Housing Resources for Persons with Disabilities
REACH is a local, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life or people with developmental disabilities by offering resources encompassing education, activities, community participation and housing opportunities. REACH has eleven homes in the Tri-Valley serving 38 people with disabilities.
For more information, contact REACH directly.
CRIL (Community Resources for Independent Living)
CRIL is a nonprofit organization that advocates and provides resources for people with disabilities to improve quality of life and make communities fully accessible.
Services provided include housing assistance, personal assistance referral, information referral, benefits advocacy, peer support, independent living skills training, healthy women project and assistive technology.
For more information, contact CRIL directly (925) 371-1531; TTY (925) 371-1532.
PUSD Adult & Career EducationPleasanton Unified School District (PUSD)’s Adult and Career Education offer a Paid Internship Program (PIP) for Regional Center clients. The internship runs from September through May and follows the PUSD school calendar. For more information about their program click here.
East Bay Innovations
East Bay Innovations is a nonprofit agency dedicated to assisting people with developmental disabilities to live in their own homes and to be employed in jobs of their choosing.
Services are provided through three programs: Employment Services, Independent Living Services and Supported Living Services.
For more information, contact East Bay Innovations directly (510) 618-1580.
Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB)
RCEB supports persons with developmental disabilities and their families with the tools needed to achieve lives of quality and satisfaction, and builds partnerships that result in inclusive communities.
Individuals who have a developmental disability, or are at risk of developing one are eligible for services, as well as parents of children at risk.
For more information, contact RCEB directly (510) 383-1200.
Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program
The Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program is a community-based day program for adults with developmental disabilities and special needs in the Tri-Valley, and is operated by Easterseals Bay Area. Kaleidoscope builds independence and self-esteem by providing participants with community connections, life skills training and workforce readiness.
With financial support from the City of Pleasanton, Kaleidoscope plays an important role teaching vital independent living skills to Tri-Valley adults with developmental disabilities and special needs, and in building inclusion within the community at large.
For more information, contact Kaleidoscope directly (925) 248-9922.
Keystone Adult Learning Center
Keystone Adult Learning Center is an activity program for developmentally disabled adults located in Pleasanton.
Keystone provides opportunities for developmentally disabled adults to lead meaningful and active lives within the mainstream of the Tri-Valley community.
The agency is an adult day care facility licensed by the California State Department of Social Services and a vendor agency with the Regional Center of the East Bay.
For more information, contact Keystone directly (925) 484-5330.
The City of Pleasanton’s Housing Rehabilitation Program can provide grants and loans for accessibility improvements in rental units and owner-occupied homes.
Accessibility grants can be used for the construction of railings, installation of grab bars and/or similar modifications.
The construction of ramps and other more expensive modifications can be addressed for homeowners under the Major Owner Rehabilitation Loan Program.