WineBev Services, Gone for Good, and OADS develop paid work opportunities in the community and provide job training in the recycling, packaging, and hospitality management industries. Our employees with developmental disabilities work throughout Solano meeting the workforce needs of businesses, municipalities, and government agencies.

Supported Employment Services have expanded to Sonoma, Napa, and Solano developing individual job placements at local businesses employing adults with developmental disabilities. Those employees, working in competitive integrated employment, are earning income and learning new job skills that provide a variety of rewarding and exciting career opportunities.

UCP of the North Bay Administrative Offices 
1425 N. McDowell Blvd, Suite 115
Petaluma, CA 94954
707-766-9990

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.

UCP of the North Bay Development Office &
Old Adobe Developmental Services (OADS)

1301A Rand Street
Petaluma, CA 94954
P: 707-763-9807
www.oadsucpnb.org

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.

Petaluma Recycling Center
315 Second Street
Petaluma, CA 94952
P: 707-763-4761
More PRC info here

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

WineBev Services
500 Technology Way
Napa, CA 94558
P: 707-603-0010
www.winebev.com

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.

Gone for Good

2860 Cordelia Road, #100
Fairfield, CA 94534
P: 707-430-4380
www.goneforgooducpnb.com

UCP of the North Bay, a leader in employment for people with disabilities, offers a variety of supported employment services in Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties. Services are designed to help people with disabilities gain the skills to work independently or semi-independently.

Supported Employment Website           Napa, Sonoma and Solano Counties

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Thank you for visiting UCP of the North Bay’s 2022 #GivingTuesday campaign! Each year, on the first Tuesday following Thanksgiving Day, nonprofit organizations around the world unite to energize their supporters and promote generosity through giving.
CLICK HERE TO DONATE TODAY: ucpnb.harnessgiving.org/campaigns/9139
The generous giving of others is what helps organizations like ours not only survive, but thrive. UCP of the North Bay’s Employment, Education and Recreation programs are designed to provide a “Life Without Limits” for everyone, and we TRULY thank you for your contributions today, tomorrow and in the future!

Now through December 4th YOU CAN DONATE for a “Chance to Win” gifts in our online raffle! Each increment of $25 will earn you a ticket into our “Chance to Win” raffle for great prizes, like gift cards, Airbnb stays, hotels and more! The raffle will take place Monday, December 5th, with prizes delivered thereafter (All prizes have been donated)!
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Thank you for visiting UCP of the North Bay’s 2022 #GivingTuesday campaign! Each year, on the first Tuesday following Thanksgiving Day, nonprofit organizations around the world unite to energize their supporters and promote generosity through giving.
CLICK HERE TO DONATE TODAY: https://ucpnb.harnessgiving.org/campaigns/9139
The generous giving of others is what helps organizations like ours not only survive, but thrive. UCP of the North Bay’s Employment, Education and Recreation programs are designed to provide a “Life Without Limits” for everyone, and we TRULY thank you for your contributions today, tomorrow and in the future!

Now through December 4th YOU CAN DONATE for a “Chance to Win” gifts in our online raffle! Each increment of $25 will earn you a ticket into our “Chance to Win” raffle for great prizes, like gift cards, Airbnb stays, hotels and more! The raffle will take place Monday, December 5th, with prizes delivered thereafter (All prizes have been donated)! 
#give #givingtuesday #ucpnb #ucpofthenorthbay #specialneeds #specialabilities #cerebralpalsy #autism #downsyndrome #charity #lifewithoutlimits

During this season of Thanksgiving, we celebrate YOU! With our deepest gratitude we give thanks for all our family, friends and communities who together share your time, talent, and treasure supporting “Life Without Limits” for our children and adults with disabilities.
In that spirit, we ask that you please look for additional opportunities to help by making a donation to UCP of the North Bay on Giving Tuesday and through our End-of-Year Ask.
See our #GivingTuesday Campaign HERE: ucpnb.harnessgiving.org/campaigns/9139
Thank You!
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During this season of Thanksgiving, we celebrate YOU! With our deepest gratitude we give thanks for all our family, friends and communities who together share your time, talent, and treasure supporting “Life Without Limits” for our children and adults with disabilities.
In that spirit, we ask that you please look for additional opportunities to help by making a donation to UCP of the North Bay on Giving Tuesday and through our End-of-Year Ask.
See our #GivingTuesday Campaign HERE: https://ucpnb.harnessgiving.org/campaigns/9139
Thank You!
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Jen Whalen, Director
Steve Gatlin, Manager
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Administrative Office

1425 N. McDowell Blvd, Suite 115
Petaluma, CA 94954
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