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Achieve Tahoe

Our Mission is to provide affordable inclusive physical and recreational activities that build health and confidence.

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Adaptive Athletics Association

-To further promote an active lifestyle through the introduction of wheelchair tennis and other adaptive sports for disabled children and adults and their families. -To involve individuals with physical disabilities (and their families) in a sports activity that they may participate in together. Through participation in sports and recreation activities all participants will increase their physical fitness, personal socialization, confidence and independence.


Adaptive Sports and Recreation Association

The Adaptive Sports & Recreation Association’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children and adults with physical disabilities through sports and recreation. ASRA works to coordinate and foster a program of adaptive sports for individuals with a permanent physical disability that prevents them from participating in sports and athletics by providing competitive league sports, recreational team sports, instructional camps, sports clinics, and offers other adaptive sports based on need and interest.


Amazing Surf Adventures

Amazing Surf Adventures (ASA) develops community programs which utilize surfing, along with other activities, to help individuals change their perspective and overcome their personal challenges.


Angel City Games

Angel City Games featured Adaptive Sports Clinics, Competition and Special Events for Athletes of All Ages and Ability Levels.


Angel City Sport

Angel City Sports’ mission is to create sports opportunities across Southern California for kids, adults and veterans with physical disabilities. Through clinics and competitions, access to equipment, athlete training and development, and community leadership, Angel City Sports has built a nationally recognized adaptive sports program with support from partners such as U.S. Paralympics, LA2028, USA Volleyball, US Tennis Association and USA Track and Field. The Angel City Games is one of the largest adaptive sports competitions in the Western US, uniting the broader community of athletes, families, programs and partners. Launched in 2015, this annual celebration of adaptive sport serves hundreds of athletes who travel from across the US and abroad to participate. Local programs, clinics and events throughout the year cover a wide range of adaptive sports such as wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, track and field, swimming, archery, sitting volleyball, golf and more. The organization also supports emerging school-based programs through adaptive sports equipment rental, coaching education and athlete development.

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Argo Challenge

The mission objectives of Argo Challenge are to educate the public about and enhance the public perception of the significant contributions the disabled members of each community can make to the whole, to advance the adaptive technologies assisting disabled individuals to maximize their contribution in a larger inclusive society, to inspire disabled individuals to set their goals as high as possible in their personal, professional and recreational lives, to create a more diverse, inclusive sense of community in which all are welcome to participate on all levels.


Artistic Swimming for Athletes with Disabilities (Artistic Swim AWD)

Promote the sport of artistic swimming amongst our youth and adults with disabilities and special needs. To globally expand artistic swimming to the disabled population and introduce the enrichment, athleticism and therapeutic value that artistic swimming can bring to the lives of many. We offer competitive and recreational training with opportunities to participate in local, state, national and international competitions and exhibitions.

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Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors (BAADS)

The Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors (BAADS) seeks to make all aspects of sailing accessible. To fulfill this mission, we offer weekly dinghy sailing, keelboat sailing, and Veterans sailing out of South Beach Marina, adjacent to AT&T Park. In addition to our weekly sailing programs, BAADS hosts and participates in a variety of regattas and informal races both locally and internationally.


Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program

BORP’s mission is to improve the health, independence, and social integration of people with physical disabilities of all ages through participation in sports, recreation and fitness activities.


Bicycling Blind Los Angeles

The U.S. Blind Tandem Cycling Connection endeavors to increase the participation of individuals who are visually impaired or blind in the exhilarating sport of tandem cycling. We serve as a resource to: Connect blind and visually impaired cyclists with sighted cyclists Educate people about tandem cycling Disseminate information about cycling clubs, events, and opportunities Address the needs of the blind tandem cycling community


Blind Stokers Club

The Blind Stokers Club (BSC) has roots from 2005, based on teamwork and mentoring, to introduce and share the simple pleasures of recreational bicycling with those who cannot see well enough to pilot a bike. Birthplace and base camp for the BSC is San Diego, California USA, however you can live anywhere and be associated with the Club. The Club operates by forming teams and conducting rides. Teams are composed of 3 parts: stoker, captain, and tandem bike.


Boyle Heights Kodiaks Wheelchair Basketball

Registered wheelchair basketball team with the NWBA.


Break The Barriers, Inc.

As pioneers in the world of Inclusion we actively participate in all communities to make a difference in our diverse world, breaking all barriers experienced by people of all Abilities.


C.O.R.E. Centers, LLC

C.O.R.E. (Center of Restorative Exercise) is a niche center that fulfills a unique need by providing the benefits of ongoing restorative exercise for individuals with chronic illness and/or debilitating conditions. It is C.O.R.E.'s belief and enduring philosophy that the risk of secondary complications and degenerative changes that typically follow a disabling condition may be prevented and/or significantly reduced if restorative exercise became an important part of the daily routine of every individual.