Services and Eligibility

Who is eligible for California AgrAbility services?

Anyone who resides in California living and employed with a disability or long-term health condition who works in agriculture. This includes:

  • Farm and/or Ranch Operators
  • Farm and/or Ranch Employees
  • Seasonal/Migrant Workers
  • Family Members of Workers

California AgrAbility assists people living and employed with a disability. Examples of disabilities include but are not limited to:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Amputation
  • Stroke
  • Vision or Hearing Impairment
  • Respiratory Diseases
  • Spinal Cord or Back Injury
  • Chronic Illnesses or pain

What services are provided?

  • Farm site assessments to identify daily farm and living tasks that are difficult while client is living and employed with the disability.
  • Recommendation of modifications, equipment, or assistive technology (AT) that will assist the client to complete tasks without further injury. 
  • Connection or referral to agency resources such as local or state programs that can help the client continue their work in agriculture successfully. Examples include peer support, transportation services, or clinical services.
  • Outreach and presentations to help farmers and ranchers continue to do what they love most safely. 


There are no fees to receive California AgrAbility services. However, California AgrAbility does not provide funding to start a farm or to purchase equipment and assistive technologies.