We hope these resources are helpful to you. Please e-mail us if you are unable
to transfer to a site listed here.
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Southside Art Center is not responsible for the content of other Web sites
Client and Community Services:
*DISCLAIMER*Southside Art Center is making this information available, but cannot endorse these vendors like any other vendors.
Creativity Explored — A non-profit visual arts center where artists with developmental
disabilities create, exhibit, and sell art.
The National Institute of Art & Disabilities provides an art
program that promotes creativity, independence, dignity, and community integration
with developmental and other disabilities.
Arts Hawai’i-Pacific — Promotes awareness of the value
of arts in the daily lives of people with disabilities and fosters opportunities
the full inclusion and participation in all the
arts by youth and adults with disabilities, especially the un-served and underserved
in Hawaii and the outer Pacific.
People First of California, Inc. — PFCA serves all people with developmental
challenges throughout California primarily through People First members and
serves as a role model
for people with developmental disabilities in personal empowerment, leadership,
and advocacy. PFCA is also a resource to professionals in the developmental
disabilities service system and an educational resource on subjects useful
and beneficial to people with developmental disabilities for the general community.
DISABILITY ORGANIZATION LINKS:
Alta California Regional Center — ACRC creates and maintains partnerships to
support all persons with developmental disabilities, children at risk, and
in choosing services and
supports through individual lifelong planning to achieve satisfying lifestyles
in their own communities. California Rehabilitation
Association — Members of CRA are organizations and
individuals dedicated to improving the lives of Californians with developmental
The Arc-California — Helping to provide a better tomorrow for those who can't
always help themselves, and advocates for persons with developmental disabilities
and their families.
Supported Life Institute — Offers educational and training opportunities to
assist individuals and organizations in the work of improving the quality of
for people with disabilities.