Provides afterschool art education, internships with professional mentors, youth-led community development, counseling services and leadership training to build job skills for students with mental health challenges.
Works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy for competitive employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.
San Diego: 619-767-2100
Chula Vista: 619-426-8720
Mission Valley: 619-293-3500
Assessment and day program for teens and adults with disabilities who want to be more involved in their community or enter the workforce. Services include independent living skills, hygiene, job readiness training and social skills training.
NFAR’s vocational training programs are designed to advance work skills for young Autistic adults. Whether it’s to explore interests or to gain technical expertise and certifications, these comprehensive programs combine hard and soft skills training so that participants can feel more confident and successful when taking that next step.
Provides adults with disabilities who are ready, willing and able to work, the opportunity to find employment and independence through job placement and training under the supervision of PWI job coaches.
Four vocational options with skills training, coaching and transportation supports. Includes individual employment with 1:1 job coaching, employment in a group setting or in small crew service jobs within the community, and direct placement.
Employment options for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities including integrated work, supported employment and tailored day services. Helps clients find employment and integrate into the community.
Partnership between the SDCCD and the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). Program provides career counseling services to students with disabilities with the goal of obtaining and retaining employment.
San Diego, 92108