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Programs

Description
The Community Training Program (CTP) serves approximately 280 individuals across eight counties from Sacramento, to Yolo and Placer. Participants are supported 1-to-1 and 1-to-2 in community employment, education, and volunteerism.
Budget
$8,739,175
Program Successes
Accomplishments of 2017-18 included:
117 individuals worked in competitive integrated employment or along-side contracted crews at locations such as Dimple Records, Hope Methodist Church, UC Davis medical Center, and Edward Jones Financial Services; Approximately ninety individuals worked 1-10 hours per week, 27 worked 11-20 hours per week; Employed individuals earned, on average, a wage between $6-12.20 per hour; 159 individuals volunteered at community locations such as Field Haven Horse Rescue, Deseret Industries, Kiwanis Family House, Tiny Tots Preschool, and The Sacramento River Cats, to name a few; INALLIANCE vendored with Valley Mountain Regional Center and now serves Amador county out of the Placerville office; Transition students are increasingly becoming a common referral. This year fourteen individuals were accepted into the CTP program with transitional support from their school to the community; The Placerville office is working diligently to decrease mileage costs and increase mobility training and independence by utilizing the El Dorado Transit system. As a result, mileage costs have already decreased by fifteen percent.

Description
Work and Life Skills (WLS) is a community-based program combining paid vocational training and community access services for individuals needing less support than 1-to-1 but more support attention than Supported Employment can offer. Small work crews experience real-world job training while delivering quality goods and services to Sacramento businesses and their patrons.
Budget
$1,592,000
Program Successes
Accomplishments of 2017-18 included:
WLS Served 73 people; Nineteen successful contracts throughout the Sacramento region providing employment for individuals in our program. Over this past fiscal year, we have developed three new crews; Successfully transitioned seven individuals to Job Development and Competitive Employment Services. These individuals are now working full time in their own jobs with minimal support; With real-world job training under his belt and intrinsic motivation, one individual was hired by UC Davis' Environmental Services Department stating at $21/hour.

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 assisting individuals to learn to perform the tasks of daily living needed for an independent life.
Budget
$375,000
Program Successes
In the 2017-18 fiscal year the Independent Living Service Program served 78 individuals. At year's end, 72 participants were being supported in the community. The majority of people served continues to be in the Sacramento area.
Description
The Supported Living Services (SLS) program is 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.
Budget
$8,760,881
Program Successes
In the 2017-18 fiscal year SLS supported 68 people. The program successfully transitioned a new participant from Sonoma Developmental Center into a home of his own. Despite unusually high staff turnover, improvements to departmental efficiency were made and the quality of service was well maintained.
Description
Community Employment Services (CES) encompasses job placement, job coaching, supported employment job development, assessments, pre-vocational support (career focuses education, resume building, interviews etc.) and paid internships. Within CES, 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.
Budget
$228,000
Program Successes
In 2017-18 CES served approximately 78 individuals, including 8 from the Placerville area; Sixty-two people were supported in Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE), eighteen placed this year alone, earning an average of $13.69/hour; one individual transitioned from a sheltered workshop to a full-time position, three advanced from Work & Life Skills to full-time above minimum wage positions; Seven individuals participate in Paid Internships (PIP and WIOA Internships), building job skills and working towards CIE; Twelve individuals have made volunteer commitments to build their transferable job skills and maximize exposure to real-world employment settings; Five individuals attended community college or state college and received school supports from our team; Two individuals graduated with bachelor's degree from CSU Sacramento.