INALLIANCE


INALLIANCE believes that people with developmental disabilities have an absolute right and responsibility to participate fully and equally in society and to maximize their own quality of life.

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Programs

Description
The Community Training Program (CTP) is our largest program, serving participants in Sacramento, the Foothills, and the North Valley regions. CTP services partner a participant with a staff member (one-to-one and one-to-two) to work together to advance the participants' goals based on their interests, preferences and choice. The participants' experience is based in the community (not site based) with the focus on integration and inclusion via pre-vocational opportunities (volunteerism), education pursuits, personal health and wellness activities and other individually tailored opportunities
Budget
$7,111,582
Program Successes
We are able to train and assist 434 individuals to enjoy inclusive and integrated activities of their preference and desire. Also, our participants and staff provide well over 8,900 of volunteer hours, per quarter, throughout the seven counties that INALLIANCE serves. Our participants believe in the power of giving back to their communities. Each month, through a partnership with several Starbucks, participants deliver 2,000 pastries to various community-based organizations. We consider participants' contributing to their communities is an important step towards living a more livable workable life.
Description
Work and Life Skills (WLS) is a community-based program combining paid vocational training and community access services for individuals who do not need one-to-one support. The desired outcome of the program is increased community integration and paid work in small work groups; typically comprised of three program participants and one Job Coach.
Budget
$1,948,581
Program Successes
In the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year, WLS served over 75 participants who worked an average of 20 hours per week, earning $1.99 - $11.54 per hour. INALLIANCE opened the Café, located in the UCD Mind Institute in July of 2016 staffed with WLS paid participants employees (in training), working along-side of the staff job coach. INALLIANCE has over 20 contracts with businesses and organizations throughout the Greater Sacramento Region.
Description
Independent Living Services (ILS) Program provides training for individuals who wish to live on their own, in a home of their own. Systematic teaching, training and support focuses on fostering independence and self-sufficiency while assisting individuals to learn to perform the tasks of daily living needed for an independent life.
Budget
$502,118
Program Successes
In the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year, ILS continued to serve 78 participants by a staff of 10.
Description
Supported living services are designed to enable adults with developmental disabilities to live in homes that they control following the basic principles of supported living: A home of one's own choice, customized supports, self-directed relationships, community inclusion and flexibility. INALLIANCE was the first of two agencies in California to take on the challenge of designing services and supports for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities so that, whatever their challenges, they could live in a home of their own. SLS offers a variety of services that include planning to secure and maintain chosen housing, and managing staffing for support needs. Plans are implemented by the individual, utilizing Person-Centered Planning, in conjunction with an assigned case manager.
Budget
$6,811,603
Program Successes
INALLIANCE's SLS department has successfully supported individuals for as many as 25 years to live in homes of their own. INALLIANCE now serves 73 individuals through SLS. Their disabilities include intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, and other conditions that require similar supports and services.
Description
Community Employment Services include the following: individual job placement, job coaching, supported employment job development, assessments, pre-vocational support (career focuses education, resume building, interviews etc.) and paid internships. All participants are either adults actively seeking employment or currently employed adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. CES participants are employed throughout the Greater Sacramento Region, by a variety of private companies and governmental organizations, including The Sacramento Bee and the State Capitol. Within the SEP program, about one-third of participants participate in Tailored Day Services, which supports individuals with guided opportunities to pursue integrated employment and volunteer activities in their home communities. These self-directed, and individually determined, activities may include, but are not limited to volunteering, employment preparation, education, and advocacy.
Budget
$201,847
Program Successes
This year we have experienced profound achievements; assisting 108 participants find and secure community-based employment.