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INDIAN CREEK FOUNDATION

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Developmentally Disabled Centers, Disabilities, Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Residential Care & Adult Day Programs

Mission: To provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in and enrich the community throughout their lives.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 1200 individuals with developmental/intellectual disabilities and autism.

Geographic areas served: Bucks and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania

Programs: The residential division offers a continuum of individualized services to support people in exploring their place in the community. Twenty-four hour a day care is provided in homes throughout the area. Services include medication management and administration, transportation, personal care, goal-setting and engagement in community activities.

the behavioral health services division provides behavioral health supports to children and adults, who have an intellectual or developmental disability and co-occurring mental health challenges. Home and community based supports incorporate the use of positive approaches, relationship development, skill building and environmental adaptations to promote positive behaviors.

the vocational services division provides vocational training, employment and day program options for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Residents of indian creek foundation and other adults in the community are offered a variety of support options including supervised and community employment and supported volunteerism.

the community based services division provides long and short-term supports to children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities that live with their families in the community. Services are designed to promote independence, to provide training and assistance to family members and to create connections to services within the community.

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My comments are primarily directed to the BHRS Program, which primarily is entrusted with providing in-home support services that will benefit clients with an autism spectrum disorder in a meaningful way, which is NOT done. ICF administrators & managers abuse their authority to intimidate, threaten, & retaliate against those individuals who oppose complying with adminisytrative directives that are NOT in the clients best interests & which violate law, statute, & regulation.