What We Do

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Our Mission

The mission of Jay Nolan Community Services, Inc. (JNCS) is to enable individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities to live fulfilling lives as members of the community by providing support services customized to their individual needs.

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Enhanced Support Services focuses on helping people with autism and other disabilities - and their families and support networks - to create and implement a carefully customized set of services and tools that can lead to more productive, valued lives in the community.

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Interested in making a difference? There are more ways to help besides donating. Participate in opportunities to volunteer, employer programs, and promotions. No matter how small or big your contribution, your efforts will make a difference in someone's life.

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Through Jay Nolan Community Services many years in business, we have found many helpful resources and articles. Please feel free to browse our collection of links and articles for helpful information. We always welcome your feedback and suggestions for improving our resource list.

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Thank you very much for your support in enabling children and adults with Autism and other developmental disabilities. Your gift today is so important! It can help us change lives and create a better world for many people.

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Jay Nolan Success Stories

Our impact in empowering individuals with autism

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Milestones

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1975

Jay Nolan Community Services is established by members of the Autism Society of Los Angeles.

1992

Jay Nolan Community Services administered 13 group homes

1993

Jay Nolan Community Services hires new Executive Director and new direction

1996

Jay Nolan Community Services closes all remaining group homes to pursue personalized and individualized services.

2011

  • Jay Nolan Community Services receives grant from the California State Communication Fund
  • Jay Nolan receives three year accreditation from the ACA

2012

  • Jay Nolan Community Services facilitates 97 people living in different homes of their own, 250 people in their family's home, supporting 127 people, 75 people in supported employment, and 3 currently own their own businesses.
  • Jay Nolan Community Services receives two year grant from DD Council Customized Employment

2014

Jay Nolan Community Services receives three year accreditation for their Employment Programs from CARF

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