Charity ReviewIssued: November 2016 Expires: December 2018
United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & Southwest Washington
Standards for Charity Accountability
United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & Southwest Washington meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.
The mission of United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Southwest Washington (UCP) is to advance the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
Incorporated: 1955 in OR
Also Known As: United Cerebral Palsy Association of Oregon & Southwest Washington, Inc. , UCP of Oregon and SW Washington
United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Southwest Washington supports individuals with cerebral palsy and other intellectual/developmental disabilities with the following programs and services:
UCP Connections Support Services Brokerage: Provides case management services, person-centered planning, and connects customers with paid supports and community resources to achieve life goals.
Family Support Services: Connects parents and caregivers to community resources, organizes inclusive outings, hosts parent support groups, facilitates a bi-annual conference, and administers a grant program for educational equipment. The unique 'Respitality' service offers parents a brief respite from caregiving and may include a certificate for a hotel stay, dinner, or fun activity.
Supported Living Services: Provides in-home supports to adults who experience a disability. Services range from daily or weekly drop-ins, to 24-hour dedicated staffing to individuals who are medically fragile, or who need assistance with personal care, household responsibilities, communicating, and/or engaging in their communities.
Employment Solutions Supported Employment Services: Assists job seekers who experience a disability to gain competitive employment by helping them identify their individual talents and interests. For employers we offer recruiting services and on-the-job training for qualified applicants. We also provide assistance with filing for applicable tax credits and ensuring ADA compliance standards are achieved.
Choices Community Inclusion Services: Assists adults who experience a disability to engage in their community and participate in the leisure, recreation, education, volunteering or pre-employment activities of their choosing. Each person is supported in identifying and evaluating the options and activities which are the most meaningful to them; so they can make informed decisions about how they choose to spend their time.
Building Blocks Children’s In-Home Services: Offers individualized in- home supports to children, and the families of children, who experience a disability. Supports may include: attendant care, relief care (respite), skills training, and community engagement.
Board Chair: Mr. Brad Parsons, Regional Sales Director Business Affiliation: Meadow Outdoor Advertising
CEO: Ms. Ann Coffey, Executive Director
Board Size: 13
% of Related Contributions on Fundraising: 1.10%
This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.
The following information is based on United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & Southwest Washington Audited Financial Statements for the fiscal year ending Tuesday, June 30, 2015.
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