Enhanced Behavioral Support

Experience enriching and individualized programming with respect and independence! We provide additional staffing, supervision, and support to help you achieve your goals and safely access your community.

We are equipped with the knowledge and experience to support individuals with enhanced support needs.

We support you in working toward group activities to have more independence and integration in your community.


Please provide your contact information for one of our team members to get in touch and share more about our intake process.

Program Logistics

  • Make choices and experience your community in a 1:1 to 1:3 ratio.
  • Enjoy activities in the community or on-site in a familiar and comforting environment.
  • We provide positive person-centered behavioral supports that consider your individual needs, goals, and well-being.

Community partnerships:

  • San Diego Air & Space Museum
  • Feeding America
  • Mission Valley Library
  • Linda Vista Library
  • And more!


Key entrance criteria include:

  • Adults, 18 and over, with an intellectual and/or developmental disability.
  • The Regional Center must identify the individual who would benefit from a behavioral support program.
  • Funding must come from the Regional Center or through private payment.

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Success Story


Patrick has been in our Enhanced Behavioral Support (EBS) program since 2016 and has made monumental progress working on his personal goals. Because of the progress he has shown, Patrick now participates in volunteering at multiple community sites with a sense of belonging in his community with respect and independence.

Patrick, Enhanced Behavioral Support Consumer
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Success Story

Ian is a charming, funny, and social person, but due to his support needs, he was not able to integrate into the community throughout most of his life. OFA staff quickly adjusted his day program curriculum to meet his individual needs. They started taking him to site-based parks, where they could teach him how to express his needs, communicate with others and learn social etiquette more effectively.

Today, Ian successfully joins his peers for lunch at restaurants, volunteers in the community, and increased his time looking at books in the library from 45 seconds to an hour. Ian now goes to grocery stores, attends OFA social gatherings and accesses the community in meaningful ways.

Ian, Enhanced Behavioral Support Consumer

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Sound Like The Option For You?

Please provide your contact information for one of our team members to get in touch and share more about our intake process.