choice to professionals and consumers seeking resources for physical activity, recreation, education and special needs.

(800) 793-7900


The Woodland Toy Library is just like a book-lending library, except you check out toys instead! As a member, you may check out up to three items for a three-week period. When you return them, you can check out three more.
When you borrow toys from the Woodland Toy Library, you will reduce clutter in your home, save money, and meet other families. It's also a great way for your child to 'test run' a toy before you make a big purchase

$15 membership fee per year for Yolo families

1017 Main Street, Woodland, CA
(530) 379-8606


Provides assessment and treatment for children and young adult mental health needs for those who are Medi-Cal eligible.

137 North Cottonwood Street, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 666-8630  Intake Line
(530) 666-8633 – Fax

600 A Street, Davis, CA 95616
(530) 757-5530  Intake Line
(530) 757-5533 – Fax


Established in 1977, Empower Yolo is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to the intervention, prevention, and elimination of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking and child abuse in Yolo County.

175 Walnut Street
Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 661-6336
(530) 661-3021  Fax


Transition

The Yolo County Transportation District administers YOLOBUS, which operates local and intercity bus service 365 days a year in Yolo County and neighboring areas. YOLOBUS serves Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland, downtown Sacramento, Sacramento International Airport, Cache Creek Casino Resort, Esparto, Madison, Dunnigan and Knights Landing.

(530) 666-2877


YES! provides an array of services for individuals with disabilities.  Some of the services offered are social skills development, work adjustment, work readiness, vocational evaluation, job coaching, job support, job shadowing and community placement.

660 6th Street, Woodland, CA 95695-4162
(530) 662-8616
(530) 662-8959 – Fax


WorkAbility
Work-based learning experience for students with an IEP.

For Davis School District: vrich@djusd.net
For Esparto and Winters School Districts contact Jenny Ramos at (530) 219-0419
For Washington School Distrcit contact Deborah Hodge at (916) 375-7600 ext. 1362
For Woodland School District call (530) 723-8888


Department of Supportive Programs & Services provides educational support services and reasonable accommodations for students with verified disabilities who are enrolled in courses at Woodland Community College.

(530) 661- 5797
(530) 661-5786 – TTY
(530) 661-5788 – Fax
Located in Building 700, Room 764


The DOR administers the largest vocational rehabilitation program in the country, delivering services from over 80 locations throughout California to increase the quality and quantity of employment outcomes for people with a full range of physical and mental disabilities.

1100 Main Street , Suite 340, Woodland, CA 95695-3513
(530) 668-6824
(530) 668-6829 – TTY


CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids)
Partnership with Woodland Community College enables participants to attend community college in order to prepare for employment.

Woodland Community College, 2300 East Gibson Road, Woodland, CA  95776
(530) 668-3681
(530) 661-5768 – Fax