On Tuesday, Oct. 11 California Assemblymember Steven Choi, Ph.D. (68th District) visited the Irvine Therapy and Disability Service Center for a check presentation of $1 million for ESSC’s Severe Behavior Services. Assemblymember Choi had introduced Assembly Bill 179 that secured the funding. The presentation kicked off a $6-7 million fundraising effort with the goal of doubling the size of the program at a new Orange County facility.
Read the media release for more details and check out the video below for the event highlights.
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This is awesome! Congrats, SBS!! 🙂