Community Access Center

Examples of People We Assist

Several people with different disabilities are using computers with assistive technology and other assistive technology devices in our computer lab.

A veteran who is a quadriplegic and works in an office benefits from the qualified caregiver that he found through us.

A person with a low income and disabilities receives our list of available housing.

A widow who is elderly and paraplegic meets our advocate at the Social Security Office to get help with filing her claim.

Numerous parents of children with disabilities throughout Riverside County have our advocates assist them with IEPs, assessments, and other issues that arise regarding their children’s education.

One woman with a mental health disability is glad that the peer support group meets at her apartment complex.

A high school teacher who is a wheelchair user applies for assistance with a threshold ramp through our Residential Accessibility Modification Program.

Please take a little time to view of this moving video of just one individual and how he copes with his day to day living with his disabilities…

A Day in the Life of Richard Devylder

Richard Devylder shows how assistive technology and public transportation allow him to live independently as a person with disabilities.

Clip courtesy of the California Department of Rehabilitation and the California Employment Development Department.

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.

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