Southern California County FASD Resources

Special Education Resources in Southern California

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NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Access to Independence of Imperial County400 Mary Avenue
Suite D
Calexico, CA 92231
(760) 768-2044 Voice
(760) 768-4977 Fax
(760) 768-0466 TTY/TDD
Independent living center (ILC), a nonresidential, cross-disability, non-profit that provide services to people with disabilities to help maximize their independence and fully integrate into their communities.Access to Independence News and Events pageinfo@a2isd.org
Imperial County Office of Education
ICOE For Parents
1398 Sperber Rd
El Centro, CA 92243
(760) 312-6464 Voice
(760) 312-6565 Fax
ICOE for Parents contains links to information about special education and related resources in the Imperial Valleyhttp://www.icoe.org/icoe/icoe-me/parentshvessy@icoe.k12.ca.us
Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC)Imperial County Regional Center
512 West Aten Road
Imperial, CA 92251
Family Support: (760)355-0147
Fax: (760)355-0739
Serves families of individuals with special needs by providing information, education, and support. Offices throughout Imperial County.http://www.efrconline.org/efrc@projects.sdsu.edu
Resources for
Imperial County Parents
N/AN/ALists resources for families with children 0 to 5 years old residing in Imperial County.http://www.icprop10.org/parentsLinks.htm N/A
Imperial County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)1398 Sperber Road,
Bldg D
El Centro, CA 92243
Phone: (760) 312-6419
Fax: (760) 312-6522
SELPA is the "umbrella" entity which provides special education
programs and services for all identified children ages birth through 22
years of age. It is comprised by the seventeen districts in Imperial County.
http://www.icoe.org/student/selpakleptich@icoe.org
Imperial County Social Services2995 S. 4th St.
Suite 101 & 103
El Centro, CA 92243
(760) 482-2000 Voice
(760) 482-2037 Fax
Site for human safety and health services for needy children and adultsSocial Services web siteN/A
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
 
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
Parents 4 Kids Support Group811 Roberts Lane
Bakersfield, CA 93308
Evelyn: (661) 565-2960
Dee: (661) 862-0783
Parents raising special needs kids. Meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month for support, from 10:00 am till 12:00 pm. Please join us!N/Apmomofseven@aol.com
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
      
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
      
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
      
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
      
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC)9245 Sky Park Court
Suite #130
San Diego, CA 92123

Main: (800) 281-8252

fax: (858) 268-4275

Serves families of individuals with special needs by providing a information, education, and support. Offices throughout San Diego County.http://www.efrconline.org/efrc@projects.sdsu.edu
Access to Independence of San Diego County8885 Rio San Diego Drive
Suite 131
San Diego CA, 92108
(800) 300-4326 Voice
(619) 293-3508 Fax
(800) 959-9395 TTY/TDD
Independent living center (ILC), a nonresidential, cross-disability, non-profit that provide services to people with disabilities to help maximize their independence and fully integrate into their communities.Access to Independence Programs and Servicesinfo@a2isd.org
San Diego Family Magazine "Flourishing Families" Special Needs GuideN/AN/AAnnual print and online guide of resources for families with a child who has special needsOnline version of annual "Flourishing Families" guideN/A
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
Independent Living Resource Center423 West Victoria St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101-3619

Also offices in:
Santa Maria
Ventura County
San Luis Obispo County

805-650-5993Assists persons with disabilities by offering information and referrals, disability rights and advocacy information, benefits assistance, training in independent living skills, assistive technology, housing assistance, deaf services and communications services.Independent Living Resource Center web siterlopez@ilrc-trico.org
Tri-Counties Regional Center2401 E. Gonzales Rd
Suite 100
Oxnard, CA 93036

1900 E. Los Angeles Ave. Second Floor
Simi Valley, CA 93065

(805) 485-3177 (800) 664-3177
FAX (805) 988-9521

(805) 522-8030 (800) 517-2524
FAX (805) 522-8142

The State of California contracts with Tri-Counties Regional Center to provide support and services for eligible children and adults living in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

Tri-Counties Regional Center web site

The website offers an in-depth list of resource materials on developmental disabilities.

tcrcweb@tri-counties.org
      
      
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: (619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu
      
NameMain AddressMain Phone NumbersServicesWeb SiteEmail

Ventura County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)

Note: The Ventura County SELPA is the second largest SELPA in California,
serving over 16,000 students with disabilities in the 21 districts in
Ventura County, the
Ventura County Office of Education and the Las Virgenes Unified School
District in Los Angeles County.

5100 Adolfo Road
Camarillo, CA 93012
(805) 437-1560 Voice
(805) 437-1599 FAX
The Ventura County SELPA implements the Ventura County Special Education Local Plan, to insure a free appropriate public education to all students with
identified disabilities 
Ventura County SELPA web sitechjohnson@vcoe.org
Ventura County Health Care Agency Behavioral Health Department1911 Williams Drive
Oxnard, CA 93036
(805) 981-6830 Voice
(866) 998-2243 STAR Program
Entry to Ventura County Mental Health Services is facilitated through
the Screening, Triage, Assessment and Referral (STAR) Program.

Behavioral Health web site

Youth and Family Services

N/A
Cypress Court Special Needs Apartments490 E. Pleasant Valley Rd.
Oxnard, CA 93030
Phone: (805) 483-5188
Fax: (805) 483-0882

For information on eligibility to participate contact the VCBH office at (866) 998-2243.

A four unit property with one and two bedroom apartments for individuals with special needs. Apartment homes are leased to individuals referred by the Ventura County Behavioral Health agency .Cypress Court Special Needs ApartmentsN/A
Center for Behavioral Teratology (CBT)
San Diego State University
6330 Alvarado Ct
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 594-1228
FAX: (619) 594-1895
Ongoing research to analyze how prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or medications can affect a child's behavior. Accepting children 6 months-16 years of age from any county. The child does not need to have a preexisting FASD diagnosis, but a child without a diagnosis will be examined by a medical specialist in diagnosing FASD to determine whether the child has FASD. Participants receive a free neuropsychological assessment, with the generation of a report upon completion of the project.N/Acbt@projects.sdsu.edu

A New Start for Moms

Part of Ventura County Health Care Agency, Behavioral Health Department.

1911 Williams Dr.
Suite 140
Oxnard, CA 93036
805. 981.9250Mental health services and referral not only for women, but especially for those who are pregnant or have children. Gives
women a second chance at healing and ensuring the health and safety of their children.
New Start for Moms web siteN/A
NAMI Ventura CountyCamarillo, CA
93011-1613
(805) 641-2426 or Ratan Bhavnani at (805) 732-9667NAMI Ventura County is an affiliate of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Founded in 1981, NAMI Ventura County has become the community's voice on mental illness.www.namiventura.orgnamiventura@gmail.com or ratanbhavnani@yahoo.com
Perfectly Different NetworkP.O. Box 874
Agoura Hills, CA 91376
N/AResource for families with special needs children in the Conejo Valley.Perfectly Different Network web sitepam@perfectlydifferentnetwork.com or robin@perfectlydifferentnetwork.com
Channel Island Social Services5251 Ver­dugo Way
Suite G,
Camar­illo, CA 93012
(805) 384‑0983 Phone
(805) 384‑0986 FAX
In-​home respite care to families with a member who has developmental disabilities, through­out Ven­tura County. Private Pay, Regional Center, and Foster Care Respite ProgramsChannel Island Social Services web siteSend email
Independent Living Resource Center423 West Victoria St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101-3619

Also offices in:
Santa Maria
Ventura County
San Luis Obispo County

805-650-5993Assists persons with disabilities by offering information and referrals, disability rights and advocacy information, benefits assistance, training in independent living skills, assistive technology, housing assistance, deaf services and communications services.Independent Living Resource Center web siterlopez@ilrc-trico.org
Rainbow Connection Family Resource2401 E Gonzales Rd. Suite 100
Oxnard, CA 93036

1900 Los Angeles Avenue
Simi Valley CA 93065

805-485-9643 English
805-485-9892 Spanish
Offers Information on specific disabilities and a resource library that includes books for families and providers, and a children's book section. Training and education on subjects like health care, individualized family service plans and individualized education plans and mini-clinics are available in the Oxnard and Simi Valley locations.Rainbow Connection Family Resource web siterainbow@tri-counties.org
Tri-Counties Regional Center2401 E. Gonzales Rd
Suite 100
Oxnard, CA 93036

1900 E. Los Angeles Ave. Second Floor
Simi Valley, CA 93065

(805) 485-3177 (800) 664-3177
FAX (805) 988-9521

(805) 522-8030 (800) 517-2524
FAX (805) 522-8142

The State of California contracts with Tri-Counties Regional Center to provide support and services for eligible children and adults living in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

Tri-Counties Regional Center web site

The website offers an in-depth list of resource materials on developmental disabilities.

tcrcweb@tri-counties.org
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