DRAIL services are tools that assist people with disabilities to live more independent lives. Independence requires support for both the physical and emotional needs of the individual. DRAIL services are designed to empower individuals to achieve personal goals, renew confidence and enable independence.
DRAIL has a wide range of services available.
For specific services questions please contact us and we'll refer a specialist to you.
Otherwise, core services and examples are listed below:
List of Services
DRAIL offers one-on-one assistance with consumers locating housing and accessing programs one may qualify for.Get Started
Information & Referral
If you would like basic information about our programs and services, or have questions about local resources and just don't know where to start, we can assist you with making an appropriate connection.Get Started
These meetings are a platform for people to socialize, play games, and also talk about what they have been experiencing.Get Started
Personal Assistant Services
Similar to the IHSS registry but managed by people with disabilities, DRAIL has a caregiver/PCA registry through QuickMatch to help match consumers to providers.Get Started
Independent Living Skills Training
DRAIL provides a nine part curriculum of Independent Living Skills Training classes.Get Started
Individual & Systems Change Advocacy
Through this two-track approach, we empower our consumers and the disability community to overcome barriers to access and services.Get Started
Disability Income Advocacy / Benefits Advising
Direct support with Social Security and other public benefit applications, in addition to dedicated Social Security benefit application and advocacy support for individuals with disabilities experiencing homelessness through the Housing & Disability Advocacy Program (HDAP) in Stanislaus County.Get Started
Disability Disaster Access Resources (DDAR)
Individuals who complete the application will be assessed for disaster and emergency services, including Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events.Learn More
Work Incentives Planning & Assistance (WIPA)
Help people understand Social Security work incentives, WIPA helps you make informed choices.Learn More
Community Center Programs & Activities
Workshops that provide independent living skills through fun and educational activities in a safe, clean, and inclusive environment.Learn More
Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) of the Mother Lode
No wrong door collaborative effort between DRAIL and Area 12 Agency on Aging to provide access and opportunity for persons with disabilities of all ages.Learn More
Transition Youth Services
Hands-on experiences that will help youth to live independently.Get Started
Community Resources Directory
Search for community respurces across the six counties we serve.Begin Search
Have questions or would like to contact us?
Complete the form below and we'll have one of our specialists reach out to your within 2-3 business days. You may also contact us by phone at (209) 521-7260.