Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain is a private, nonprofit organization serving children and adults with autism and other disabilities, along with disadvantaged families in Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.
Gary has been a participant with Easter Seals-Goodwill since he was a little boy. He has experienced many of our services, including home care for himself and his parents. Over the years, he remembers going to Cub Scouts, swimming therapy, shredding paper and hanging clothes. Most recently, Gary enthusiastically attends the Adult Day program in Great Falls, Montana.
Our mission of creating opportunities that change lives is accomplished by providing direct services such as vocational, recreational and day habilitation programs for adults; autism services, pediatric therapy and early intervention services for young children; adult day care, case management, home care, home health services, hospice, support groups, equipment loan, and information and referral assistance.
The organization provides services in 57 locations across our four-state region and maintains Goodwill retail stores and job training sites in Montana, Utah and southern Idaho locations.
All of the organization's administrative operations, including accounting, development, information management services, human resources and payroll, are handled from the regional service center located in Great Falls, MT, which not only avoids duplication but also keeps administrative and overhead costs at a minimum.
Though Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain is an independent, autonomous organization governed by a volunteer board of directors, it is affiliated with both National Easter Seals and Goodwill Industries International.
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