Supported Living


Supported Living serves clients with developmental disabilities who have up to 24 hour daily support needs the chance to be able to live independently in their own homes.

Our staff is assists clients with all their basic living activities needed to safely live on their own, including providing personal care and overnight support.

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Independent Living


Independent Living serves clients with developmental disabilities who wish to live on their own but do not need daily support.

Our staff provide assistance to learn basic living skills, including grocery shopping, planning a meal, making a budget, balancing a checkbook, addressing chronic health issues, and dealing with social security and other disability resources and benefits.

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Employment Services


Employment Services assists clients with developmental disabilities to obtain and maintain employment.

Our staff assist clients to learn about career options and market their skills and abilities to employers. Once employment is secured, we provide one-on-one training to help them learn their job.  

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Project SEARCH


Project SEARCH offers clients the opportunity to develop valuable and transferable work skills through an internship training program hosted by a large employer.

Currently, EBI operates two year-long Project SEARCH programs, one in hospitality and one in office administration.

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Community Day Supports


Community Day Supports is a community based day service operating in the Berkeley area where individuals with developmental disabilities and higher support needs receive individualized support to participate in variety of activities.

Our staff support individuals to participate in activities such as adaptive communication instruction, physical therapies, independent living skills instruction, art classes, movement/dance classes and fitness activities.

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California Community Transitions


California Community Transitions makes it possible for people with disabilities who receive Medi-Cal to transition from nursing facilities back into their own homes.

Our staff provide case management, search for affordable housing, assist clients access the In-Home Supportive Services program, assist in training personal attendants, and identify needed healthcare professionals in the community.

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Getting Started with EBI

People considered to have a developmental disability by the State of California may be eligible for EBI’s Supported Living, Independent Living, Supported Employment Services, and/or Community Day Supports. To establish eligibility, call the Regional Center of the East Bay for more information. If you are already a client of the Regional Center, you can request that your case manager contact EBI to make a referral. To be referred to California Community Transitions (CCT), your nursing facility should contact the CCT team.

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