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ABOUT US

Mission Statement
RSNC's mission is to "Promote dignity and independence of people with disabilities and other special needs."

Background
Rehabilitation Services of Northern California was established in 1949 as a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 public benefit corporation. RSNC has centers in Contra Costa County and serves more than six hundred people each year. The RSNC Board of Directors are dedicated community volunteers who provide guidance, support and their expertise to the organization.

Services
Our programs include Adult Day Health Care services for frail elders and persons with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. This program is designed for loved ones who can engage in a safe and supportive environment during the day, while still living at home with their family members. Adult Day Health Care services are licensed by the State Department of Health Services and State Department of Aging.

We are also proud to offer information and referral resources to the local community, as well as support services to caregivers and family members of frail elders and persons with Alzheimer's and related dementias.

Programs
RSNC has
five programs in the Bay Area. The Mt. Diablo Center in Pleasant Hill and the Bedford Center in Antioch offer adult day health care and other day services. The Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) provides support services to people who wish to remain living in their homes. California Community Transitions (CCT) assists adults who are covered through Medi-Cal and who have been living in a skilled nursing facility in transitioning back into community living. The Assisted Living Waiver also assists low-income, Medi-Cal eligible seniors and persons with disabilites who wold otherwise require nursing facility services to remain in or relocate to the community.

Core Values
RSNC's services are guided by:
Compassion
Quality

Teamwork

Board of Directors

Rita Hays, Chair/President
Former Executive Director, Contra Costa County Workforce Development Board

Sheryl Rowold, Past Chair
Attorney, Hellman & Friedman LLC

William Wilson, Vice Chair
Senior Broker, TRI Commercial

Katherine Nelson, Treasurer
Tax Accountant, BPM, LLP

Diana Rhinebeck, Secretary
Member, Bedford Center Advisory Board

Stephen B. Conlin, Audit Committee Chair
Risk Manager and Bedford Center Advisory Board

Ian Bremner
Founder/Executive Director, RES Success

Charlie Crothers
Radio Systems Engineer

 

 

RSNC Officers

Debbie Toth
Chief Executive Officer

Volunteers

The development and success of the agency is due in great part to the volunteer support it receives from the community. Volunteer support is evident in many areas including: Board and advisory committee members, representatives from businesses, referral agencies and consumers who serve on the advisory boards for the centers, members of service organizations and employees of area businesses who donate their time and money to various projects of the agency; various individuals who have special interests and/or skills who assume functions which would otherwise be provided by staff or likely not at all; and finally, our dedicated auxiliary members.

For over 60 years, our auxiliary members have donated their time to benefit Mt. Diablo Center through a number of fundraising events. We appreciate their strong commitment and support of our programs.

 

Mt. Diablo Center for Adult Day Health Care

 

 

 

 

 

 

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