CQL Accreditation

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CQL Accreditation

This award confirms that the organization embraces person-centered solutions to improve the quality of life for people receiving supports and services.

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Our History

Learn about Orange Grove's founding in the 1950s, plus how we got our name!

our mission

It is our mission to recognize, support, and celebrate the qualities of the individual.

our vision

Orange Grove seeks to be a movement, not a place; seeks to be a community, not a setting; and seeks to be a practice, not a promise. We strive to ensure that everyone enjoys a truly inclusive daily experience by having partners and a purpose in the greater community.

Image of the CQL logo. The text reads: Accredited by CQL, The Council on Quality and Leadership

Orange Grove is proud to be Nationally Accredited by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL)

As an accredited organization, we focus on the following Basic Assurances for the people we support:

  • Rights, Protection and Promotion
  • Dignity and Respect
  • Natural Supports Networks
  • Protection from Abuse, Neglect, Mistreatment and Exploitation
  • Best Possible Health
  • Safe Environments
  • Staff Resources and Supports
  • Positive Services and Supports
  • Continuity and Personal Security
  • Policies and systems to support these Basic Assurances

In The News

Tommy Morris' Success Story

James credits Orange Grove for Tommy’s success by providing him the opportunity to explore his unique abilities in a comfortable environment.

Robbie Matthews' Success Story

Robbie and his family are an inspirational example of making the best of life’s circumstances, no matter how impossible to overcome they may seem.

Debbie and Matt's Sweet Success

Debbie Chadwick and Matthew (Matt) Ossewaarde have both continuously overcome many barriers to success from the moment a doctor gave them a diagnosis of Down syndrome. Refusing to let an extra chromosome define their lives, they alongside their families set out to create their own recipe for sweet success.

African Americans' Influence On Rights for Individuals with Disabilities

African Americans' influence on communities to push for equal rights to all and to recognize those who already doing amazing things, despite their disability or race, is paramount to today’s culture.