Admissions to Cedars programs includes an assessment process to determine if our services are a good fit for the individual. When Cedars receives a referral or a request for services, a team of Cedars staff works to assess whether there is a match between the needs of the individual and the services available in Cedars programs.
This assessment process includes, but is not limited to, a review of a referral packet, personal meetings with families and individuals, and opportunities to visit Cedars programs for tours.
We often set up day and/or overnight visits to make sure that the fit is a good one for everyone. If it is determined that our services will meet your needs, we will work closely with families and new residents or day program participants to ensure a smooth transition.
Cedars Offers a Wide
Range of Programs
Cedars provides a variety of licensed residential homes, which offer a rich array of supports to meet individual needs including the assistance of Cedars Health and Wellness department and Cedars Activities department.
Participants have opportunities to spend time in the community as volunteers in local non-profits and participate in a range of social recreational activities to help participants build skills and enjoy a sense of meaning and purpose.
Located on our 22-acre ranch, individuals can choose from a range of activities and paid income opportunities in a variety of areas including gardening/horticulture, animal husbandry, fine arts, cooking, and textile handcrafts.
Get in Touch
Cedars programs are most often funded by the regional center and social security income. Private pay arrangements can also be made.
Please review our FAQ, where you will find helpful information regarding Cedars.
If you’d like to discuss admissions in a Cedars residence or participation in a Cedars day program, please contact:
In your email, please let us know about yourself and what programs and services you're interested in exploring.