United Cerebral Palsy of Greater St. Louis

Address: 8645 Old Bonhomme Road
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: (314) 994-1600 Fax: (314) 9940179 Email: forkoshr@ucpstl.org Website: http://www.ucpheartland.org/contact/locations/


"UCP of Greater St. Louis offers opportunities in supported employment, community integration, support services, assisted living, and intake and referral services for individuals with disabilities and their families. Early intervention is provided in conjunction with the Missouri First Steps program. 
UCP of Greater St. Louis offers a wide variety of programs that advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. We believe that all people should have the right to live, work and socialize in the community of their choosing. And, we’re working to make that goal a reality.
Since its early beginnings, UCP of Greater St. Louis has been committed to maintaining exceedingly high standards as evidenced by its long-standing national accreditation by The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF).  As part of one of the nation’s largest health charities, United Cerebral Palsy affiliates are leaders in providing innovative programs and services to more than 176,000 children and adults with disabilities every day. Our volunteers are engaged ambassadors helping us fulfill our mission to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities. We make a difference not only in the lives of the children and adults we serve, but also in the communities we are a part of as employers contributing to local economies.
As a one of the nation’s leading organizations serving and advocating for the more than 54 million Americans with disabilities, United Cerebral Palsy is an accredited organization known for our service-based, individual-focused approach. Our strength as a nationwide network grows out of a long history of service and unwavering commitment for more than 55 years to advancing the full citizenship of people with disabilities."

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