Indian Creek Foundation

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For 40 years, Indian Creek Foundation has served Bucks and Montgomery area children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Throughout the years, the Foundation has become a premier non-profit organization impacting lives in more ways than you may realize.

Mission Statement

To provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in and enrich the community throughout their lives.

Philosophy of Care Statement

Indian Creek Foundation is a community of caring, compassionate people, who accept others’ uniqueness as an essential part of our lives. We are dedicated to building meaningful relationships based on mutual respect, unconditional value and caring interactions among those whose lives we touch. It is our goal that all individuals will feel safe and engaged in nurturing ways that will empower them to build meaningful relationships with others.

Pastoral Care

A full-time interfaith chaplain is available to all individuals supported by the agency, as well as staff. Services include spiritual counseling, connection to local church congregations, visitation to housebound or hospitalized individuals and religious services.

For more information, contact the Pastoral Care Coordinator at (267) 203-1500 ext. 353.

Indian Creek Foundation does not discriminate in employment opportunities or admissions to its programs or services on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, English proficiency or any other characteristics protected by law.

 

What is Indian Creek Foundation?

Indian Creek Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities in Montgomery and Bucks counties. Indian Creek Foundation's mission is to provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in and enrich the community throughout their lives.

 

Who does Indian Creek Foundation serve?

The Indian Creek Foundation serves both children and adults with intellectual and development disabilities and their families. Additional services are also available for individuals with a dual diagnosis of an intellectual or developmental disability and a mental health challenge. Services are tailored to meet the needs of those partaking in the program, based on age and diagnosis.

The Indian Creek Foundation Service Guide, located on the right sidebar of this page, can further direct you to information regarding individual programs and services.

Board Members

Bruce Thomas - Chair
Steve Hunsberger - Vice Chair
Sandy Alderfer
Patrick Clarke
R. Lee Delp
Zach Derstine
Craig Edsill
David Eisen
David Guengerich, DMD
Timothy Mininger
Charlotte Rosenberger

 

 

American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
American Payroll Association
American Psychological Association
Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association (Pennsylvania Chapter)
Faith and Light
Franconia Mennonite Conference
Greater North Penn Collaborative for Health and Human Services
Harleysville Rotary Club
Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce
MAX (Montgomery County Association for Excellence in Service)
Mennonite Health Services
National Association for the Dually Diagnosed
NISH (a national nonprofit creating employment opportunities for people with significant disabilities by securing federal contracts)
North Penn Community Health Foundation
North Penn United Way
Penn Foundation
Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce
The Partnership TMA (Transportation Management Associates)
PANO (Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations)
PAR (Pennsylvania Association of Resources)
Society for Human Resources Management
Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce
Thomas Jefferson University Occupational Therapy Program
Villanova University School of Nursing