Valley Mountain Regional Center Services
Self Determination Orientation
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Helpful staff they really helped me out with resources for my son who has a slight speech impediment . I am very thankful for these kind people who do what they can to make lives better.
Guadalupe Hernandez - Google Reviews
Great staff who are very helpful. There is plenty of parking and there are a lot of signs pointing you to the right place when driving. There is a small snack area where you can buy donuts, fruit, bagels and assorted other snacks and beverages including coffee drinks. The Dr's are very good here. Dr. Singh made us feel relaxed and she explained everything after the appointment.
Laura Miller - Google Reviews
Caring staff and lots of resources! If you or a loved one have intellectual disabilities (including Autism) call them! They are a wealth of information and can refer you to other community organizations.
Mary Brehm - Google Reviews
Valley Mountain Regional Center Postings
Valley Mountain Regional Center FY 2017/2018 POS Data Expenditure presentation & Information Meeting Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Location: ATCAA 427 N. Highway 49, Sonora Meeting Minutes This year Valley Mountain Regional Center conducted three different public meetings specifically addressing the Purchase of Service Disparity Report for the Fiscal Year 2017-2018. The meetings where held […]
Staff from Valley Mountain Regional Center’s Stockton office hosted the United Way of San Joaquin County for a lunch time fundraising event on Wednesday, May 29th. Lunch was served in the east parking lot, as United Way President/CEO Kristen Birtwhistle and Project Manager Jose Serrano spoke to VMRC staff about organizing an employee giving […]
Valley Mountain Regional Center (VMRC) is set to continue Person-Centered Thinking Training (PCT) classes to parents, staff, vendors and families in June. What is person-centered thinking? It is a philosophy that supports positive control and self-direction of people’s own lives. By teaching and supporting person-centered thinking skills, the hope is that it is likelier […]
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