United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay
We disassemble down to component parts and ensure the hard drives are destroyed.
We see your electronic waste is sent to certified facilities for safe recycling and not to a landfill.
X-ray film is chemically processed and the heavy metals are removed for safe disposal.
Plastics are chipped and ground down to be used in the next generation of parts.
We grind any E-media devices into pellets for complete safety.
Today, proper destruction of sensitive materials is more important than ever. Recent State and Federal legislation requires organizations to take an active role in preventing unauthorized access to their sensitive information.
Gone For Good adheres to the highest levels of security in the industry. We are AAA Certified by NAID (National Association for Information Destruction). We are members of the SDA and our operational policies and procedures ensure a consistent closed chain-of-custody.
Drop Off Locations: 2860 Cordelia Road, Suite 100, Fairfield, CA 94534
Petaluma Recycling Center, 315 Second Street, Petaluma, CA 94954
|Secure Document Destruction||Complete Recycling Services||Document Management|
Pick-ups on your schedule
Express and emergency services
Purge services without containers
Paper, Cardboard, and Plastic materials
Document Archival and Retrieval
Consulting Services and Support
Mission, Vision, and Values
UCP of the North Bay Mission Statement
To enhance the quality of life of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, their families, and their communities.
UCP of the North Bay Vision
We envision a future where people with disabilities live with dignity, participate meaningfully and experience success.
UCP of the North Bay Goals
- Advance the independence of people with disabilities
- Strengthen programs, services, and advocacy
- Uphold the dignity of people with disabilities
- Improve public awareness and understanding
- Identify and respond to community need
- Assure excellence with human resources
- Increase volunteerism and financial resources
UCP of the North Bay is a locally run, 501(c) (3) organization founded in 1981 after the merger of UCP of Marin (1954) and UCP of Sonoma (1969). As an affiliate of UCP, we provide services for children and adults with disabilities and their families living in Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties. The national organization began in 1949 and their affiliates currently serve over 176,000 children and adults with disabilities and their families every day.
Other Services Offered to Individuals with Disabilities
Cypress Primary and Second Schools
Cypress School is a non-public school located in Sonoma County for children ages 5-22 with special education and behavioral needs that cannot be met in public schools.
OADS offers a variety of work, continuing education, and recreation opportunities to support people with disabilities in pursuing their dreams. OADS also offers transportation services, behavior support services, and volunteer opportunities.
WineBev Services is a social enterprise of UCP of the North Bay. Located in Napa County, WineBev Services is an employment program for adults with disabilities. Services include repacking, hand labeling, mobile bottling line support, and other jobs that our contract partners require.
UCP of the North Bay, a leader in employment for people with disabilities, offers a variety of supported employment services in Sonoma, Napa, and Solano Counties. Services are designed to help people with disabilities gain the skills to work independently or semi-independently.
We provide a variety of camp and adapted physical education activities for children and adults.
- Recycling Services
- E-Media Destruction
- Secure Document Destruction
- Document Management
- Supported Employment
- Social Enterprises
- Recreation Services
Petaluma, CA 94954