Our staff is available, upon our consumers’ requests, to help empower persons with disabilities to obtain their personal, administrative and civil rights.

Peer Advising

We provide peer advisors who serve as role models and offer support in coping with day-to-day issues/problems and in social/personal behavior enhancement.

Information and Referral

Our information and referral service helps community members become aware of benefits, programs and services available for people with disabilities.

Assistive Technology

We provide our consumers with information about technology that can assist them in their daily lives. Assistive technology devices include everything from Velcro strips and mechanical grabbers to voice recognition software and vehicle hand controls.

Durable Medical Equipment Re-Use

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Re-Use means more people having access to the medical equipment they need.   Equipment is recycled by donations and places it in the hands of people who need it.

Senior Vision Program

Senior Vision Program is for those 55 years or older who are experiencing vision problems. Staff may provide you with services to maintain enjoyment and enhance your daily activities.


Housing has information, and strategies for people with disabilities to live as independently as possible.  Housing Rental Listings are available on a weekly basis.

Provider Referral

We may recruit and refer providers for our consumers. Care providers assist with personal care, housekeeping, meal preparation, transportation or other needs.

Independent Living Skills Training

We provide individualized instruction on vital skills needed for self-reliance, such as money and household management, meal preparation and nutrition, and community service referrals.

Community Garden

The “Community Garden” is fun!  We are looking for people who…

* like being with fun and friendly people

* want to learn agricultural business skills

* like to be outdoors

* like to learn useful gardening skills

The Garden: TBA

If you are interested in being a part of the “Community Garden” contact the Chico Center.