Our mission is to provide and promote opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to live, work and interact in the community and achieve their personal best.
Our focus is to explore different interest that individuals have while still meeting their needs. We enable their transition to happen when ready with our continuum of services.
The Roland Center is changing lives by breaking down barriers that keep adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities from leading fulfilling, independent lives.
When Christian Villareal was diagnosed with autism at a young age, the doctors told his parents that his future was bleak and he’d likely stay at home. Read More>
After a rigorous survey process with the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF),The Roland Center has received a 3-year accreditation – the highest level awarded to an organization.