About GAL Enterprises

GAL Enterprises Management

We offer over 29 years’ experience in the field of Intellectual Disability & Mental Health.

Specializing in teaching and instruction towards health and independence in:

  • Dual diagnosis
  • Transitional services for those moving from large institutional setting to community living

Our work is guided by the principles of Inclusion:

ALL PEOPLE have a RIGHT to live in their COMMUNITY with the RIGHT support and CHOOSE the PEOPLE and PLACES with which they would like to spend THEIR TIME.

We accept referrals through the Regional Center system & private self referrals are welcome!

About GAL Enterprises

Get A Life Enterprises is committed to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to learn at their pace to make their own choices and experience life to the fullest by offering educational support and guidance to realize their individual potential in their own home and community.

EDUCATION

Education is the act or process of imparting or acquiring knowledge and developing the powers of reasoning and judgement and generally preparing intellectually for life’s challenges.

The anticipated individual outcomes of our services are to assist and support people to develop their understanding and participation in adaptive skills, social skills, vocational skills, maintaining health, personal safety, communication, behavior management skills, money management skills, and essential everyday skills we all need to have a happy productive life.

Our work is guided by the values of Inclusion, which holds that all people have a right to live in their communities and choose the people and places with which they would like to spend their time.

Office Hours: Monday thru Friday between 9.30am & 4.30pm

All services provided In: West Los Angeles & South Bay Areas

  • Our Commitment

    We are committed to supporting people with intellectual disabilities to become and remain active, contributing and valued participants in their communities.

  • Our Belief

    We believe that people with Intellectual Disabilities should have a choice in the type of support services they require, some people may choose to live with a peer roommate, or opt for a staff roommate or choose to receive support in a family environment.