Our mission is to create opportunities and provide choices to individuals to maximize their independence and optimize their potential to live
within the community.
KCCDD adheres to the values of advancing Knowledge, being Creative in programs and activities, Caring about the needs of the individuals with whom we work, full Development of potential, and Dedication to the mission of the organization.
In December of 1956, a group of sixteen dedicated parents came together with a steadfast belief in establishing a school for their children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Since then, KCCDD has undergone many changes, but our beliefs have stayed true as we continually strive to provide the best services we can for the individuals we serve.
Today, we provide a variety of services for over 300 adults who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. We also operate the HUB, Phoenix Industries, Gordon Behrents Senior Center, and Camp Kidz.
American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Don Moss & Associates
Forefront & the Illinois Nonprofit Network
Galesburg Area Chamber of Commerce
Galesburg Area Transition Team
Illinois Adult Day Service Association
Illinois Partners for Human Service
Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities
Knox County United Way
Western Illinois Area Agency on Aging
State of Illinois Department of Human Services
State of Illinois Department on Aging
MEET SOME OF OUR TEAM
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Meet our Team
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KCCDD is grateful for the support and guidance of our Board of Directors.
Joe Cave, Steve Davis, Katie Houston, Diane Kroll, Mark Lee, Dedra Mannon, and Tiffany Springer
"Being a part of KCCDD, as a volunteer and a board member, means so much to me because it allows me to practice my passion and love for providing services and inclusive opportunities to our community members with special needs. It makes me so proud to stand beside such dedicated staff and amazing clients that make KCCDD an asset to our community."
- Tiffany Springer, KCCDD Board Member