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Ability Counts - Riverside

Adult Employment
  • Location Address: 381 Main Street | Riverside, CA 92501
  • reviews Rating: 4.30 (20 reviews)
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About Ability Counts - Riverside

Ability Counts, Inc. is a nonprofit agency that provides vocational training and employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. ACI partners with companies all over the Inland Empire area in Southern California to bring together labor needs with quality workers.

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381 Main Street, CA, 92501

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4.30
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Martinez Alyssa
16 June 2024
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Everyone needs to know about this place. I was an employee i worked there for about 6 months. That place is cruel. You would think they would care and treat the autism adults with care they dont. All they did was always say rude things to us especially Laura she works at the Corona site but would come here and there to this site when I tell you she was soo disrespectful to us employees literally yelling at us making comments about peoples appearance how they were dressed and looked isnt okay at all. I stayed quit for to long due to I was afraid of losing my job me and other employees had to take in the disrespect it was awful no one wants to work at a work place like that. I can say me and only 2 other employees sincerely cared for the Autism adults we actually loved what we were doing as a job we would interact with them so well. As well they were so attached to me because they knew how genuinely I cared about them its like the job was mad how much the autism adults cared for me. I would never want to work at a place like that ever again that laura lady would make us feel so bad about ourselves as we were doing something bad when all we were doing was our job. I know at the end of the day I did my job I deeply cared for the Autism and that job didnt care at all they just want the . They act so fake towards the Autisms adults I would never recommend taking ur child there I deeply mean that.

Samantha Zazueta
16 March 2024
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This is a warm safe and caring place for disabled adults.

Michelle Maderick
16 March 2024
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This place is so awsome . My son worked here and is goi g back the counselors are so helpful and staff is great with thier consumers.

Patricia Gregg
16 June 2022
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Anthony Jordan
16 June 2022
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Christine Stewart
16 June 2022
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Its a nice place for special needs people they offer work in there facilities and out in the community doing other work.

Rachel Schneider
16 June 2020
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Excellent service and friendly jobcoachs

Jeanette Rojas
16 June 2020
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Amazing nonprofit

Michael-Davis
16 June 2020
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A place for disabilities to have a working background experience in the warehouse and in landscaping.

Jojo Andaya
16 June 2017

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