June 11, 2013 > Ala Costa Centers
Ala Costa Centers
New after-school site serves students with developmental disabilities
Submitted By Ron Halog, Photo courtesy of Ron Halog
Ala Costa Centers, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization has been serving the East Bay since 1972 to empower individuals with developmental disabilities to find, use and express their unique strengths and talents. The charity has multiple locations in Berkeley and Oakland, open to all. Ala Costa's programs include an Adult Transition Program at the Ed Roberts campus in Berkeley for high school students aged 18 to 22 years, a Respite Program for children and an Adult Community Training Program for individuals aged 22 years and older.
A much-needed, new after-school site opened in Alameda on March 1, 2013. The new site currently serves 13 students, aged 5 to 22 years, and is licensed to accept 15 students.
For more information, contact Ron Halog, Ala Costa Centers Executive Director at (510) 527-2550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, visit www.alacostacenter.org.