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UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment

The Center designs and tests experimental research programs, and includes programs such as an Autism Evaluation Program and social skills training programs for those with autism spectrum disorders.


Tierra Del Sol

Tierra del Sol Foundation serves our community by enabling individuals with disabilities to establish meaningful and productive lives and to contribute to the economic, cultural and civic vitality of their communities.


Disabled Resources Center

DRC’s mission is 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.


Westside Regional Center

This regional center serves covers the Santa Monica and Inglewood Health Districts. The centers’ mission is to provide people with disabilities access to community services and information about their disability and rights.


North LA Regional Center

This center serves the Antelope, Santa Clarita, and San Fernando valleys. The centers’ mission is to provide people with disabilities access to community services and information about their disability and rights.


Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center

This center serves Central L.A., Pasadena, Glendale, and other areas. The centers’ mission is to provide people with disabilities access to community services and information about their disability and rights.


Summit View

Summit View School is dedicated to educating young people with learning differences who possess average to superior intellectual capabilities, offering comprehensive elementary, middle, and secondary school programs.


Village Glen

Village Glen School offers a college preparatory curriculum to students with social and communicative differences in both Sherman Oaks and in Culver City, including specialized programs for higher need individuals.



The central resource for Jewish children with special needs and the families who love them



Chaverim is a non-profit, non-sectarian affiliated program of Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, committed to providing activities that enhance the quality of life for adults with developmental and other disabilities.


Jewish Free Loan Association

Interest-free loans, up to $10,000, for families of all faiths, to cover costs related to autistic and special needs care, such as diagnostic expenses, home improvements, medical treatment and more.


Bikur Cholim Jewish Healthcare Foundation

Bikur Cholim is a Jewish health care and social support organization that doors to world-renowned physicians and medical centers, accessing the best diagnosticians, specialists, and medical care available today.


Friendship Circle of Los Angeles

The Friendship Circle’s mission is to provide Jewish children who have special needs with a full range of social recreational and Judaic experiences and to provide respite and support for parents.


Jewish Vocational Service

JVS’ Assessment and Disability services offer comprehensive vocational evaluations to individuals with disabilities, as well as job training, helping them achieve independence and fulfillment.


National Organization on Disability

NOD promotes the full participation of America’s 54 million people with disabilities in all aspects of life; in particular, NOD focuses on increasing employment opportunities for this population.


Chai Lifeline West Coast Sohacheski Family Center

Chai Lifeline West Coast is passionately devoted to alleviating the burden of those facing medical challenge, offering over twenty-five programs and services, all free of charge.


The National Jewish Council for Disabilities

Yachad / NJCD is dedicated to enhancing the life opportunities of individuals with disabilities by providing participatory activities, ensuring their participation in the full spectrum of Jewish life.


UCLA Extension: Pathways Program

Pathway at UCLA Extension is a two-year certificate program for students with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, offering a blend of educational, social, and vocational experiences.


Vista Del Mar

A non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being and care of children and families in Southern California who suffer the emotional, physical, psychological and social consequences of abuse, neglect and abandonment.


Ability First

AbilityFirst provides programs and services to children and adults with disabilities, from employment opportunities to recreational activities, in 24 locations across Southern California.

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