The Pearl Nelson Child Development Center provides pediatric speech, physical, occupational and vision therapies, as well as early intervention services for children who have, or are at risk of, a developmental disability.
PALS Program is a two-year post secondary program that gives students with I/DD the opportunity to go to college, to learn new skills, explore careers, prepare for employment and ultimately gain more independence.
The Pollak Training Center offers job-skills training through secure document shredding and an art program that provides a creative means for learning.
Pollak Industries provides training and employment opportunities for adults with I/DD. Program participants have opportunities to earn an income and develop marketable job skills through the fabrication of plant sleeves, survey stakes and concrete products; or through one of our sub-contracting partnerships.
Community Based Employment connects program participants with employment throughout the community at locations such as the I-10 Welcome Center, the I-10 weigh stations, and Armstrong World Industries.
Employment Services provides one-on-one job placement and coaching to help people with disabilities find competitive employment with local businesses.
The Senior Adult Program offers a meaningful daily routine to individuals age 50+ with intellectual and developmental disabilities, who may be slowing down and experiencing age related health issues.
South Santa Rosa provides an adult day training program for people with I/DD in South Santa Rosa County. Program Participants learn a variety of daily living skills that are necessary in the home and workplace while encouraging community inclusion.
Residential Services ensure that individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities receive the assistance that they need to live as independently as possible in their home in the community.
Transportation provides transportation to and from an individual’s home and his community based service.
Social Activities provides regularly scheduled recreational activities, such as dances, karaoke, bingo, bowling and more.
The Arc Gateway programs are brought to you by a number of grants and funding sources including: