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INNOVATIVE BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS INC.
17185 YUMA STREET
VICTORVILLE CA 92393
(760) 243-1400
S.V.S. VICTORVILLE ADULT DAY CARE FACILITY
15387 CHOLAME ROAD
VICTORVILLE CA 92392
(760) 955-7535
Social Vocational Services, Inc. (SVS) was founded in 1977 as a small after school program for teenagers with autism in Manhattan Beach. In the 35 years since its establishment, SVS has grown to serve over 4000 individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities throughout California. We offer a wide variety of services to meet the needs and interests of a diverse population.
STERLING COMMONS
17797 LINDERO ROAD
VICTORVILLE CA 92392
(760) 245-3300
Sterling Commons is a special care residence designed exclusively for those with Alzheimer's Disease and other related dementias. Providing a stimulating environment, where activities and interaction among the residents are encouraged, helps to maintain optimum levels of function for each individual. Weekly sightseeing trips, therapeutic art, quilting, morning strolls, and pet therapy are just a few of the activities which provide sensory stimulation and help maintain functional skills. Our on-site 24-hour licensed nurses will give you additional peace of mind.
HORRIGAN COLE ENT. DBA COLE VOCATIONAL SERVICES
16519 VICTOR ST. STE 101-105
VICTORVILLE CA 92392
(760) 962-9111
INNOVATIVE BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS, INC.
17191 JASMINE STREET
VICTORVILLE CA 92307
(760) 243-1400
KAISER ADULT BEHAVIORAL CTR. VICTORVILLE
13901 AMARGOSA RD., STE. 3 & 4
VICTORVILLE CA 92392
(760) 962-1900
CEO Mike Kaiser founded People’s Care based on the philosophy of “Personal Choice, Community Involvement and Dignity.” Today, the People’s Care mission is: “To Provide Excellent Support and Advocacy for Individuals in a Positive, Life-Enriching Environment.”
KNOLLS WEST
16890 GREENTREE BLVD.
VICTORVILLE CA 92392
(760) 245-0107
Beginning in 1951, Kenneth and Marie Bechtold moved to the High Desert in search of a community where they could rear their four sons and establish their dream of caring for the elderly. After a couple of years were spent on enlarging their home, they opened up their doors to supply convalescent care. With just three residents to care for, and a house full of boys, Kenneth and Marie began their dream!
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