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Avenues Supported Living Services is a non-profit organization created to support people with developmental disabilities in becoming and remaining active participants in their communities. Avenues Supported Living Services is committed to empowering individuals to make their own choices and experience life’s diverse possibilities.

How We Make a Difference

Avenues Supported Living Services strives to help each person we support lead the life of their choosing. Building relationships between people including family, neighbors, friends, co-workers, community members, support staff and the people we support is a key building block of our success. Learn More

How You Can Help

Your donation of time, talent or treasure will help provide individuals with tangible items, experiences and security. Monetary donations can be designated toward general expenses, travel costs, staff training, household needs, or program supplies. Donations

Relationships, Rights, Responsibilities

Employment

Avenues SLS provides 24/7 staffing and support. Direct Support Staff are needed part time, full time, weekends, weekdays and overnight. We provide support in both he Santa Clarita Valley and San Fernando Valley. Apply online now. Learn More

Consulting

Avenues SLS offers training, consultation and education on topics such as Supported Living, Transition, Self-Advocacy, Aging and End of Life, Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports and Assistive Technology. Learn More

Resources

See our page of Resources including professional organizations, best practices, generic resources and legal issues. Learn More

Services

Avenues SLS provides Supported Living Services and Individual Day Support to adults with developmental disabilities in the Santa Clarita Valley and San Fernando Valley. Learn More

Inspiring Stories

Meet a few of the people supported by Avenues SLS

The State of Avenues During COVID-19

The State of Avenues During COVID-19

How do you talk about COVID-19 to people with intellectual disabilities? Ben Drew, Open Future Learning Coronavirus is changing people’s lives dramatically. People can no longer take part in activities outside the house, meet with friends, go to work or clubs or...

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Heather Hardman – Women’s History Month 2020

Heather Hardman – Women’s History Month 2020

Heather Hardman grew up in Connecticut with her family, where she attended Belhaven school for students with autism.  In 1987, Heather and her family moved to Santa Clarita, California, after writing letters to Scott Shepard, the new Director of Jay Nolan Community...

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Donations

Avenues SLS is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization. Your donation will make a difference to the people we support.