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For a child or adult with an intellectual disability, boarding a bus, interviewing for a job, going to the dentist or getting ready for bed often can’t be done without a family member.
For their families, seeing their children grow up to achieve their dreams seems nearly impossible.
Until they find Peak Community Services.
Peak offers the help and resources these families need to live, learn and work toward their dreams of independence.
For over 60 years, we've supported the families in our communities – your neighbors and friends – by giving their loved ones opportunities to live, learn and work as independently as they can, and giving them the peace of mind that knowing their son, daughter, sister or uncle will be taken care of.
We can't do this without your support.
Please make a gift today. No gift is too small:
$25 supports transporting one person to and from our site (giving a family a much-needed break).
$45 supports one full day of industrial services training.
$100 supports four hours of employment services.
If you have any questions about your gift or Peak Community Services, please call Greg Packard, Director of Marketing at 574-753-4104(ext 129). We'd love to hear from you, Your donation will support services. Peak Community Services has been operating since 1955 and is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization, IRS Section 170(b)(2)(iii). Deductions are eligible from the federal and state income taxes.
Karen lives at Peak group home in Winamac and she loves spending time with her father. She visits him at his home every other weekend.
She is a fan of country music. We aren’t talking county pop, we're talking real country music. Her favorite performers are Conway Twitty and Donna Fargo.
Karen is a shopper. She will shop anywhere and everywhere and particularly likes to go to garage sales. Karen likes to get out into the community and would someday like to live in her own home.
Jim's mother was a champion in the field of developmental disabilities starting in the early 1950's. She was a staunch supporter of this organization from the beginning.
Jim attended Jefferson and Hendricks Schools, both established by the forerunner of this agency. He started working at Logansport's Work Services as a teenager.
Jim is very active in the community. He is an avid church member and enjoyed the many roles he portrayed with the Logansport Civic Players. Jim loves to dance and can be found break dancing when a favorite songs comes on. He also exercises at the Cass County Family Y and participates in Special Olympics.
Kati is a family woman. She spends a lot of time with her mother, father, brother and sister-in-law. She likes to talk on the telephone. She also likes to dress in her best outfit and go somewhere special.
Kati has worked at Winamac's Work Services for several years and has made many friends. She has the best of both worlds: She is living as independently as she can, and she has the comfort of her family close by.