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Who we are

Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned human services agency, dedicated to providing high quality services to support adults with developmental disabilities. We have an expertise in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in, through the implementation of structured community-based programs. We provide the following services: Supported Living Services, Residential Services and Adaptive Skills Training.

Our mission

To support individuals with developmental disabilities with a history of forensic involvement, live productive, law-abiding lives in the least restrictive community setting.

We believe that Hope Lives in second chances. We are passionate in our belief that people with developmental disabilities who have been involved in the criminal justice system deserve an opportunity to live productive, law-abiding lives in the least restrictive community setting. Our objective is to provide quality services and supports that will enable successful community services for individuals who may be challenging to serve. We strive to improve the lives of the people we support and the communities they live in through the implementation of structured community-based programs.

Our History

Omelagah, Inc. was founded in 2010 by Matthew and Ebony Omelagah. As the Forensic Social Worker at Golden Gate Regional Center, Ebony worked on over 500 cases involving individuals with developmental disabilities who had contact with the legal system. Over the years, Ebony became frustrated by the lack of community-based support for these individuals. Many service providers would refuse to work with these individuals once they understood they were forensically involved. This resulted in many institutional placements, homelessness and lack of quality service options. Convinced that many of the people she served would thrive in the community if provided with an opportunity, Ebony left her job at Golden Gate Regional Center to develop services to meet the unique needs of this population. Together with Matthew Omelagah, a Social Worker with experience in Social Enterprise Administration, Omelagah, Inc. was started. 

Today, Omelagah, Inc. employs approximately 150 team members providing support services to individuals with challenging service needs throughout Northern California.