InAlliance

Reviewed by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

$7,909 raised by 39 donors

In 1952, a group of parents seeking to enrich the lives of their children with developmental disabilities founded a day program. By 1980, a sheltered workshop was established that offered sub-minimum wage and piece rate, in-house jobs. Within two years the need for employment placements grew from 70 individuals to 200 and counting. The leadership asked participants how InAlliance could better serve their needs and the response was overwhelming; they wanted to be supported in community-based jobs. By 1984, over 200 participants were transitioned to integrated employment opportunities. InAlliance has continued to grow its programs and service area based on the needs and desires of its participants and families. We have offices in Sacramento, Placerville, and Wheatland, offering supported living, supported employment, and community training services to adults with disabilities.

Mission

InAlliance supports the belief 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.

InAlliance is committed to providing services that contribute to the independence of adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injury. Services focus on job placement, employment training, and the facilitation of supports necessary for integrated employment and community living.

Needs

Technology: InAlliance would like to continue to grow our use of technology to support individuals with accessing resources and create greater efficiencies where possible.

Board Members: A major focus of the Board Development Committee at InAlliance is to recruit new Board members. We are looking for candidates with experience in Public Relations, Community Outreach, Estate Planning, or Human Resources Law. We are especially interested in those that are members of services organizations (such as Rotary, Soroptimist, Active 20-30 Club, Metro Edge, etc.).

Community Partners: InAlliance is always looking to build more community partners. Curious employers and community organizations, please don't hesitate to ask how you can get involved! Contact us at info@inallianceinc.com.

General Funding: As a reputable non-profit, the majority of our revenue goes directly to service supports, in the form of direct support staff wages, but with the minimum wage increases and inflation hitting our budget hard- funding for other areas will be pinched for years to come. We are continuously in need of improvements to our properties, transportation alternatives for staff and participants, ongoing staff development, and adaptive supports for successful outcomes!

Organization Data

Summary

Organization name

InAlliance

other names

IA

Year Established

1952

Tax id (EIN)

94-1677011

Mission Category

Human Services

Operating Budget

$5,000,001-$10 million

Organization Need

Technology, Board Members, Other, Funding: Unrestricted

Demographics Served

Individuals with disabilities

Local Counties Served

Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, Yolo

Address

6950 21st Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95820

Service areas

Placerville, CA, US, 95667

Sacramento, CA, US

Wheatland, CA, US, 95692

Phone

916-381-1300

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