CVTC is an organization of service providers committed to and empowered by a sense of responsibility, ownership and pride in their efforts to train and support people who have intellectual disabilities.
Founded in 1982, CVTC was one of the first day programs in California designed specifically to serve and support individuals who may need behavioral management services. This program, located in Stockton, California, remains as the pinnacle of the organization to this day. As demand for our services flourished, CVTC opened additional behavior management programs in Fresno, Modesto, Merced and Visalia. All programs offer services in Employment Training, Community Integration and Self-Advocacy.
Responding to consumer demand for individual support, CVTC launched our Another Way Supported and Independent Living Service in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties. Another Way changes lives by providing direct independent living skills training and intensive supports in all aspects of daily living to individuals in their homes and communities. This support is essential to helping our clients maintain their independent living situations.
Most recently, CVTC has expanded operations through the addition of our RAPID mobile crisis response service. RAPID was developed to meet the intensive challenges associated with crisis intervention. Responding directly to crisis situations, RAPID provides the immediate care and support that is crucial for our clients to successfully navigate the most challenging of circumstances.
Recognizing individual needs and providing high quality, progressive services have always been our core values. Since 1982, CVTC has continued to adapt and improve services for individuals living in the Central Valley. Our goal as an agency is to provide excellent training and support with the utmost integrity and empathy for the people we serve.