Resources & Handbooks
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Here you’ll find relevant and up-to-date information for all faculty, staff and students on issues associated with services for students with disabilities. Download our Student Handbook or our Instructors' Guide and the Disability Etiquette Brochure from the United Spinal Association. You’ll also find helpful links to community resources, information about emergency preparedness for those with disabilities, alternative transportation and repair services.
California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living and equality for individuals with disabilities.
P.O. Box 944222
2000 Evergreen Street
Sacramento, CA 95815
Inland Empire District Office
2010 Iowa Avenue
Riverside CA 92507
(951) 782-6650 (Voice)
(844) 729-2800 (TTY)
Disability Benefits 101 helps workers, job seekers, and service providers understand the connections between
work and benefits.
Community Access Center has been providing services to people with disabilities in Riverside County since
6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150
Riverside, CA 92506
Blindness Support Services, Inc. provides innovative approaches to achieving independence and self-reliance for blind
and visually impaired residents in Southern California counties.
3696 Beatty Drive, Suite A
Riverside, CA 92506
Center on Deafness - Inland Empire is a non-profit community based service agency whose mission is to enable deaf, hard-of-hearing,
and deafened adults to live independent, productive lives, with full access to the
services and opportunities available to people who hear.
3576 Arlington Ave (91 freeway), Suite 211
Riverside, CA 92506
951-275-5000 (V, TTY)
Emergency planning is important for everyone, but especially for people with disabilities and chronic health conditions. Please review following documents and resources so you’ll be prepared to respond during a crisis.
Los Angeles County Emergency Survival Program
Emergency Preparedness: Taking Responsibility For Your Safety - Tips for People with Activity Limitations and Disabilities 2006
UCR Emergency Management
Office of Environmental Health and Safety
The following list does not represent an endorsement by either the University or Services for Students with Disabilities.
RTA Riverside Transit Agency Fixed Route Services
800-800-7821, if calling from outside of Riverside or Moreno Valley
To purchase RTA passes at UCR Parking Services, present your valid UCR ID Card.
Orange Blossom Express (UCR/Downtown Riverside)
Riverside Special Services (Disabled/Senior Only)
ADA Dial-a-Ride Information, Including Intercity & After Hours
800-795-7887; 800-369-3610 (TDD)
RTA Americans with Disability Act (ADA) ID Cards
RTA Disabled Reduced Fare Photo ID
800-371-5465; (800) 698-4833 (TDD)
Metropolotan Transit Authority
Disabled Rider Emergency Hotline
800-621-7828 (City of Los Angeles)
Los Angeles County
Bus Line Information
Access Services Inc.
Omnitrans (Western San Bernardino County)
Orange County Transit Authority
800-COMMUTE or 800-266-6883
Inland Empire Taxicab and Sedan
Inland Express Airport Shuttle
Taxicabs Yellow Cab Company of Riverside
Wheelchair Getaways HC Van Rentals
Accessible Vans West HC Van Rentals
800-242-4111 (Orange County)
Riverside, CA (951) 686-3152 Joytech
Joytech International, Inc.
Riverside, CA (951) 683-1394; (888) 497-7352
Adaptive Driving Systems, Inc.
Chatsworth, CA (818) 251-9876
San Fernando Valley, CA (818) 780-1788
San Bernardino, CA (909) 383-3883
A Commercial Guide to Adaptive Resources http://www.disableddealer.com 800-588-5099
Please call each company to verify hours of operation, acceptance of Medi-Cal and/or other insurances. The following list is not exhaustive and does not represent an endorsement by the University or Services for Students with Disabilities.