NOTICE: COVID-19 UPDATE
- Updated - 1/20/2022
The Antelope Valley Foundation for the Developmentally Disabled has limited in-person services for essential programming only to keep our staff, clients and community safe. AVFDD in-person services will remain partially closed until further notice based on local, state, and federal guidance. We are currently offering Alternative Services to our clients through limited on-site activities, home visits, packages, telehealth, and zoom activities.
Stay tuned for exciting news in 2022 as Daystar works to evolve its programs for an enriched, community integrated, person-centered, and employment-focused experience!
Please contact us anytime for information and resources available during this time at (661) 945-7290
We hope to see everyone back soon!
The mission of the Antelope Valley Foundation for the Developmentally Disabled is to provide quality, educational and training experiences designed to enhance the capacity of our participants to achieve the highest level of life and satisfaction.
- Community Integration
- Attendance of 90%
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