Let’s See People, not Punchlines

It’s time to see people, not punchlines. That’s a theme for this year’s National Disability Awareness Month, which Carey Services and many other groups observe every March. This year is the 30th anniversary for this observance, and the official theme of “People, Not Punchlines” was selected to put a spotlight...

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Fall Family/Advocacy Meeting Nov. 9

Thank you for your continued interest and involvement in what is happening at Carey Services as, together, we turn abilities into opportunities for the individuals we serve. As we enjoy the fall colors and prepare for the holidays, our next quarterly meeting is rapidly approaching. Our fall quarterly meeting will...

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Article Highlights Thriving Families Partnership

Carey Services was recently featured in the Chronicle-Tribune in a page that describes the relationship the agency has developed with Thriving Families Thriving Grant County. The page highlights the relationship the two organizations have developed to improve early childhood education opportunities for Grant County families, and it also includes a...

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All People Are Valued

Carey Services’ board of directors and leadership have issued a statement on civil and human rights in our community. With a title of “All People Are Valued … Be a Movement … Make a Lasting Positive Difference” you can read the entire statement here.

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Council President Sends Support

Thank you to Marion City Council President Deborah Cain, who has sent a video supporting the Carey Services staff members who continue to support the individuals and families we are serving during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are all in this together! You can watch the video by clicking here.

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City Council Member Adds Support

Thank you to Marion City Council Member Don Batchelor for providing a video in support of Carey Services’ staff members supporting individuals and families in theses challenging times.   Carey Services has about 150 direct support professionals helping nearly 90 individuals remain safe and well in their homes. The Early...

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Agency Featured in Newspaper Special Section

Thank you to the Chronicle-Tribune for including Carey Services in the Hearts of Healthcare Grant County special section that was published this past weekend. Heidi Hutchinson, a direct support professional who works in our Upland group home, was featured in the article on how Carey Services is continuing to support...

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A Community of Support

Jim Allbaugh, Carey Services’ president and chief executive officer, has some thoughts to offer support to people in the community in this unique time and how you can help support the passionate front-line direct support professional heroes we have daily supporting the people we serve. You can view the video...

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You Can Help Our Heroes

As we deal with the COVID-19 crisis, Carey Services is committed to ensuring the safety of the individuals we serve, and the dedicated direct support professionals who are supporting them. We also dedicated to supporting the community and the many people in the community who support our work. You can...

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