Indian Creek Foundation has served Bucks and Montgomery County area children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities for nearly 50 years. Throughout the years, the Foundation has become a premier non-profit organization impacting lives in more ways than you may realize.

Our Mission

Empowering children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or autism, to maximize their personal potential and enrich their communities.

Our Values

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.

Our History

For nearly 50 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.

 

Although it wasn’t incorporated until 1975, the Foundation’s roots trace back to 1958, when a boy with a developmental disability was born to a local family. It was important to them that their son would have a place to live and work when they were no longer able to care for him; they turned to the community for help with their quest. At about the same time, the Franconia Mennonite Conference established a committee as part of their mission entitled “Indian Creek Haven”. The purpose of this mission was to provide outreach services to people living in the community with a developmental disability. It was this combination of one family’s search for answers and the Franconia Mennonite Conference’s mission that began the development of the organization that today touches more than 1200 lives in Bucks and Montgomery counties.

 

The connection to Mennonite churches in the area helped Indian Creek Foundation carve out a set of values that serve as guiding principles for the work being performed. Values such as compassion, mutual respect and meaningful relationships are the building blocks of the Foundation’s Philosophy of Care. This philosophy, which is instilled in each employee, is the essence of what happens at the Foundation each day.

 

Today, the Foundation continues to be guided by the core values that were developed 40 years ago. Though service delivery methods have changed over time one thing remains true, the Foundation is dedicated to the people it provides services for. With an ever-growing staff, a committed Board of Directors and the support of the community, the Foundation is poised to impact even more lives. From residential services to recreational activities to employment services and services within the family home, Indian Creek Foundation remains steadfast in its mission and focused on its future goals.

CIVIL RIGHTS STATEMENT

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.

COMPLIANCE

Our Compliance Program Plan covers the compliance issues, laws, regulations and guidelines that are relevant to a provider of services such as Indian Creek Foundation.

Our Code of Conduct is a shared responsibility that applies to every person at every level of our organization.  This includes employees, board of directors, independent contractors, subcontractors and vendors who may provide or are involved with healthcare or billing. Our Notice of Privacy Practices provides information regarding how medical information may or may not be shared.

Any questions regarding our Code of Conduct or Compliance Program Plan can be directed to Pat Lebo, Compliance Official, at plebo@www.indcreek.org or 267-203-1500 x 131.  Revised April, 2021.

BOARD MEMBERS

David Eisen – Chair

 

Jennifer Studt – Vice Chair

 

Bradley Bishop

 

Anthony DaCosta

 

Richard Delp

 

Craig Edsill

 

Daniel Esquirell

 

Jennifer Ginnetti

 

Deb Kunsch

 

Brandon McVaugh

 

Ashley Miller

 

Brett Moyer

 

Georgia Myers

 

Andrew Stankus

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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.


WHAT MAKES AN INDIVIDUAL ELIGIBLE FOR SERVICES?

Services are available to children and adults with an intellectual or developmental disability. Services are also available to individuals with a dual diagnosis of an intellectual or developmental disability and a mental health challenge.

More than 20 programs are available to individuals with these diagnoses. The Indian Creek Foundation Service Guide, located on the right on this page, can direct you to the full spectrum of services an individual may be eligible for.


HOW ARE INDIAN CREEK FOUNDATION’S SERVICES FUNDED?

A variety of payment options are available for Indian Creek Foundation programs. Program specific payer information is located with each respective program description on this site.

The Indian Creek Foundation Service Guide, located on the right of this page, can further direct you to information regarding these programs and their specific funding information.


WHERE IS INDIAN CREEK FOUNDATION LOCATED?

420 Cowpath Road
Souderton, PA 18964

Residential group homes are located throughout Montgomery and Bucks counties.


WHO SHOULD I CONTACT IF I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT A SPECIFIC PROGRAM?

  • Behavioral Health Services – Amanda Pfister, 267-203-1500 ext. 301
  • Donations/Volunteer Opportunities  Brett Wells, 267-203-1500 ext. 120
  • Human Resources – Kelli Larkins, 267-203-1500 ext. 329
  • Residential and Community Based Services  – Dwayne Gilliland, 267-203-1500 ext. 153
  • Day Services 267-203-1500 ext. 302

HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE TO INDIAN CREEK FOUNDATION?

Online donations are accepted through this website. Just select the DONATE button at the top, right of this page. Contributions can also be made my check made payable to Indian Creek Foundation and mailed to Indian Creek Foundation, 420 Cowpath Road, Souderton, PA 18964. Phone donations can be made by contacting Brett Wells, Director of Development, at 267-203-1500 ext 120.


HOW CAN I APPLY FOR A JOB WITH INDIAN CREEK FOUNDATION?

To apply for an available position, visit the employment section of this site. Information regarding available positions, benefits and an online application are available in this section.


HOW DO I FIND OUT ABOUT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE?

Indian Creek Foundation has a variety of volunteer opportunities available. For more information, visit the volunteer section of this site or contact John Hank at 267-203-1500, ext. 353


HOW CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT ICF’s FINANCIAL INFORMATION?

Our IRS 990 filings for the last three fiscal years can be accessed here: 2020 2019 2018