Betty Clooney Center for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury
4439 1/2 E. Village Road
Long Beach, CA 90808
Phone: (562) 938-9005
The Betty Clooney Center (BCC) has been serving the needs of persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The center addresses the needs of survivors with cognitive disabilities, caused by traumatic brain injury, strokes, aneurisms, brain tumors, brain cancer, and brain damage from trauma. The BCC offers TBI case management, vocational rehabilitation, information and referral, supported living, and TBI support groups.
Disabled Resources Center, Inc.
2750 East Spring Street, Suite 100
Long Beach, CA 90806
Phone: (562) 427-1000
Disabled Resources Center, Inc. (DRC) aims to empower people with disabilities to live independently in the community and to make their own decisions about their lives. The DRC provides assistive technology, benefits advocacy, employment services, group orientations, housing funding, independent living, personal assistance and workshops.
Independent Living Center of Southern California (Lancaster Branch)
1505 West Avenue J, Suite 102
Lancaster, CA 93534
Phone: (661) 942-9726
The Independent Living Center of Southern California (ILCSC) is dedicated to providing the services that will offer the opportunity to seek an individual course towards independence – while educating the community. ILCSC services include Emergency Services, Housing Assistance, Advocacy, Information & Referral, Peer Support, Assistive Technology, Benefits Assistance, Vocational Training, Independent Living Skills, Job Placement/Coaching, Transition, Transportation, and Horticulture classes. Call for the ILCSC location in Van Nuys.
Westside Center for Independent Living
12901 Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Phone: (310) 390-3611
The Westside Center for Independent Living (WCIL) is dedicated to assisting persons with disabilities and seniors to achieve and maintain independent lives. This is accomplished with support services and training programs provided by their peers. Independent Living promotes self-determination, community living, full participation in community life and access to the same opportunities and resources available to people without disabilities. WCIL’s consumers are a diverse group of people of all ages and from all ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. They work together with persons living with any type of disability, including but not limited to: developmental, hearing, learning, mobility, physical, psychiatric, substance abuse, traumatic brain injury and visual disabilities.