United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay believes that individuals with even the most challenging disabilities have the right to integrated employment with competitive wages and career opportunities. We promote full inclusion in community life by providing resource and referral, advocacy, and community integration services.
UCP of the North Bay provides employment opportunities for adults with disabilities in Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties.
Gone For Good is a social enterprise of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay, employing adults with disabilities, adults with barriers to employment and adults who support workers with disabilities. Gone For Good’s mission is to operate recycling programs, scanning services, and e-waste recycling, while employing people with disabilities. We operate both on-site, in our warehouse or off-site at your location, depending on your need.
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WineBev Services is a social enterprise of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay, an employment program for adults with disabilities, adults with barriers to employment and adults who support workers with disabilities. Located in scenic Napa Valley, our employees repackage wine for Beringer, Sutter Home, Meritdian and other wineries. We operate both on-site, without our warehouse or off-site at your location, depending on your need. Services include in-house packing support, shrink wrap services, kitting and gift packing, and storage services.
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Old Adobe Developmental Services (OADS) joined UCP of the North Bay, a provider of employment, education, and recreation services to people with disabilities, in 2013. With this partnership, there are even more opportunities for people with disabilities in Sonoma County.
OADS offers a variety of employment and recreation opportunities to support people with disabilities in pursuing their dreams. OADS also offers behavior support and transportation services.
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Established in 1974, the Petaluma Recycle Center (PRC) serves as an employment and job training site for OADS employees with disabilities and serves as the primary recycling facility for Petaluma and the south Sonoma County area. The Recycle Center takes all recyclables with CRV, (CA redemption value) along with several other recyclable materials.
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Opened March 1, 2016, Senior Services offers our mature adult with disabilities the opportunity to remain engaged in the community through activities to enhance social, cultural, and recreational experiences. Activities include both site based and regional day trips.
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