Programs & Services Mountain Shadows Support Group | Mountain Shadows Ancillary Services

Mountain Shadows Programs & Services

Mountain Shadows Support Group
(MSSG) is the nonprofit parent organization to Mountain Shadows Ancillary Services and Mountain Shadows Foundation as well as being comprised of the two residential entities: Mountain Shadows Community Homes - San Diego and Mountain Shadows Community Homes - Riverside.

Mountain Shadows Ancillary Services (MSAS), is nonprofit organization comprised of eight entities: Mountain Shadows Outreach Services (MSOS), Mountain Shadows New Beginnings (MSNB), Mountain Shadows Tailored Day Program (MSTDP), Mountain Shadows Independent Living Services (MSILS), Mountain Shadows Respite Care Program (MSRP), Mountain Shadows In Home Day Program (MSIHDP), Mountain Shadows Representative Payee Program (MSRPP) and Mountain Shadows Transportation.

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MSCH offers around-the-clock supervision and care in a residential program specifically designed to cater to individuals with intellectual disabilities. 

MSOS is a licensed adult day program fueling the growth of each individual’s abilities by enhancing life, leisure, and work skills.

MSNB is a licensed day program in San Marcos serving individuals with intellectual disabilities and behavioral challenges.

Mountain Shadows Support Group

MSTD provides a customized day program schedule with a focus on post secondary education, community integration, and/or volunteer opportunities. 

MSIL supports individuals in their pursuit to live on their own successfully by providing personalized skill instruction.

Mountain Shadows Respite Care

MSRC provides one-on-one, short-term, in-home respite care for families within North San Diego County.

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Mountain Shadows Representative Payee

MSRPP works to meet the needs of individuals who require assistance managing their monthly expenses, and helps to prevent or end financial exploitation.

Mountain Shadows is dedicated to ensuring that individuals with intellectual disabilities have equal opportunities for transportation.