Welcome To Caminar....
We are a non-profit community based agency that has been providing support services to individuals with disabilities for over 49 years.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities by providing opportunities to live in the community with dignity and independence.
Caminar services are custom-designed to enable adults with mental health, physical, and developmental disabilities to live and work within their communities in accordance with their abilities and desires.
We strive to provide supportive, caring environments that respect the power of individuals to create meaningful, satisfying lives for themselves.
Our innovative community based mental health services and services for individuals with developmental disabilities offer hope and encouragement by providing opportunities for our clients to obtain the full range of support they need - independence enabling support - including long term affordable housing, supportive employment, and supportive education.
Caminar's staff fully believes and practices the philosophy that every client should be treated as an individual and deserves a personalized road map for achieving his or her goals—learning to live independently, developing a social support network, obtaining employment, or simply making new friends. It is our focus to provide the community mental health services and support services for disabilities that will enable the people we serve to achieve their goals and lead successful lives on their own terms.
We’re proud of our successful history and the unique role we continue to play in promoting recovery and enhancing lives—thank you for taking the time to learn more about Caminar services.
Who We Serve
At Caminar, our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities by providing opportunities to live in the community with dignity and independence. We provide professional services and programs to the following populations through our California regional agencies in San Mateo County, Solano County, and Butte County:
• People with Serious Mental Illness
We work closely with individuals who are experiencing symptoms of severe depression, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, manic depressive disorder, developmental disabilities and autism. The specific community services and treatment programs offered within each location do vary from region to region.