Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) – Whittier District Office

The Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) is a private, non-profit organization under contract to the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) which coordinates and provides community based services to people with developmental disabilities in California. ELARC is one of 21 Regional Centers in the state and one of seven Regional Centers in Los Angeles County. The ELARC service area is comprised of communities located in the eastern and northeastern portions of Los Angeles County.  In total, ELARC serves over 10,000 individuals and has over 250 employees at two sites in Eastern Los Angeles County.

Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) – Main Office

The Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) is a private, non-profit organization under contract to the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) which coordinates and provides community based services to people with developmental disabilities in California. ELARC is one of 21 Regional Centers in the state and one of seven Regional Centers in Los Angeles County. The ELARC service area is comprised of communities located in the eastern and northeastern portions of Los Angeles County.  In total, ELARC serves over 10,000 individuals and has over 250 employees at two sites in Eastern Los Angeles County.

Disability Rights Legal Center

Loving Your Disabled Children

Marlton School (Hearing Impaired)

Lanterman High School

Jeffery Foundation

Ability First Rehabilitation Workshop

The Village Health Foundation

Carl Bean House

AIDS Programs, Testing

Abilityfirst Housing – Ivy Glen Apartments

The AbilityFirst accessible housing program includes apartment complexes, a “”family-style”” adult residential facility, and a residential home for seniors, at various sites around Los Angeles County.

Greater Los Angeles Agency On Deafness, Inc

The agency provides advocacy, disaster services, HIV/AIDS services, health services, and information and referral for people who are deaf or hard of hearing and live in Los Angeles County and surrounding counties.

Learning Ally – Los Angeles Studio

The agency provides services for people with disabilities that preclude them from reading standard print effectively and volunteer opportunities to individuals living in Los Angeles County.

United States Railroad Retirement Board

The board administers benefit programs for active railroad employees, retired railroad workers, their spouses and survivors.

California State Department Of Rehabilitation – Culver City Branch

The department provides services for people with disabilities.

Long Beach Family Resource Center

The Resource Center provides family support services for parents of children, from birth to 3, who have developmental delays or developmental disabilities and also children ages 4 to 17.

Glendale Association For The Retarded – Alma House

The agency provides services for older adults and services for people with disabilities for people who have mental retardation, and their families, who live, primarily, in the Frank D.

Disabled Resources Center Inc

The center provides services for people with disabilities who live in Artesia, Catalina Island (Avalon), Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, Long Beach and Signal Hill.

Choice Home Care Inc

The agency provides non-medical in-home support services for older adults, adults with disabilities and new mothers in need of short term assistance who live in Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura Counties.

Therapeutic Living Centers For The Blind

The agency provides services for people with disabilities who live in Los Angeles County.

North Los Angeles County Regional Center – Santa Clarita Valley

The center provides services for people of all ages with developmental disabilities and their families who live in the city of Los Angeles within the East Valley, San Fernando and West Valley Health Districts of Los Angeles County.

California State Department Of Rehabilitation – Los Angeles South Bay District

The department provides vocational rehabilitation services for people who have disabilities.

Saint John’s Child And Family Development Center

The agency provides child abuse services, mental health services, and services for people with developmental disabilities who live in Los Angeles County.

Los Angeles County Department Of Public Health – Child Health And Disability Prevention Program

The program provides administrative support of health services for low-income youth in Los Angeles County.

Villa Esperanza Services

The agency provides adult day care for adults 18 years and older and frail and older adults; and services for people with developmental disabilities for children, age five years and older, and for adults.

Easter Seals Southern California – Pasadena

The agency provides services for people with physical and developmental disabilities.

El Camino College – Special Resource Center

The center provides services for people with disabilities who attend El Camino College.

Southeast Family Resource Center

The program provides family support services for parents of children with developmental delays or disabilities, age 0 to 3, living in the southeast area of Los Angeles County.

West Central Family Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services, employment support services, and welfare-to-work support services for adults who live in the Los Angeles area.

Abilityfirst Housing – Maple Park Apartments

The AbilityFirst accessible housing program includes apartment complexes, a “”family-style”” adult residential facility, and a residential home for seniors, at various sites around Los Angeles County.