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Camphill Communities California

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General Agency Information
Name:Camphill Communities California
Address:P.O. Box 221
Soquel, CA  95073
Primary Phone:831-476-7194
Fax Number:831-476-0690
Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Description:Camphill Communities California is a life-sharing community for adults with developmental disabilities located near Santa Cruz, California.

Founded by Karl Konig and inspired by the anthroposophical teachings of Rudolf Steiner, Camphill California is part of the International Camphill Movement, a worldwide initiative for social change with over a hundred affiliates worldwide that provide residential care for people with developmental disabilities.

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH: We have volunteers from several countries but English is spoken around our residents.

ELIGIBILITY: Residents must be a client of the California Regional Center system.
Mission:Our mission is to create a community that supports all individual abilities and recognizes the potential of every person.
Programs:Residents of Camphill California are dedicated organic, biodynamic gardeners. During our long growing season, we produce more than one third of the fruits and vegetables that we consume from over seven acres of carefully tended land, including a small vineyard donated by Bonny Doon.

In addition to gardening, residents work in our weaving studio, crafting a variety of hand-woven items. Our culinary workshop is also a favorite workplace and produces products including soothing herb tea and delicious culinary mixes. Some Camphill residents even participate in supported employment programs.
Volunteer Info:Email
Languages other than English:See Description Notes
Accommodations for Disabled:Call for Information
Public Transportation:Call for information
Eligibility:See Description Notes
Fees:Call for Information
Areas Served:California
Funding Source:Contributions
State Government
Subject Headings
 Developmental Disabilities
Private Nonprofits
Supportive Housing
This record last modified January 4, 2016

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