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We are a trusted provider of services to adults living with developmental disabilities – in our 17 homes or on their own throughout the greater Grand Rapids area. We advocate for and assist them in living as productively and independently as possible. The individuals we serve have diverse backgrounds, interests and abilities. We give them the support they need to reach their full potential in everything they do.
Every member of the Thresholds team is fully invested in our mission and core values. Our nearly 200 employees tirelessly work to assist our persons served and their families.
Community leaders, passionate citizens and caring individuals make up our board of directors, ensuring Thresholds establishes and upholds the high standards and values required to make our organization run.
State Network Director
West Michigan Aviation Academy
Director, Leadership Team Effectiveness
Process Improvement Specialist
Pediatric Nurse, Corewell Health
Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Jane Owen, Chair
Retired, Beene Garter, a Doren Mayhew Company
CEO/Owner, Global Windows
Accountant, Partner at Brickley Delong
Retired System of Care Manager, Network180
Retired Finance Professional
Thresholds is a non-profit agency serving Kent County residents who have a developmental disability. We began nearly 50 years ago in Kent County at the forefront of serving individuals with developmental disabilities who were moving out of institutions.
We have always been innovative in the way we provide and coordinate various services. We were groundbreaking in the way we integrated those with developmental disabilities into the community. We moved people into homes in neighborhoods, encouraging them to be full community participants through everyday activities like going to events, entertainment venues, tourist stops, places of worship and restaurants.
We provide services wherever the person lives, tailoring supports to individual needs and goals. Our homes are attractive, well maintained and functional, providing safety and comfort for our residents. We foster independence for our individuals through skill development, structured activities and positive social interaction.
Our professional services inspire trust and take away the worry. Guardians and families of those we serve know that we approach each person as an individual and respond to their specific needs.
We work collaboratively with other organizations providing services for persons with disabilities. We are knowledgeable and work efficiently with bureaucracies, cutting through red tape and achieving the desired outcomes for those we serve. We also do not shy away from providing needed services for people with behavioral challenges and we do so with empathy and respect.