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At Emmaus, we know that the people we support want to be independent.
In order to do that, they need a community that embraces their unique abilities.
For over 125 years, as a faith-based organization, we have provided quality services, caring for the whole person for their whole life.
How We Help
Years of Supporting
Adults with Disabilities
Hours of Direct Support
Provided this Year
People Impacted Last Year
(Clients, Donors, Team & Volunteers)
The problem is that services for people with disabilities are underfunded and understaffed.
We believe everyone deserves the resources to live independently.
How Can YOU Get Involved?
Randy has always pushed himself to continue learning and developing independence. His selflessness has been shown time and time again through applying what he learns to help out Emmaus team members, his housemates and the greater community.
Brenda shares the impact Emmaus has made in her life and in the life of her son Brett. Hear how the love and compassion from Emmaus team members and housemates has helped him develop and grow to become more independent.
Mona was chosen as Direct Support Professional of the Year for the state of Missouri. Listen to her story about recognition, dedication, and commitment to true community inclusion for the individuals we support and why she loves being a DSP at Emmaus.
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Do You Want to Make a Difference?
By giving to Emmaus, you are making a difference that will increase independence, inclusion, and self-advocacy in the lives of adults with developmental disabilities.