AbilityOne

The AbilityOne Program is a Federal initiative to help people who are blind or have other significant disabilities find employment by working within a national network of over 600 Nonprofit Agencies that sell products and services to the U.S. government. The AbilityOne vision is to enable all people who are blind or living with significant disabilities to achieve their maximum
employment potential. This vision requires leadership committed to integrity. 


Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation

Through responsiveness to a dynamic and diverse environment, CARF serves
as a catalyst for improving the quality of life of the persons served by CARF-accredited organizations and the programs and services they provide.

The CARF family of organizations currently accredits more than 47,000 programs and services at more than 21,000 locations on five continents. More than 8 million persons of all ages are served annually by more than 6,000 CARF-accredited providers. Their services include; Aging, Behavioral Health, Business Services Management Networks, Child and Youth, Employment and Community, Vision Rehabilitation, Medical Rehabilitation and Medical Equipment Needs. We Welcome our CARF Surveyors February 18-20, 2015!


Department of Veteran Affairs

To fulfill President Lincoln's promise “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s veterans.


Department of Social & Health Services

The Department of Social and Health Services is an integrated organization of high-performing programs working in partnership for statewide impact to help transform lives.

The Department’s mission is to improve the safety and health of individuals, families and communities by providing leadership and establishing and participating in partnerships.

They work hard to reduce poverty, improve safety and health status and increase educational and employment success to support people and communities in reaching their potential.

Each year, more than 2.2 million children, families, vulnerable adults and seniors come to them for protection, comfort, food assistance, financial aid, medical and behavioral health care and other services.


Washington State Developmental Disabilities Association

(previously Division of Developmental Disabilities)

The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) endeavors to make a positive difference in the lives of people eligible for services, through offering quality supports and services that are: individual/family driven; stable and flexible; satisfying to the person and their family; and able to meet individual needs. Supports and services shall be offered in ways that ensure people have the necessary information to make decisions about their options and provide optimum opportunities for success.



NAID National Association of Information Destruction

NAID® is the international trade association for companies providing information destruction services. Suppliers of products, equipment and services to destruction companies are also eligible for membership. NAID's mission is to promote the information destruction industry and the standards and ethics of its member companies.



SOURCEAMERICA (formerly NISH)

SourceAmerica is a national nonprofit agency whose mission is to create employment opportunities for people with significant disabilities by securing federal contracts through the AbilityOne Program for its network of community-based, nonprofit agencies. 

SourceAmerica has regional offices in California, Washington, Virginia, Georgia, Texas and Illinois. Among its services, affiliated agencies are offered regulatory assistance; information technology support; engineering, financial and technical assistance; legislative and workforce development assistance; communications and public relations expertise; and an extensive training program.




Rotary International

Employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. Partners for Work is a Rotary District 5030 project that creates employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities by utilizing Rotarian business leadership as a vital link between job candidates and paid work. Rotary international District 5030 Partners for Work.



United Way

United Way Worldwide is the leadership and support organization for the network of nearly 1,800 community-based United Ways in 45 countries and territories. We envision a world where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives.



DDA

Peninsula Services is fortunate to be in the company of many wonderful and committed associations whose primary existence is to provide equal opportunities for people with disabilities. Many of these associations work tirelessly behind the scenes, helping to level the playing field for agencies such as Peninsula Services. The invaluable support they bring spans a great many challenges, from participating and enacting government legislation to  securing funding and equal rights, to training and employment for people with disabilities. 

Meet the dedicated associations who support our mission to create better opportunities for people with disabilities.

Together, we are building dreams—one beautiful life at a time.

Our Philosophy: At Peninsula Services we are dedicated to the philosophy that all persons have the ability to excel and to demonstrate competence. Our agency exists for the purpose of providing vocational and life enriching experiences that allow every individual the opportunity to grow, to achieve personal goals and to maximize their potential.

Our Core Values: Talents of All, Respect and Dignity, Ongoing Growth, Innovation & Creativity, The Pursuit of Excellence

Peninsula Services is a Non Profit Company
7500 Werner Rd., Bremerton, WA 98312
    Telephone: (360) 373-1446  |  Email: info@peninsulaservices.orgmailto:info@peninsulaservices.orgshapeimage_3_link_0

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