Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara was established in 1987 as a home for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Once all of our clients reached the age of 18, we became licensed as a home for adults to continue with around-the-clock care for our clients’ lifelong medical, emotional, social and recreational needs.
Licensed by the State of California Department of Public Health, Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara is a six-bed Intermediate Care Facility for the Developmentally Disabled-Habilitiative (ICF-DDH). We provide 24-hour residential care along with developmental and supportive health services in a warm family atmosphere.
Located in the beautiful community of Carpinteria, California, our care facility allows clients to enjoy all that life has to offer in a safe community with various activities for a variety of client abilities. All clients attend a community-based weekday program. When at our care facility, they participate in physical, occupation, and/or speech therapy programs designed to meet each of their individual needs. All activities are monitored or facilitated by the Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara management team and staff.
We depend upon the generosity of philanthropic individuals, foundations and organizations to help us maintain the quality of life our clients deserve. Your donations help support Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara operations, programs, and medical services not covered or not fully covered by insurance.
Your contribution to Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara is an investment in extraordinary impact for those facing challenges from mental and intellectual disabilities. Without caring, compassionate, and generous donors like you, Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara would not be possible. You can make a difference!
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Our facility would not have been made possible without the support from these compassionate foundations and organizations for the last 30 years:
The B & B Foundation
The Janeway Foundation
The Henry E. & Lola Monroe Foundation
The O’Neill Foundation
The Charles W. & Margaret F. Morrice Fund
The Orfalea Family Foundation
The Santa Barbara Foundation
The ALixe Tuohy Foundation
The Weingart Foundation
The Wood-Claeyssens Foundation
The Ann Jackson Family Foundation
The Latkin Charitable Foundation
Montecito Bank and Trust Community Dividends
The Mon-Nat Foundation
The Mosher Foundation
The Rotary Club
The Towbes Foundation
Smart & Final Charitable Foundation
S Weldon Family Foundation
The Williams-Corbett Foundation
A special heartfelt thank you for all of the individual donations, it is caring people like you who make this world a happier place!
And last but not least, thank you to all of our Cornerstone Staff Members and Volunteers throughout these 30 years for all of your hard work, love and dedication to making this facility such a success!
Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a variety of career opportunities and currently have open positions with our Direct Care Staff and other employment opportunities. Our facility offers employment opportunities that help adults with disabilities live a full life. There is never a dull moment!
For more information, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us directly at (805) 684-5840.
Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara is governed by a volunteer board of directors comprised of respected community and business leaders.
People with disabilities are, first and foremost, people. When you use the word “disability”, you are referring to someone who has a physical, mental, emotional, sensory, or learning impairment. One of the largest barriers encountered is because of societies occupied with stereotypes and prejudice towards people with disabilities. So how can you become more aware?
Our residents and their families understand the value of advocacy, support, acceptance, and respect for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. We encourage you to learn about autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, sensory disorders, genetic or birth defects, disabilities caused by severe trauma or injury, and more. We can support the families and disabled individuals, who are facing lifelong challenges, by spreading awareness and standing up to bullying at school, work, or in public. The fight for change and more advances is a cause in which we must all engage.
January 4th – World Braille Day
February 18th – International Asperger’s Day
March 1st – International Wheelchair Day
March 21st – World Down Syndrome Day
March 26th – Epilepsy Awareness / Purple Day
April 2nd – World Autism Awareness Day
April 26 – International Guide Dog Day
May 1st-7th – Deaf Awareness Week
May 9th-15th – Mental Health Awareness Week
June 19th-25th – Learning Disability Week
October 8th – World Dyslexia Awareness Day
October 6th – World Cerebral Palsy Day
November 1st – National Stress Awareness Week
November 28th – Giving Tuesday
December 3rd – International Day of Persons with Disabilities
1451 Camino Trillado | Carpinteria, CA 93013
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