Adult Day Program (ADP)

Villa Esperanza Services

UPDATED: December 2, 2021

The Adult Day Program (ADP) is tailored for adults 18 years and older with physical, mental or developmental challenges and provides Licensed Vocational Nurses to help meet the medical needs of our ADP participants. ADP offers a variety of services designed to maintain an individual’s independence and decrease social isolation.

Villa Esperanza Services serves intellectually/developmentally disabled individuals in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Villa is a unique service provider, offering individualized programs and a continuum of care over the course of a lifetime. Our comprehensive programs for children are centralized on a single campus and include the Villa Esperanza School, the Hjelte-Phillips Speech and Language Center, and occupational therapy clinic.

Our personalized programs for adults integrated throughout the community include Employment Services, family-style residential homes, independent living skills coaching, and day programs for adults and seniors. We change lives--from teaching a child with autism how to say "hello;" to giving an adult with Down syndrome the skills to earn a paycheck and the pride of having a job; to providing an intellectually disabled senior the opportunity to give back to the community through volunteering and helping others.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


Westminster Presbyterian Church
1757 North Lake Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91104
United States



(626) 398-4435



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