Ask your Regional Center Caseworker for a full list of programs to visit.

ARC of Riverside County
Riverside Resource Center, 5105 Jurupa Avenue, Riverside
(951) 788-0747 /
The Resource Center caters to adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. The individual’s needs are of the highest priority. With a low consumer-to-staff ratio, we ensure proper one-on-one instruction. Training offered includes Self-help skills; Activities of daily living; Vocational skills; Community awareness; and Social interaction skills.

Best Opportunities
120 Cal Avenue, Barstow (760) 256-1030
22450 Headquarters Drive, Apple Valley (760) 628-0111
The purpose of the Adult Development Center is to promote full and productive participation in vocational, community, and social/leisure opportunities. The goal is to increase vocational, community, social, and self-advocacy skills through training and support. The overall ongoing program goal will be to increase each client’s level of self-sufficiency and independence to their fullest potential. Works on Social Skills, Physical Skills, Money Management, Measuring Skills, Survival Skills, Telephone Use, Basic Housekeeping, Basic Writing Skills, Arts and Crafts Skills, Voting, Shopping, Restaurant training, Bowling, Visiting local library and museums, Grocery shopping, Shopping for personal needs, Using public transportation, Community employment training.

40880 County Center Dr # M, Temecula, CA
(951) 719-3377
For adults over the age of 22.

Cole Vocational – California MENTOR
Big Bear Lake, Ontario, Moreno Valley, Riverside, San Bernadino, Temecula, Victorville,
1 (855)-636-8672 /
Cole Vocational Services is a proud partner of California MENTOR. Together, we deliver enriching center-based, community-based, and mobile day programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the state.

1285 N Sante Fe, Hemet
1 (800) 647-3451 /
Offers Work Activity Center & Adult Developmental Center in Perris and Hemet and Supported Employment in Indio and Moreno Valley. The Adult Developmental Center (A.D.C.) provides basic living skills training, which assists clients in reaching their maximum level of independence and access into the community. Curriculum includes self-advocacy, mobility training, money management, functional reading and writing, pre-vocational and daily living skills training

First Street Gallery Art Center – Tierra del Sol
250 West First Street, Suite 120, Claremont
(909) 626-5455 /
A workshop program for adults with developmental disabilities. Must be a Regional Center client. A unique art center founded on the proposition that human potential for creativity and artistic expression is not limited by physical or developmental challenges. In the Center’s studio, artists receive instruction in the production of painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, collage, assemblage, and creative writing. Art work is exhibited in the Center’s gallery and at many national and international sites. Artists receive 60% of proceeds from the sale of their work. In addition to the studio environment where professional artists work to help each individual achieve his or her artistic goal, First Street offers integrated community instruction in Social Skills, Self-Advocacy, Activities of Daily Living, Communication and Independent Living Skills.

First Step – California MENTOR
Corona, Fontana, Perris
1 (855)-636-8672 /
Provides day habilitation and employment services to adults with developmental disabilities in both center-based and community-based programs.

In-Roads Creative Programs, Inc.
Highland, Riverside, Colton, Hesperia
(909)-864-1551 /
Vendored through Inland Regional Center. Provides a variety of services for Regional center consumers including a Day program at the Anderson Square and Ammler Court – a socialization center for adult individuals who live independently and would like to have recreational experiences. In addition offers Community Integration Services – time limited program to assist individuals successfully integrate with their peers in community activities leading to accessing the activities independently; Personal Support Services- services designed to support individuals in meeting their desired goals; and Respite – to give care providers and/or parents an opportunity to take time for themselves.

OPARC – Ontario Pomona ARC
909-985-3116 /
Montclair, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Walnut and San Bernardino.
Offeres two programs: ADC facilities in Montclair, Ontario, and Rancho Cucamonga and Summit Services, a community-based environment, with resource centers in Walnut, Upland and San Bernardino. ADC sites help clients make choices about how and where they live, work, and socialize. Clients’ goals frequently emphasize increased independence and productivity. Some OPARC clients work and volunteer in the community, maintaining landscapes of local businesses, providing janitorial services, and volunteering at animal shelters and area parks. When not working, clients visit banks, shopping malls, and participate in recreational activities of their choice. Speech pathology classes designed to enhance the ability of clients to communicate, and academic instruction, are also available to ADC clients.  Summit Services Program provide specialized support and training to clients with a dual diagnosis of developmental and behavioral challenges. Goals of the program include learning new social skills, reducing behavioral incidents, and developing the capacity to work in and enjoy the local community. Other objectives of the program include improved self-respect and increased ability to interact with others in an effective manner. Speech pathology classes and academic instruction are also available.

People’s Care
Temecula, Victorville
1-(855)-773-6753 /
Provides site-based behavior management Day Programs and Community-Based Behavior Management Day Programs for individuals who have severe behavioral challenges that impede their ability to function successfully within a home or community environment. Behavior analysts are expertly trained professionals who have innovative ways of targeting behavior patterns to help individuals reduce challenging behaviors and develop their own self-management skills. Develops an individualized treatment plan that: Identifies challenging behaviors and the function for each behavior, Reduces challenging behaviors and increases socially significant behaviors, Empowers individuals to advocate for themselves, Documents each individual’s progress every step of the way, Adjusts as the individual develops new, more positive skills, Involves the person’s circle of support to promote continuity of care. People’s Care Community-Based Day Programs go one step further by: Helping individuals become more independent by gradually introducing a less restrictive environment; Giving individuals opportunities to develop socially significant behaviors within community environments.

(951) 343-2356 /
Provides Behavior modification program Site Based Program (ADC) and Community Based Day Programs as well as Supported Employment (group and individual). ADC;s have meaningful activities, and volunteer sites to help with employment readiness skills. They began as an adult center for people with disabilities, and have grown into one of the largest not for profit organizations of its kind. More than 500 employees serve about 2000 clients in 30 programs, each driven by our mission of enriching the daily lives of people through services designed to realize their potential. To meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and our services are sensitive to the cultural needs of various ethnic communities.