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 A BETTER 

 LIFE 

TOGETHER, INC. 

 B.R.I.D.G.E. 

 PROJECT 

Together we can make a difference

The primary goal of the San Diego Regional Center is to provide support to live as independently as possible. To achieve this goal, service coordinators assist in securing needed services through community agencies, referral, and/or purchase.

 PROJECT 

 B.R.I.D.G.E. 

 A BETTER 

TOGETHER, INC. 

 LIFE 

 

THE ELIGIBILITY PROCESS CAN TAKE

UP TO 120 DAYS

SO GET STARTED AND COMPLETE

AN APPLICATION AND DISCLOSURE FORM TODAY! 

The "B.R.I.D.G.E. Project" is a federally funded project to educate refugee and other minority communities on available services. Our goal is 

BRIDGING

RESOURCES

INTO

DIVERSE

GROUPS

EVERYWHERE

Let us help walk you through the doorway to support services with the San Diego Regional Center. 

We are here to help you through the intake process.

Call us!

619-452-3670

Helping Hands

SAN DIEGO REGIONAL CENTER SERVICES

ADULT DAY PROGRAMS

BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANCE

INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAMS

LICENSED RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT

RESPITE SERVICES

SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT

SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICES

TRANSPORTATION TO WORK/DAY PROGRAM

EARLY START 

PROVIDES INFANT PROGRAMS & SERVICES

(0-3 YEARS OLD)

 
 

 ELIGIBILITY FOR SERVICES 

Severe and chronic disabilities that are attributable to a mental or physical impairment that begins before an individual reaches adulthood.

These disabilities include:

Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Autism, and disabling

conditions closely related to intellectual disability or requiring similar treatment.

 

Any resident of San Diego or Imperial County believed to have a developmental disability may apply for services.

 

The intake procedure will determine eligibility based on social, medical, and psychological information gathered.

 WHAT DOES NOT QUALIFY AN

INDIVIDUAL FOR SERVICES:  

 

Conditions that are solely psychiatric or physical in nature.

 

BridgeProject

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

 

Avonne Pace

apace@abetterlifetogether.org OR        call 858-289-8971

 PROJECT 

 B.R.I.D.G.E. 

 THE

 

IS FUNDED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT

OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES.

 

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