Jay Nolan Community Services
Information for Families and Staff
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
For JNCS Staff & IHSS Workers
As Direct Support Staff, JNCS employees and IHSS workers are qualified for the Phase 1A COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Vaccination is highly encouraged, but not required. We are happy to offer any necessary documentation requested if you decide to pursue the vaccination.
For Families and Individuals Served
Beginning March 15, 2021, individuals with developmental or other severe high-risk disabilities will be eligible for vaccination. A special thank you to all the self-advocates, family advocates, and community members who urged making people with developmental and other disabilities a vaccine priority.
COVID-19 Procedures For JNCS Staff
- COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities
- COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities – Spanish
- California Department of Public Health 2019-nCoV Homepage (CDPH)
- LA County Public Health – Coronavirus Info
- DDS Coronavirus Information and Resources
- Disability Voices United COVID-19 Webinars
- Free Meals at Grab & Go Food Centers (Locations)
- California For All Covid-19 Updates
Office Closure Notice
Reminder: Jay Nolan Community Services continues to operate throughout the pandemic. We can be reached by phone or email. Please remember that our physical offices continue to be closed to the public until further notice. Stay safe and be well!
Learn More About Us
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.
Working at JNCS requires unwavering dedication, stamina, and hard work– both physical and mental. While it is a challenging, it also offers profound rewards for those who look past its demands and approach the job with compassion. Jay Nolan has been supporting children and adults with autism, as well as other disabilities, since 1975.
The leadership team at Jay Nolan Community Services strives to assure that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities receive the right kinds of supports and assistance so that they can pursue their hopes and dreams and live to their full potential within the community.
Jay Nolan Community Services believes that all individuals we support have the right to effective means of communication and opportunities to have a voice and control in the delivery of their supports and in their lives. All people have the following specific communication rights in their daily interactions.