Dungarvin is a national organization of privately owned companies that are dedicated to providing high quality, community-based supports to people with developmental disabilities. Founded in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1975, Dungarvin has grown to serve approximately 2,125 people in 13 states. Dungarvin provides a variety of individually tailored services and supports under the Medicaid Home and Community Based Waiver. Additionally, Dungarvin provides services in several small homes licensed as Intermediate Care Facilities/Mental Retardation (ICF/MR) in Indiana. We also provide day services, supported employment, case management, supported foster care, children's services, respite care, and supports for traumatic brain injury services in several states. Dungarvin provides quality services that are flexible and responsive to individual needs and choices, while maintaining the fiscal integrity that ensures the long-term stability and security every person expects and deserves. Supporting people with developmental disabilities to achieve their fullest potential improves the quality of their life and that of the entire community. Dungarvin is proud to be a part of this enriching process.
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SomaliCan organization is what American people and government need in a non-profit oraganisation that serve and guide immigrant and refugee populations like the Somalians. I have been honored to attend to a meeting that SomaliCan organized to address the growing domestic violence incidents within the Somali community. In addition to inviting the who-is-who of Ohioans of Somali origin, SomaliCan was so modest, up-to-the point, humble, and result oriented throughout the event. I was really impressed.
COYAP is a good program for teenagers. My son has been with the program for about a year and I see alot of change in him. The COYAP staff are awsome