Long Beach Disability CommunityResource

Introduction and SummaryDear friends,RespectAbility is a national, nonprofit organization that fights stigmas and advances opportunitiesfor people with disabilities. Our organization is pleased to present this new Long Beach DisabilityCommunity Resource Guide. Thanks to the support from the Long Beach Community Foundationand others, RespectAbility has been actively collaborating with people in Long Beach to identifyresources, organizations and opportunities available to the community.There are more than 46,000 working-age people with disabilities living in Long Beach. Moreover, thereare more than 9,000 students with disabilities enrolled in a local school. Whether you are an individualwith a disability, a parent of a child with a disability, a family member or a community leader, there issomething in this guide for you. From organizations serving youth to workforce development programsto community health providers, this guide can help to connect you to vital resources in the Long Beacharea and beyond. Many of these resources are free. No matter what you need, we hope this guide canpoint you in the right direction.We have done our best to find all the resources available, but we know that some are missing.Thus, if you know of a resource that would be good for a future version of this guide, please contactRespectAbility’s Policy Director Philip Kahn-Pauli at [email protected] the guide!Sincerely,Calvin Harris, ChairJennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, PresidentLauren Appelbaum, Communications DirectorPhilip Kahn-Pauli, Policy DirectorRespectAbility.org2

Table of ContentsYouth Support Organizations. 4Disability Organizations . 6Community Organizations. 8Parent Organizations. 10Family Support Organizations.11Adult Employment Services. 13Workforce Programs.14College Support Organizations.16Student Employment Services.17Online Educational Resources.17Online Disability Employment Resources.17National Disability Organizations. 19Appendix: College Preparation Resources. 25Thank You and AcknowledgementsThis Resource Guide was the direct result of advice from community partners across Long Beachand the hard work of RespectAbility’s team. We want to extend our deepest thanks to each and everyorganization listed in this Guide. You are doing critical work serving people with disabilities and thebroader Long Beach communitty. We hope this Guide empowers your continuing success. Likewise, wewant to credit the team and Fellows from RespectAbility for their time and effort on this guide. In termsof staff, credit goes to Lauren Appelbaum for editing expertise, Stan Goldman, Ph.D., for coachingadvice, Ben Spangenberg for coordination and Hillary Steen for securing the grant to launch thisproject. Likewise, credit goes to the Summer and Fall 2017 Policy Cohorts of RespectAbility’s FellowshipProgram. This document exists thanks to: Sneha Dave, Stephanie Flynt, Amelia Heiden-Ortega, RicardoRendon and Hee Jae Song from our Summer 2017 Cohort as well as Christopher Coleman, AdamFishbein, Julie Lun, Jeannette Marquez-Rocha and Adam Srayi from our Fall 2017 Cohort. Theirfingerprints are all over this document and their work will benefit everyone in Long Beach who reads it.Thank you as well to RespectAbility’s entire board for believing in our work and supporting ourcoast-to-coast work.3

Youth Support OrganizationsBayfront Youth and Services(562) 595-8111bayfrontyfs.org324 E Bixby Rd., Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: Bayfront Youth and Services provides a comprehensivesupport system that promotes safe and nurturing environmentsfor mental health treatment services for children, adolescentsand caregivers.Keywords: Youth, Mental HealthBoy Scouts of America, Long Beach Area Council(562) 427-0911longbeachbsa.org401 E. 37th St., Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: Boy Scouts of America prepares young people to makeethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling inthem the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.Keywords: Youth, MentoringBoys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach(562) 595-5945bgclublb.org3711 Long Beach Blvd., Suite 1017, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: The Clubs provide a safe, welcoming, positiveenvironment where kids and teens have fun and buildsupportive relationships with peers and caring adults.Keywords: Youth, Kids, Teens, Peers, MentoringJunior Blind of America(323) 290-6295juniorblind.org5300 Angeles Vista Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90043Mission: The mission of Junior Blind is to ensure that children,youth and adults facing challenges always have a place to turn.Through two services divisions, Junior Blind serves a broad arrayof children, adults and families throughout California. Throughone division, they serve children, youth and adults with visualimpairments and multiple disabilities. Through the other, theyassist children in the child welfare system, with a particularspecialty in service to medically fragile children and those withphysical, cognitive, mental health and other special needs.Keywords: Children, Youth, Adults, Mentoring, Community,Early Intervention ServicesLBCC Shared Science – STEM Project toIncrease Science Majors(562) Hughes Way Long Beach, CA 90810Mission: LBCC Shared Services provides training to LBCCEquity STEM majors that have had physics, chemistry andengineering course experience become STEM interns to K-12students in an afterschool STEM program developed by theLBCC partner, “Shared Science” a 501(c)3 educationalnon-profit.Keywords: College, High School, Mentoring, STEMLBCC Specialized Summer Bridge Disabled StudentsPrograms and Services(562) East Carson St., Long Beach, CA 90808Mission: This program at Long Beach City College helpstransition high school students with disabilities to college life.Keywords: High School, Transition, College, UniversityLong Beach Unified School District (LBUSD)(562) E. Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803Mission: LBUSD supports the personal and intellectual successof every student, every day. LBUSD, which educates 75,000students across 84 schools, is the L.A. County’s second-largestschool district.Keywords: Students, YouthLong Beach Blast(562) 437-7766lbblast.org820 Long Beach Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90813Mission: The mission of Long Beach Blast is to improve successfor at-risk students through collaboration and innovativeapproaches to mentoring and learning.Keywords: Students, At-risk,

Long Beach Community Action Partnership(562) 216-4600lbcap.org117 W Victoria St, Long Beach, CA 90805Mission: This partnership provides dynamic pathways to selfsustainability for low income individuals and families throughadvocacy, education and energy assistance.Keywords: Low-income, Advocacy, Education, Families,Mentoring, Youth, LeadershipLong Beach Early Childhood Education Committeelbece.orgMiller Family Health Education Center:3820 Cherry Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: The committee ensures that all children in Long Beachgrow up healthy, safe and educated by increasing accessibilityto affordable early childhood education services and increasingpublic awareness of future impact of early childhood education.Vondel & Associates LLC (Life Transitioning for theBlind - Schools & Educational Services)(562) or-Blind-562-480-38712254 Gaviota Ave., #7, Signal Hill, CA 90755Mission: This organization primarily operates in the educationalservices industry for people who are blind or visually-impaired.Keywords: Blind, EducationYMCA OF GREATER LONG BEACH(562) 279-1700lbymca.org3605 Long Beach Blvd #210, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: The mission is to put Judeo-Christian principles intopractice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind andbody for all.Keywords: Mentoring, Early Intervention, Community,MentoringKeywords: Education, Youth, Advocacy, Early InterventionLong Beach Youth Opportunity(562) Atlantic Ave # 3, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: Youth Development, career advising, tutoring,internship programs for 14-24-year-oldsKeywords: Youth, Career, Tutoring, InternshipThe Junior League of Long Beach, Inc.(562) 989-6400jllb.org3515 Linden Ave., Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: The Junior League creates youth (5th-8th grade)programs for leadership skills; communication skills training;conflict management strategies; decision making, goal setting, lifeskills; and healthy lifestyle choices.Keywords: Youth, Leadership, Community,

Disability OrganizationsAbility FirstDisABLED Professionals Association(626) 396-1010abilityfirst.org1300 E. Green St., Pasadena, CA 91106(562) ation620 Coronado Avenue Apartment 1, Long Beach, CA 90814Mission: Ability First incorporates employment, recreational andsocialization services and programs; it also operates 12 accessiblehousing complexes.Mission: This association develops and establishes a network ofcommunity professionals with disabilities.Keywords: Professionals, Network, CommunityKeywords: Employment, Services, Housing, AccessibilityBraille Institute(323) 660-3880brailleinstitute.org741 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 92647Mission: The Braille Institute is a nonprofit organization whosepurpose is to eliminate barriers due of blindness or severe sightloss. It offers encouragement through integrated educational,social and recreational programs, as well as through services,classes, and seminars at five centers and more than 200community outreach centers across California.Keywords: Braille, Blind, Classes, Services, CommunityOutreach, EducationCalifornians for Disability Rights(805) Box 55, Sacramento, CA 95812-0055Mission: CDR promotes independence, dignity and equality ofpeople with disabilities.Keywords: Independence, AdvocacyCitizen’s Advisory Commission on Disability(562) Council Chamber (333 W Ocean Blvd)Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: The Commission advises the Mayor, City Council andCity Manager of issues within the disability community.Keywords: Mayor, City Council, City ManagerGuide Dogs of America(818) Glenoaks Boulevard, Sylmar, CA 91342Mission: Guide Dogs of America is dedicated to providingguide dogs and instruction in their use, free of charge, to blindand visually-impaired men and women from the United Statesand Canada so they may continue to pursue their goals withincreased mobility and independence.Keywords: Vision Impairment, Mobility, Empowerment,Companionship, IndependenceJohn Tracy Clinic(562) [email protected] East Wardlow Rd., Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: John Tracy Clinic provides parent-centered serviceslocally and globally to young children with hearing loss. It is aprivate provider of audiology diagnostics, education, resourcesand support for families who have infants or young children withhearing loss.Keywords: Youth, Hearing, Hearing Loss, Education,Employment, Support, Resources, FamiliesLB Alliance for Children with Asthma(562) Elm Avenue, Suite #100, Long Beach, CA 90806Mission: LBACA is a partnership that aims to improve lives ofchildren with asthma in the Long Beach community. LBACAsupplements a community health worker home visiting programand an asthma resource center, while supporting training forPhysician Asthma Care Education and medical assistants.Keywords: Asthma,

LB Transit Dial-A-LiftMuscular Dystrophy Association(562) 3 E. Anaheim Street, Long Beach, CA 90813(562) 498-3695mda.org4510 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 590, Long Beach, CA 90804Mission: This service is available for people who cannot use theLong Beach Transit bus system due to a disability.Mission: The MDA of Long Beach works to raise awareness andfunds for people with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related lifethreatening diseases.Keywords: Metro, Transit, BusKeywords: Muscular Dystrophy, chronic condition, fundraisingLinks Sign Language Interpreting(888) 742-0070linksinterpreting.com800 W. Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90806Mission: Links is an interpreting agency that serves the Deaf andhard hearing community. It also provides language interpretingand translation services.Keywords: Deaf, Language, TranslationSafe Refuge (formerly known as the SubstanceAbuse Foundation)(562) 987-5722asaferefuge.org3125 E. 7th Street, Long Beach, CA 90804Mission: The Substance Abuse Foundation of Long Beach,now known as Safe Refuge, is dedicated to serving individuals inSouthern California who are financially disadvantaged.Memorial HospitalKeywords: Drug, Alcohol(562) Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90806VA LB Healthcare System – The Spinal Cord Injury/Disorder (SCI/D) Health Care GroupMission: Memorial Hospital is a part of a nonprofit integratedhealth system and staffs high-quality medical staff.(562) E. 7th Street, Long Beach, CA 90824Keywords: Hospital, FacilityMHA Village: A Program of MHA of LA(562) 437-6717mhavillage.squarespace.com456 Elm Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: The MHA Village assists individuals with mentalillnesses through a comprehensive recovery process.Keywords: Mental health, ComprehensiveMs. Wheelchair California Pageant(951) 247-8150mswheelchaircaliforniafoundation.org24750 Fair Dawn Lane, Moreno Valley, CA 92557Mission: The hospital facility offers inpatient, outpatient andextended care programs.Keywords: Long-term care, HospitalVA LB Healthcare System – Blind Rehabilitation Center(562) ionCenter.asp5902 E. 7th Street, Long Beach, CA 90823Mission: The VA LB Healthcare system provides visionrehabilitation services for veterans and additionalsupport so they can achieve independence.Keywords: Veterans, PTSD,vision, rehabilitationMission: This pageant is for women who usewheelchairs. There are three pageant age divisions.Keywords: Pageant, Age,

Community OrganizationsAccess ServicesCity of LB – City Clerk(213) Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte, CA 91731(562) W. Ocean Blvd, 1st floor, Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: Access Services is responsible for the administration ofAccess, the Americans with Disabilities Act, which is committedto improving public transit for persons with disabilities.Mission: The City Clerk provides accessible legislative services,conducts all elections, records and maintains official documentsand promotes civic engagement.Keywords: ADA, Transportation, AccessKeywords: Legal, AccessibilityBuilding Healthy Communities: Long BeachCity of LB – Housing Authority(562) 436-4807lbpl.org920 Atlantic Ave., Suite 102, Long Beach, CA 90813(562) E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: BHC promotes residential living in communities thatwork to enhance healthy utilization of land, transportation,public safety and community development.Mission: HACLB provides high-quality housing for LongBeach’s low-income households.Keywords: Housing, Low-incomeKeywords: Residential Living, Transportation, CommunityCalifornia Aquatic Therapy & Wellness Center(562) 951-4768caaquatictherapy.com6801 Long Beach Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90805Mission: CATWC is a Warm Water rehabilitation organizationthat specializes in serving people with disabilities, children andthe elderly through aquatic programs.Keywords: Rehabilitation, Children, ElderlyCalifornia Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ)(562) 435-8184cacej.org3711 Long Beach Blvd., Suite 1017, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: CCEJ is a human relations organization dedicated toeliminating bias, bigotry and racism through education, conflictresolution and advocacy.Keywords: Social Justice, Restorative Justice, Juvenile JusticeDiversion Program, Youth, Adults, CommunityCity of LB – Multi Service Center(562) meless-services1301 W. 12th Street, Long Beach, CA 90813Mission: MSC houses 12 public and private partnerorganizations working to promote self-sufficiency of peopleexperiencing homelessness.Keywords: Housing, HomelessnessLB Public Library(562) 570-6700lbpl.org101 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: This is the primary library serving the Long Beach area.Keywords: CommunityMemorial Counseling Associates Medi-Medi Clinic(562) 708-7644mcamh.com4525 Atherton St, Long Beach, CA 90815Mission: MCA provides a comprehensive care includingpsychiatric experience and mental health services.Keywords: Mental Health,

Rancho Los Amigos Rehabilitation CenterThe Children’s Center(562) E. Imperial Hwy, Downey, CA 90242(562) 933-0400thechildrensclinic.orgMultiple nsMission: Recognized as an international leader in rehabilitationmedicine and clinical research, this rehabilitation center providesinpatient and outpatient services.Mission: TCC provides healthcare services to children,adolescents and adults from low-income households.Keywords: RehabilitationKeywords: Children, Adolescents, AdultsSouthern California Resource ServicesThe Village Cookie Shoppe(562) 862 6531scrs-ilc.org7830 Quill Drive, Suite D, Downey, CA 90242(888) e-shoppe456 Elm Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: The Southern California Resource Center respondsto needs of disability community by providing mostly free ofprograms and resources.Mission: MHALA reinvests its revenue to help homeless adultsand young people with disabilities get an education, a job and aplace to call home.Keywords: Programs, ResourcesKeywords: Homelessness, Youth, Education, Job, EmploymentSt. Mary Medical Center(562) dical1050 Linden Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90813Mission: This medical center provides full spectrum of careservices with clinics on campus for children, pregnant women,families and seniors, as well as specialty care clinics.Keywords: HospitalU.S. VETS - Long Beach(213) River Ave. (Villages at Cabrillo), Long Beach, CA 90810Mission: This private nonprofit organization provides housing,employment and counseling services to veterans.Keywords: Veterans, Housing, Employment,

Parent OrganizationsKhmer Parent Association(562) 276-5888khmerparent.org1069 Cerritos Ave, Long Beach, CA 90813Mission: Khmer Parent Association is a community-basedorganization to produce tomorrow’s leaders of today’sKhmer youth.Keywords: Cambodian, Khmer, DiversityLBUSD EONA (Educational Opportunities forNative Americans)(562) americans.cfm1516 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90810Mission: EONA program’s primary purpose is to meet thespecial education related academic needs of Native Americanstudents.Keywords: Special Education, Native American, AcademicLBUSD Concerned African American Parents (CAAP)Meetings, Office of Equity, Access, College, &Career Readiness(562) U/parent workshops.cfm#caap1516 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90811Mission: CAAP believes that parents play an essential role inhelping students attain success in school. Parents and guardiansare provided with information, tools and skills that willempower parents.Long Beach Council PTA(562) 260-6139longbeachcouncilpta.org1519 Hughes Way, Suite 227, Long Beach, CA 90814Mission: The Parent Teacher Associations supports strongpartnerships between the families and schools.Keywords: Parents, Teachers, PTAKeywords: Students, Parents, EducationLBUSD District Community Advisory Committee(DCAC), Office of Equity, Access, College, &Career Readiness(562) U/parent workshops.cfm - dcac1515 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90810Mission: Monthly meetings provide opportunities forparents to become involved and informed about theeducation of their children.Keywords: Parents, Guardians,

Family Support OrganizationsBuilding Healthy Communities: Long BeachConnecting Mental Health and Education(562) 912-7366bhclongbeach.org920 Atlantic Ave., Suite 102, Long Beach, CA 90813(310) 316-1610connectingmentalhealth.com901 North Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 201ARedondo Beach, CA 90277Mission: A collaborative initiative in Central and West LongBeach, this organization focuses on an effort to reduce healthdisparities and improve community health overall throughsystemic changes fueled by adult and youth resident engagement,collaboration and resource sharing, as well as strategiccommunication about community needs and solutions.Mission: Connecting Mental Health and Education providesmobile therapy to all clients in need, including therapy forthose with depression, anxiety or symptoms of post-traumaticstress, resulting from abusive and criminal injustices. Therapistspsychoeducate through different languages.Keywords: Employment, Jobs, Training, Adults, Youth,CommunityKeywords: Therapists, PTSD, Mental Health, Mental AbuseBayfront Youth and Services(562) 388–8000endabuselb.org235 Saint Joseph Ave, Long Beach, CA 90803(562) 595-8111bayfrontyfs.org324 E. Bixby Road, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: Bayfront Youth and Services provides a comprehensivesupport system that promotes safe and nurturing environmentsfor mental health treatment services for children, adolescentsand caregivers.Keywords: Mental Health, ServicesChildNet Youth & Family Services, Inc(562) 498-5500childnet.net5150 E. Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 100, Long Beach, CA 90804Mission: The mission of ChildNet Youth and Family Services isto provide safe homes, education and counseling to vulnerablechildren and families. They provide adoption, behavioral health,foster family, and wraparound services. It was founded by agroup of Long Beach civic leaders who wanted to foster thesocial, emotional and educational development of troubled anddisadvantaged youth.Keywords: Emotional support, Foster, Family, Advocacy,Behavioral Health, EducationEnd Abuse Long BeachMission: End Abuse Long Beach provides a monthly programand sponsors related conferences for community members tolearn, discuss, question, network and share ideas relating to thetreatment and prevention of child abuse, domestic violence,elder abuse and sexual assault.Keywords: Employment, Treatment, RehabilitationExchange Club Family Support Center(562) N. Redondo Ave., Suite B, Long Beach, CA 90803Mission: Exchange Club Family Support Center is committedto strengthening families and preventing child abuse throughparent-aide and parenting education services.Keywords: Families, Child Abuse, Parent, EducationFiesta Educativa(323) 221-6696fiestaeducativa.org2310 Pasadena Ave #213, Los Angeles, CA 90031Mission: Dedicated to empowering Latino families of peoplewith disabilities in obtaining services and in caring for theirchildren with special needs, Fiesta Educativa assists families ingaining knowledge, accessing key resources, and understandingtheir fundamental rights, particularly through culturally-sensitiveprograms and services.11RepsectAbility.orgKeywords: Latino, Children, Youth, Resources, Rights, Programs

For The ChildLong Beach Community Improvement League(562) 422-8472forthechild.org4565 California Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90807(562) 951-3500lbcil.org2222 Olive Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90806Mission: For The Child works to build healthy lives for childrenand families, free of abuse, neglect and violence.Mission: A nonprofit organization that works to createquality public service programs to empower the communityeconomically, socially, and culturally, the Long BeachCommunity Improvement League provides quality urban actionprograms designed specifically to positively affect all aspects of lifefor members of the Long Beach community.Keywords: Youth, Children, Families, Education, Abuse, ParentsHarbor Regional Center(310) 792-4575harborrc.org21232 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance, CA 90504Mission: HRC operates under contract with the CaliforniaDepartment of Developmental Services. It provides support,information and opportunities for people with developmentaldisabilities and their families to participate in the community.Keywords: Employment, Support, Developmental DisabilitiesLB Health & Human Services(562) y6335 Myrtle Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90805Mission: The City of Long Beach Department of Health andHuman Services, offers a variety of family support programstowards empowering and enhancing family functioning in thecommunity while ensuring child safety and welfare. They haveprograms ranging from family support, family preservations,counseling and training.Keywords: Employment, Jobs, TrainingLBUSD Counseling, Parent University(562) U/parent workshops.cfm1515 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90810Mission: LBUSD has a goal of supporting the personal andintellectual success of every student, every day.Keywords: Employment, Services, Training, High School,University, TestingKeywords: Services, Programs, CommunityMiller Children’s and Women’s Hospital/Long BeachMemorial Medical Center(562) 570-3658millerchildrenshospitallb.org2801 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90806Mission: A nonprofit organization, this pediatric teachinghospital provides specialized pediatric care for children andyoung adults with comprehensive outpatient specialty centers forchildren with chronic conditions.Keywords: Pediatrics, Education, Youth, ChildrenOlive Crest(562) 216-8841olivecrest.org917 Pine Ave., Long Beach, CA 90813Mission: Olive Crest is a leader in the prevention and treatmentof child abuse, serving nearly 3,000 children and families eachday throughout California, Nevada and the Pacific Northwest.They offer many services such as counseling, foster care servicesand transitional living assistance for abused, neglected and at-riskchildren and their families.Keywords: Youth, Families, Counseling, Foster Care, HousingThe Guidance Center(562) 595-1159tgclb.org1301 Pine Ave., Long Beach, CA 90813Mission: The Guidance Center provides comprehensive mentalhealth treatment to the community’s most disadvantagedchildren and their families struggling with mental illness andabuse, leading them toward a positive and productive future.They provide mental health services, psychological testing, aninternship & training program, and more.Keywords: Mental Health, Therapy,

The LGBTQ Center(562) 434-4455centerlb.org2017 East 4th Street, Long Beach, CA 90814Mission: The Center fosters an ever-improving quality of life forthe LGBTQ community. It offers services including supportgroups, workshops and seminars, youth services, free HIV & STItesting, legal assistance, domestic violence services, employmentreferrals, mental health counseling, cultural and social activitiesand educational forums.Keywords: LGBTQ, Support Groups, Workshops,Employment, Mental Health, Education, CommunityAdult Employment ServicesCareer Transition Center(562) Atlantic Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807Mission: A service under Pacific Gateway, the Career TransitionCenter operates three centers to help connect with jobs andtraining.Keywords: Employment, Training, JobsTichenor Clinic for ChildrenCity of LB – Civil Service(562) 597-3696tichenorclinic.org1660 Termino Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90804(562) W. Ocean Blvd, 7th floor, Long Beach, CA 90802Mission: The Tichenor Clinic maximizes children’s abilities byproviding access to rehabilitative and enrichment services.Mission: The Civil Service Commission determines whetherthose seeking to work for the City of Long Beach are qualifiedfor the job.Keywords: Youth, Rehabilitation, Enrichment, Therapy,Orthopedic Care, Swim ProgramKeywords: Qualifications, Civil Service, Jobs, EmploymentStramski Children’s Developmental CenterDisabled Resources Ce

4901 East Carson St., Long Beach, CA 90808 Mission: This program at Long Beach City College helps transition high school students with disabilities to college life. Keywords: High School, Transition, College, University Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) (562) 997-8257