For 60 years Glenkirk has been driven by our mission to provide quality, lifetime supports and services that empower individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully in all areas of community life. Glenkirk offers a variety of residential, day and employment programs, as well as respite, medical, behavioral and home-based services.

 

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About Glenkirk

  • The Keystone Alliance

    The Keystone Alliance was founded in 2009 through a unique partnership between two like-minded nonprofits with similar missions, Glenkirk and Search, Inc. We formed the Keystone Alliance with the belief that by joining forces and working collaboratively, both organizations could strengthen their missions and grow their programs.

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  • Glenkirk Enterprises

    The small business enterprises of Glenkirk generate earned income that helps to support important programs and services for people with intellectual disabilities.

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  • Volunteer at Glenkirk

    Glenkirk depends on people just like you who volunteer their time, energy and talents to improving the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities.

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Latest Updates

  • Glenkirk Year in Review – 2014 Annual Report
    Glenkirk Year in Review – 2014 Annual Report

    It’s time once again to pause for a moment and take stock.  Looking back, 2014 was a year of great promise for Glenkirk, the individuals we are proud to serve and all of our valued families and grassroots supporters.  It was a year marked by restoration and innovation, with a number of our ambitious initiatives coming to fruition.

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  • Staff Spotlight - Val Giuroiu
    Staff Spotlight - Val Giuroiu

    Glenkirk's mission has long been dedicated to providing quality and lifelong supports that help to empower the individuals we serve so they can participate fully in all areas of community life.  Our staff highlight is an employee who has perpetuated that mission in her role in one of our community homes.

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  • Governor Proposes Deep Budget Cuts - Open Letter from CEO John Lipscomb
    Governor Proposes Deep Budget Cuts - Open Letter from CEO John Lipscomb

    Last Spring, the legislature passed a $35.7 billion budget for FY 15 that didn’t allocate enough money for the entire fiscal year. The crafting of that budget was a political decision to avoid a debate on whether to extend the state's income tax increase until after the November election. The legislature didn't address the issue in their fall veto session and the tax increase rolled back on Jan. 1. Now, this roughly $2 billion chicken is about to come home to roost.

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