Who Is UCP?
Who is UCP?
UCP stands for United Cerebral Palsy, but our name doesn’t really tell you who we are. That’s why, when we get asked the question about who we are and what we do, we reply with a simple answer: “UCP is amazing.”
Why is UCP Amazing?
It’s simple. UCP is amazing because each and every day our team members are out in the community working to make the lives of people with disabilities better.
What Does UCP Do?
We give kids and adults with developmental disabilities the tools and support to live a life without limits.
UCP gives adults and children with all types of developmental disabilities the chance to grow, thrive and feel included. Through our programs and services, we offer individuals hope, confidence and promise.
Every day, UCP makes a difference in the lives of the people we work with. It’s pretty rewarding work. In fact, we think it’s amazing.
UCP Changes Lives:
- 5,730 people are served by UCP each month
- 7,136 miles are driven daily to transport our clients (Monday thru Friday)
- 407 adults a month are empowered with new technologies and support in our adult day programs
- 1,507 families annually use our Family Respite Services
- 17,941 hours a month of respite services are provided to area families
- 25 children improve their social and communication skills at our Autism Center for Excellence
- 56 children are sent to our ACE camp each summer
- 90% of our revenue goes directly back to our programs and services
- 99.99% of our revenue stays in our eight county service area (Sacramento, Yolo, Sutter, Butte, Shasta, Nevada, El Dorado and Placer)
- 769 full and part time individuals make up our UCP Team
UCP Provides Support For Individuals With:
Autism • Intellectual Disability • Epilepsy • Down Syndrome • Cerebral Palsy • Agenesis of Corpus Callosum • Angelman Syndrome • Asperger’s • Cerebral Gigantism (Ataxic, Athetoid, Mixed & Spastic) • Charge Syndrome • Cornelia de Lange Syndrome • Developmental Delay • DiGeorge Syndrome e • Dwarfism • Fragile X • Global Developmental Delay • Klinefelder Syndrome • Lennox/Linux Gastaut • Lissencephaly • PDD • PDD/NOS • Prader Willi Syndrome • Rett Syndrome • Rubinstein Taybi Syndrome • Spina Bifida • Turners Syndrome