Census 2020

Why and How to Participate

Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau takes a new count and your participation matters! Your information is PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL and cannot be used against you in any way. 


Santa Day 2019

Santa Day 2019 was an absolute success! Every year, we host Santa Day as an opportunity for our clients to take a photo with Santa in a low sensory environment. We were even featured in KCRA channel 3 news! 


Parents and Caregivers for Wellness Survey

Parents and Caregivers for Wellness is a group of Parent/Caregiver run organizations from across California who are working together to improve behavioral health services and supports to children and their families. 

Families are the best resource they have to identify the strengths and needs of California’s families. To help them understand what behavioral health services and supports are needed in California, they are asking that you fill out the following survey.  The information you provide will help them develop training and advocacy activities.  


Youth Leadership Forum (YLF)

For Students with Disabilities

July 12 – 17, 2020*

Develop your leadership skills, and learn how to reach your academic, career, and independence goals.

Live on the California State University, Sacramento Campus for a week! And make new lifetime friends!

Talk with policy makers and educate them on ways they can improve the lives of young people with disabilities. 

Application information available.

For additional information and how to complete the application, please email or call: 855-894-3436.**


Service Navigator

Learn how the Service Navigator program can assist you!

Join us at the Sierra Conference Room at 2241 Harvard St., Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95815 on November 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.

The Service Navigator Program is a collaboration with Warmline Family Resource Center to assist families with clients transitioning from school t adult services. 


NCI Child Family Surveys

This announcement is intended for Families with Children ages 3 to 18, living at home, and receiving Regional Center services.

You may have recently received a Child Family Survey from the State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) regarding services you receive from Alta California Regional Center.  At this time, we would like to remind you to please complete and return the surveys at your earliest convenience.  We would love to hear from you!  If you have already returned your completed survey, we thank you for your participation.  If you have not yet received a survey, you may request one by contacting SCDD directly at (714) 558-4421, or by emailing



A Soccer Program Designed for Special Needs Children

TOPSoccer is a program that provides special needs kids ages 4-21 the opportunity to play a modified version of soccer. Children get to play soccer with their peers and “Buddies” (volunteers). The program emphasizes development and participation over competition. TOPSoccer is a program of SYSL (Sacramento Youth Soccer League), and enables young athletes with special needs to develop their physical fitness, technical skills, courage and self-esteem, through the joy and excitement of playing soccer. One-on-one assistance is available to children that need it.


Clients at Work

ACRC continues to support clients who are working or desire to work.  We recently learned about a video of four ACRC clients who work at SMUD (Sacramento Municipal Utility District).