We rely solely on your generous donations and contributions to continue our scholarships and outreach programs. We are grateful for all the donations we receive. Please tell your family, friends and colleagues about Sacramento Spinal Foundation.  We are a 501.c.3 charitable organization.

resourcesOur Resource Partners offer personalized services and often discounts to the Sacramento Spinal Foundation SCI community. These recommendations are based off the opinions of many people involved with Sacramento Spinal Foundation. These websites have been recognized as providing knowledge & resources about a wide variety of products and services to keep people with special needs informed about what is available to them, and we value their contributions to the SCI community.

Real Estate

Jeanette Ali - Realtor

SCI Fitness & Rehabilitation Services

SCI-FIT Natomas

University of California Davis Medical Center Rehabilitation Department

Legal Assistance

Americans with Disabilities Act (Disability Rights)

Home Repairs

United Building Services Mechanical

In Home Supportive Services & Care Providers

California Dept. of Social Services IHSS

Compassionate Caregiver

Prescription Assistance Programs

Partnership for Prescription Assistance Program (PPAP)

Together RX Access

Prescription Assistance 360

State Parks & Accessibility

California State Parks

SCI Research

Conquer Parayisis Now


Accessibility Products

Pants Up Easy

Utility Bill Payment Assistance Programs

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

California Lifeline Telephone Program


Acess Leisure - City of Sacramento

Achieve Tahoe

Axis Dance Company

Bay Area Outreach Recreational Program

Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors

Environmental Traveling Companions

Far West Wheelchair Sports

No Limits Tahoe

Shared Adventures Santa Cruz

US Handcycling Federation

US Quad Rugby Association

* Most trash service companies offer a free trash can placement service for the disabled—you would not have to worry about placing your trash cans on the curb—they do it for you. Call your local trash service and ask them if they have a program for the disabled.


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