In 2014-15, Albertina Kerr continued to expand the capacity and breadth of our services for people with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges. Read the full report here.
In addition to the Community Promise capital campaign to build the Campus for Children’s Mental Health, we have expanded our promise to Oregon’s children and families in a variety of ways over the past year:
PROJECT SEARCH: In collaboration with Kaiser Permanente, the State Office of Developmental Disabilities and the State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, we implemented Project SEARCH, a national job training program for young adults with developmental disabilities.
CRISIS STABILIZATION GROUP HOMES: We were selected to start a new crisis stabilization group home for youth with developmental disabilities. We also started two new group homes for transition-age (18-24)
young adults with developmental disabilities.
EQUITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION: Our ongoing commitment to strengthening our equity, diversity and inclusion focus continued to ensure we are implementing best practices to foster a culturally responsive
and diverse community, inspiring all members and enriching our capacity to achieve Kerr’s mission.
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Albertina Kerr Centers and Foundation Consolidated Audit 2015
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