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The 6th Annual Emergency Expo at SG/PRC on April 29, 2017

A free event that included several different presentations throughout and provided valuable information about being prepared for all hazards.  This event was co-sponsored by San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center, California Housing Foundation and Brilliant Corners.  Thank you to everyone that attended this great event.

 



 

2nd Annual Back to School Readiness Festival

On Saturday, August 20, 2016, the Richard D. Davis Foundation for the Developmentally  Disabled, Inc. held their Back-to-School Readiness Festival.  This 2016 event had some extraordinary partners who donated school supplies, their time, skills, and overall collaboration to make it possible to reach out to many clients of the San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center.

A special thank you goes out to the following for helping make this event a huge success and for the incredible opportunity to continue building partnerships to support SGPRC’s community:

  • Los Angeles County Sheriff Department (Industry Station)
  • Purist Group
  • Premier Healthcare
  • Mr. Cody Walker
  • San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center
 



 

SG/PRC...Celebrating Service!

2016 marked two milestone anniversaries for San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center. 50 years of the Lanterman Act and 30 years for our agency. The power of systems like ours is that it brings positive change, hope, and inspiration. With the right supports, so much more is possible. See the person and their potential, not just the disability! #lantermanact50 #sgprc30 #sgprc

 

   


 

 

WE'RE HERE TO SPEAK FOR JUSTICE -- Founding California Regional Centers (1999)

California's regional centers have been serving individuals with developmental disabilities for over

45 years. This film documents the founding of the regional center system and the major accomplishments of the centers in the decades since.

 

 

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