Alta California Regional Center

Alta California Regional Center is a non-profit organization, and we are funded by the state of California and governed by DDS (Department of Developmental Services). We provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities, and some of the qualifying diagnoses include autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, and even traumatic brain injury (TBI) as long as it occurred prior to the age of 18. The regional center serves as a middle man between our clients and the services. Our employees don't provide direct services, meaning they aren't with clients on a day-to-day basis, but rather help them navigate and obtain the services that are available to them in the community.

Alta's mission is to create partnerships to support all eligible individuals with developmental disabilities, children at risk, and their families in choosing services and supports through individual lifelong planning as a means to achieve healthy and productive lives in their own communities.

Alta's vision is to create a community where individuals with developmental disabilities are valued members who are treated with dignity and respect.

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Alta California Regional Center Sacramento, CA, USA Hybrid Schedule
THE ORGANIZATION Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a non-profit agency under contract to the State of California and for 50 years has provided the coordination of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. ACRC employs approximately 500 persons working out of eight offices in a ten-county area. ACRC is one of 21 Regional Centers in California. THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking an Adult Service Coordinator to provide case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position is currently located in the Sacramento office, and may have cases anywhere in the greater Sacramento area. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies;...

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Alta California Regional Center Sacramento, CA, USA Hybrid Schedule
THE ORGANIZATION Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a non-profit agency under contract to the State of California and for 50 years has provided the coordination of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. ACRC employs approximately 500 persons working out of eight offices in a ten-county area. ACRC is one of 21 Regional Centers in California. THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking an Intake Specialist currently assigned to the Sacramento office. The purpose of the position is to assess applicants for eligibility for ACRC services in alignment with ACRC-defined ethical, clinical, practical, and professional standards. This position guides applicants and their families through the Intake process within particular time-lines: completes Social Assessment, makes recommendation to the Eligibility Review Team, maintains all relevant records, communicates decision to applicant/their family, and transitions applicant to resources in the community...

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Alta California Regional Center Woodland, CA, USA Hybrid Schedule
THE ORGANIZATION Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a non-profit agency under contract to the State of California and for 50 years has provided the coordination of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. ACRC employs approximately 500 persons working out of eight offices in a ten-county area. ACRC is one of 21 Regional Centers in California. THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking an Adult Service Coordinator to provide case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position is currently located in the Woodland office. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications,...

Full time
 
Alta California Regional Center Woodland, CA, USA Hybrid Schedule
THE ORGANIZATION Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a non-profit agency under contract to the State of California and for 50 years has provided the coordination of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. ACRC employs approximately 500 persons working out of eight offices in a ten-county area. ACRC is one of 21 Regional Centers in California. THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking an Children's Service Coordinator to provide case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position is currently located in the Woodland office. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications,...

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Alta California Regional Center Roseville, CA, USA Hybrid Schedule
THE ORGANIZATION Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a non-profit agency under contract to the State of California and for 50 years has provided the coordination of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. ACRC employs approximately 500 persons working out of eight offices in a ten-county area. ACRC is one of 21 Regional Centers in California. THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Service Coordinator to provide case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position is currently located in the Roseville office, and may have cases anywhere in the greater Grass Valley area. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting...