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Rehab Community

Centers and Collaboratives

  • The California Health Incentives Improvement Project (CHIIP)  is a multi-agency collaborative effort working to remove barriers to employment and self-sufficiency of people with disabilities.
  • Circle for American Indian Rehabilitation (CAIR) is a center devoted to the Continuing Education, Training, and Technical Assistance needs for programs funded through American Indian Rehabilitation Service Projects under section 121 of the Rehabilitation Act
  • Creative Support Alternatives (CSA), staffed by parents and professionals, is designed to serve families of individuals with special needs by providing a broad continuum of information, education, and support. Services and supports are offered in English and Spanish.
  • Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC) staffed by parents and professionals, is designed to serve families of individuals with special needs by providing a broad continuum of information, education, and support.

Degrees and Certificates

  • Masters of Science Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.  The Department of Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education (ARPE) prepares students to be effective practitioners, administrators, and leaders in the field of Rehabilitation. The program is available both on campus and by distance education.

Several certificates are available which address specific areas for rehabilitation professional development:

Training

  • National Rehabilitation Leadership Institute (NRLI), in partnership with the George Washington University, prepares rehabilitation leaders across the nation to face the constantly changing requirements and standards in the field of vocational rehabilitation.