About INALLIANCE, Inc.
Building A More Livable Workable World
Since 1952 INALLIANCE Inc. has served thousands of families living with developmental disabilities. We will continue to promote our mission of building a more livable workable world.
INALLIANCE Celebrates 65 Years of Service to the Community in 2017
INALLIANCE is a nonprofit organization that 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. We are committed to providing services that contribute to the independence of adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injury.
Since 1952 INALLIANCE has served thousands of families living with developmental disabilities. We will continue to promote our mission of building a more livable workable world. Services focus on job placement, employment training and the facilitation of supports necessary for integrated employment and community living.
In addition, INALLIANCE provides supported living services to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in a home of their own, to make his or her own everyday choices, an individual has family, friends and neighbors who support him or her in regular ways or as paid help, and individual fully participates in the mainstream of community life, and an individual has a service plan which is developed through a person-centered planning process.
INALLIANCE’S independent living program’s purpose is to provide the supports necessary for a consumer to maintain a self-sustaining, independent living situation in the community. We provide instruction and support to adults on critical skills that they require in order to live in an independent living arrangement safely and happily in the community.
2019 Board of Directors:
|2008||Steve Van Den Broeke||Parent|
|2008||Carl London||Public Affairs Advocate and Parent|
|2012||Chris Rice||Association Executive, California Disability Services Association|
|2013||Ted Morley||Principal Consultant, Senate Republican Office of Policy and Proud Parent|
|2018||Donna Bettencourt||Program Director Emeritus|