To provide long term, community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The individuals we support have unique needs and endless abilities. We achieve objectives by supporting increased independence, ability, and skill in accomplishing activities of daily living and lifelong goals. We empower individuals to contribute to their community, by fostering opportunities, engagement, and inclusion. PSRS puts people at the center of supports and services; compassion, relationships, advocacy, and specialized training are essential to our success.
A Community of Inclusion: People with intellectual and developmental disabilities participate fully in their communities, without barriers. They experience equity, civic engagement, and self-determination; free from social stigma and marginalization.
We act with honesty, transparency, and by upholding ethical standards. We believe in what we do, staying true to our mission in the face of uncertainty, adversity, and change.
We choose every day to meet challenges head-on with purpose and resolve. We hold ourselves to a higher standard through individual and collective actions, ownership of our responsibilities, and an uncompromised commitment to the health and safety of the people we support.
We are connected within, built on a foundation of diverse backgrounds and perspectives, unified by a strong sense of respect, trust, and shared passion for the work we do. We reach outward to promote understanding and acceptance of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and to enrich our communities through mutual engagement and inclusion.
We embrace the ideals of supported living, providing quality services that empower and teach individuals to live successfully in their communities, with a focus on improving our programs, developing our team, and inspiring those we support to realize their full potential. We are leaders, partners, and participants in endeavors that have a positive impact on the lives of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.