What We Do
ATI's Peer Advocates work at both individual and community levels to make sure your rights are protected. On a one-to-one basis, we work with people to assist them in reaching their goals. This may include assistance in obtaining services through federal or state programs, organizations or businesses.
The peer approach is one by which staff members can share disability experiences and provide encouragement to people with disabilities. Peer counseling is offered on a one-to-one or group basis. All situations are client directed and designed to assist participants to formulate and achieve their own goals.
ATI's Peer Advocates assist clients with their application processes for Social Services, Medicaid and Medicare, Disability, Section 8, and more.
We work hard to provide classes based on the needs of individuals in our community. Our classes are here to help you grow in your personal and professional life.
Our Day Program provides opportunities for social integration, relaxation, recreation, and skill development for individuals living in Orange County.
Supports for Families
From educational advocacy to social skills to Active Parenting classes, we are here to support and empower families raising children with emotional, behavioral challenges, learning disabilities, or Autism.
We support and care about our Service Members and our Veterans and the issues they may face. We are here to listen and direct our Veterans and their families to the supports and services that may be able to help them.