The Our CHS Mission is “Life without Limitations”. That profound statement has provided the base from which all decisions about CHS programs are made. When we ask people what living a life without limitations means to them, we hear phrases like…I want to have a safe place to live, I would like to have enough money to be comfortable, I want to have friends and people around me that I trust, and I would like to feel that I am included in my community.
In 1955, the Crippled Children’s Center was founded as a cooperative service model by a group of innovative community members. The Center began with one teacher and 9 children and has grown to be the Center for Human Services today, serving over 4000 children and adults with disabilities and their families in multiple counties in Central Missouri. The Center for Human Services is an umbrella title which includes six (6) Corporations and four distinct program areas: Family and Child Development, Employment Services, Community Living, and Service Coordination.
The Center for Human Services various operating boards are made up of members of the community who invest their time and energy offering effective leadership. Each board performs independently creating a close cooperative partnership. The following boards ensure the community of the most efficient and operative means for providing the highest quality service.Read More