Evergreen ADC was established on May 1, 1979 by its founder Deanna Lubrin Corpuz. It is a Department of Social Services licensed facility and vendorized by the Department of Developmental Services. EADC serves individuals 18 and above with Intellectual Disabilities and related conditions.
Evergreen ADC aims to provide training programs that will increase participants' skills to their highest potential. The focus of training is Home and Community Based services; these skills will be achieved through a well designed Person Centered Service plan.
Evergreen ADC is nestled on a 4.1 acre of land located in South Central San Jose. This location provides ample space for participants to enjoy outdoor activities of their choice: volleyball, basketball, paved dancing area for celebrations, and other activities: garden and nipa huts for natures' watch and walks, picnic and BBQ areas. The building has nine spacious rooms for indoor activities. See a Virtual Tour of our Facility.
Who We Serve
Evergreen ADC serves individuals with Restricted Health Conditions, Elderly, participants needing Sensory Stimulation, Behavioral Intervention Program, and High Functioning individuals preparing to enter employment opportunities in the community.
Evergreen ADC has been in operation since 1979; it is Deanna Lubrin Corpuz' legacy which she has handed to her children under the leadership of Caroline Corpuz Mayo
EADC management and staff are dedicated individuals who have been caring and supporting the participants. Their services are very well appreciated.