The San Mateo Adult School has over 14,000 annual enrollments. The SMART Center (San Mateo Adult Resources Technology Center)is a modern, wired building, constructed with the goal of providing lifelong learning and access to technology for ALL adults in our community.
San Andreas Regional Center is a community-based California state-funded program designed to serve persons with a developmental disability, as required by the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act.
RISE is a free outreach program for middle and high school students with special needs to volunteer at places in the community and learn job skills to prepare for their future.
REACH is run by both Momentum for Mental Health and Starlight Community Services.
Rebekah Children's Services offers children and their families an array of campus-based and community-based care.
The mission of Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center is to provide recreational, vocational and educational opportunities for people with disabilities through programs and services that encourage self-expression, promote personal achievement, and lead to greater independence.
Pathway is a two-year certificate program for students with developmental disabilities, providing a blend of educational, social, and vocational experiences, taught and supervised by an expertly trained staff that is sensitive to the individual needs of our students.
Perkins School for the Blind is an innovative leader in serving people with visual impairments. Strong leadership from both staff and the Board of Trustees has created a legacy of education and discovery.
PALS was founded as a corporation in January 2001 with the purpose of providing exceptional vocational opportunities for adults. We serve as a specialized work program vendored to provide community and on-site services for adults needing job skills to work.