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Social Recreation Programs
Access Leisure Minimize
(916) 808-3809
www.AccessLeisureSac.org

  • Access Leisure staff offer a variety of recreational programs for individuals with disabilities. 
  • These programs provide recreational opportunities for people who have a physical, emotional and/or mental disability. 
  • For more information or to receive a monthly calendar, please call (916) 808-3809.
 
The After School Teen Program Minimize
(916) 808-6085
  • The After School Teen Program is an ongoing year-round recreation and social program at four high schools for youth ages 13-22 who have exceptional needs. 
  • For more information call the Teen Program at 808-6085, weekdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Minimize
1540 River Park Drive Suite 214
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 646-9300
www.bbbs-sac.org 
infor@bbs-sac.org
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters youth mentoring organization serving children ages 7 through 15 in the greater Sacramento Region. 
  • Programs such as the new BBBS Sports Big program provides monthly calendar of events and activities for mentors to interact with little brothers/ sisters to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with measurable impact.
 
UCP’s Autism Center for Excellence at Sacramento State (A.C.E.) Minimize
(916) 548-2562
www.ucpsacto.org/ACE.htm 


Contact David Rossi 
  • After-school program in the Sacramento region designed specifically for kids ages 8-12 with autism, helping them learn how to interact with the outside world and integrate into community activities. 
  • Through this structured after-school recreational program, kids with autism participate in large and small group activities. 
  • Lessons are modified for different levels of understanding, and parents are instructed on techniques they can use at home."
 
Land Park Academy Minimize
Socialization Training Program
6400 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95822
(916) 427-2273
(916) 427-1071 fax
www.LandParkAcademy.com 

Freeport Campus & Administration Office 
6400 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95822
(916) 427-2273
(916) 427-1071 fax
www.LandParkAcademy.com 

PAC Campus
2751 Wilmington Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95820 
(916) 427-2273
(916) 427-1071 fax
www.LandParkAcademy.com 
Open M-F 1:30-6 pm., Sat. 10 am-6 pm


Erin Gertz, School Administrative Manager
egertz@landparkacademy.com 
  • Offers programs where children and adolescents, ages 3-18, can come to enhance their social, leisure, and play skills in a safe, caring, recreational environment. 
  • Groups and activities cycle every 30 minutes including organized sports, science and cooking projects, art, music, sensory exploration, games, free play and indoor/outdoor exercise. 
  • Weekly community outings are available
 
Project P.L.A.Y.: Play-Oriented Lifetime Activities for Youth Minimize
Sacramento State
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 278-5041
www.hhs.CSUS.edu/ModellS
ModellS@CSUS.edu


Dr. Scott Modell, Director (CSUS)
  • Project P.L.A.Y. is designed to expand opportunities for children with disabilities to participate in purposeful fitness, play, and leisure activities in the community. 
  • Participants are paired with a graduate student and a college volunteer and are supervised by Dr. Modell.
 
GOALS Growth Oriented Adapted Learning Skills Program Minimize
(916) 595-2165
www.goals-us.org
tom@goals-us.org


Tom Rhoades, President
  • Social events such as Labor Day Dance, Oktoberfest Dance, Bingo Nights open to individuals with disabilities ages 15 plus. 
  • Friends without disabilities are welcome to attend. Also offer other activities including bowling and golf.
 
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