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Clausen House, Inc.

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Causes: Developmentally Disabled Centers, Disabilities, Group Homes, Human Services, Job Training, Vocational Rehabilitation

Mission: We create opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to gain competency, develop relationships and join the community with increasing command over their own lives. We provide Residential Services, Independent and Supported Living, Supported Employment, Adult Education and Recreational Programs. We celebrate the diversity of the Bay area and work towards reflecting this diversity throughout our organization.

Programs: Residential - Three group homes in Oakland housing 36 men and women with a meal program and medical assistance. Adult Education - To develop academic and social skills, a wide range of subjects are taught from basic money management, to basic computer skills, art, yoga, Spanish, photography and cooking. Supported Employment - Assists clients in developing appropriate work habits, and supports employers to insure success. Independent and Supported Living - Helping adults to live on their own while still giving them the support they need. Typical kinds of support include food shopping, medical assistance, household management and bill paying. Social Recreation - Any kind of recreation, theatre, dance, symphony performances, sporting events, and vacation destinations in which clients interact with other adults in the world, to develop cultural awareness and greater social skills.

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Rating: 5

Awesome, inspiring organization with amazing people and programs.

Review from Guidestar



Rating: 1

Not impressed. Surprised it has lasted this long.

Comments ( 1 )


jess 06/16/2011

This is a false review by someone who was not hired and never engaged with (much less volunteered for) Clausen House. Great Nonprofits will not remove the review, despite advocacy to do so by the 2 organizations this person slandered. We invite everyone to write real reviews of Clausen House. We also urge Great Nonprofits to review and revise their Code of Conduct and due diligence process around false reviews. The misconduct and negligence of a few can seriously damage support for services provided to many who need it in our communities.