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Off-Campus Resources

SDR does not guarantee that the websites listed below are accessible or current. Please use due diligence.

For mobility resources, please see our CSUMB Mobility Guide below.

Disability & Health Services

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  • A Wheelchair Rider’s Guide to the California Coast — Accessible parks, trails, historical sites, and other points of interest.
  • CA State Parks — Describes all state parks and other facilities operated by the State Department of Parks and Recreation.
  • Christine Marie Star Riders — A non-profit therapeutic and recreational horseback riding program for children and adults located in Marina, CA
  • Golden Access Passport (federal) — For citizens or permanent residents of the Unites States who are blind or permanently disabled. The Golden Access Passport is a lifetime entrance pass to national parks, monuments, historic sites, recreation areas, and national wildlife refuges that charge an entrance fee. The pass admits the bearer and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle if a park has a per vehicle entrance fee. Where a per person entrance fee is charged, the Golden Access Passport admits the bearer, spouse, and children.
  • Scuba Diving — Contact SDR and Kinesiology Department for adaptive diving options. For adaptive scuba instructor certification, contact NIADD National Instructors Association for Divers with Disabilities.
  • Shared Adventures — Founded on the belief that recreation, fun, challenge and access to the outdoors are an essential part of a healthy and fulfilling life, Shared Adventures is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people living with disabilities.
  • Soccer for people in wheelchairs — City of Hollister, Special Populations Programs.
  • Special Parents Information Network — Supporting families who have children with special needs. SPIN Website includes local resources list with a section on Recreation.
  • Sports Abilities — A national resource for people with disabilities to find advocacy, resources and support for recreation, to help improve participation and peoples lives. Includes calendars for every state.
  • Surfing (adaptive) — Consult Kinesiology Department and SDR. Consult Shared Adventures in Santa Cruz. Also: Adaptive Surf Instructor Certification Program via the San Luis Obispo / Pismo Beach Association of Amputee Surfers.


Monterey-Salinas Transit Meetings: Provide your feedback to improve public transit!

Send or call in comments for the Mobility Advisory Committee (MAC) & the ADAPT-R meetings. Visit Mobility Advisory Committee for meeting times and locations. Give MST feedback onlineor by phone at 1-888-MST-BUS1.