Jubilee Association of Maryland, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
Issues: Disabilities, Human Services
Location: 10408 Montgomery Ave 2nd Floor Kensington MD 20895 USA
Direct beneficiaries per year: 150
Geographic areas served: Montgomery County, Maryland
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Jubilee is more than a residential service provider. They truly cultivate a sense of community for the individuals they serve as well as the employees.
I have a person with special needs in my immediate family and have seen many providers over the years. Jubilee impresses me as an agency that has earned its reputation for strong community support services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. One to one support counselors and residential counselors make it their business to work with individuals on a personal level - no one is just another client. These people really care and act professionally in all they do.
Jubilee Association of Maryland provides excellent residential services and supports to adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities in Montgomery County, Maryland. Their beliefs in the dignity of each person, and their encouragement to bring out the best in each person they serve are two of their strongest qualities. Jubilee Association of Maryland works with each client to be sure that he or she receives the services that he or she wants, as well as needs. Jubilee staff listen to their clients and encourage their clients to advocate for themselves, to know that they're being heard and understood, and to know and feel that the staff and community care for them. Jubilee clients know that they're integral to their communities, and Jubilee helps the people they serve to contribute to their communities and to be full and active members of their communities.
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