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Community Access Center's Locations

Riverside Office (Corporate Offices)

Community Access Center
Hours: Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150
Riverside, CA 92506-2858
Voice:  (951) 274-0358  Fax: (951) 274-0833 TTY: (951) 274-0834 

Contact for Services

Executive Director: Paul Van Doren
e-mail: Paul Van Doren (Executive Director)

Programs Director (Advocacy Services):
e-mail: Faustino Alvarez (Programs Director)

Assistive Technology Programs:
email: Leonard Ortega (Assistive Technology Coordinator) or
e-mail: Luke Hsieh (Assistive Technology Advocate)

Senior Low Vision Programs:
e-mail: Monique Mowry

System Advocacy Services:
e-mail: Mario Janesin (Systems Change Advocate)

Human Resources:
e-mail: Mark Alexander (Human Resources Specialist)

Serving the cities of: Banning; Beaumont; Calimesa; Corona; Eastvale; Jurupa Valley; Norco, and Riverside.

Perris / Menifee Office

Community Access Center
Hours: Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 4.:30 p.m.
2055 N Perris Blvd., Suite C1
Perris, CA 92571-2509
Voice: (951) 263-0708

Contact for Services:
e-mail: Marie Rojas (Independent Living Advocate)

 


Serving the cities of: Canyon Lake; Hemet; Lake Elsinore; Menifee; Moreno Valley; Murrieta; Perris; San Jacinto; Temecula; and Wildomar



Community Access Center Never Charges A Fee For Services Provided.

We Advocate for you!

Investigation of discrimination claims and mediation on behalf of people with disabilities in order to resolve conflicts that impede the attainment of needed benefits and services.

 

 

Community Access Center Never Charges A Fee For Services Provided.

We Advocate for you!

Investigation of discrimination claims and mediation on behalf of people with disabilities in order to resolve conflicts that impede the attainment of needed benefits and services.

 


Consumer Rights Notification
Every consumer of the Community Access Center has the right to appeal any decision which denies you service. (NOTE: The appeal must follow certain guidelines and time limitations; ask your service provider for a copy of the procedure).If you desire representation in addressing your concerns/dissatisfaction with the Community Access Center (CAC), you have the right to contact the Client Assistance Program (CAP) for assistance. Contact the CAP at 1 (800) 776-5746, (and for the hearing impaired their TTY 1 (800) 576-9269), and you will be referred to a Client Assistance Program not connected with CAC. This will prevent any potential conflict of interest.