Our country is in pain. The deaths of so many…George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others are sad reminders of the racial injustice that is so common in our communities and, perhaps, experienced by some in the Indian Creek family. At Indian Creek we celebrate our diversity and the Leadership Team wants you to know that we stand with those who are fighting for justice and equality.
It is the responsibility of all of us to fight against systems of oppression. The unity of our nation depends on everyone being treated equally under the law. The Leadership Team is committed to recognize and resolve inequalities within our organization and the communities in which we serve.
We stand in solidarity with our black community in the fight for justice and equality.
We are still hiring at Indian Creek Foundation and we have new increased pay rates for our Residential Program!! Please apply on line today!
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Our Director of Development recently discussed ICF’s homeless mat project with Jill Horner of Comcast Newsmakers.
The program is done in partnership with Integrate for Good and Norristown Police Department.
Amanda Pfister, Director of Behavioral Health Services, talks about programming for school age and older youth with Autism. The TASP and TAY programs are highlighted.
Click here to see the full interview.
Indian Creek Foundation’s Behavioral Health Services Department has been providing services for youth and adults with autism for over 20 years. We are the only service provider in Montgomery County to offer a full continuum of services from early childhood through adulthood. For more information, contact Amanda Pfister, Director of Behavioral Health services at 267-203-1500 x 301.