Indian Creek Foundation
The mission of Indian Creek Foundation is to provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in and enrich the community throughout their lives. Each year ICF positively impacts the lives of over 1200 people in Bucks and Montgomery counties. Our staff embrace the values of compassion, mutual respect, and meaningful relationships, which are the building blocks of our Philosophy of Care. Committed and supportive staff who embrace these values create opportunities to empower those they serve. Thus, persons with intellectual and development disabilities are seen as being unique and beautiful persons who have something to contribute to the community and world in which they live.
Services are provided in three primary areas:
Behavioral Health Services - We provide adults and children with a variety of services including assessment, behavioral health rehabilitation, wraparound services,
outpatient mental health, therapeutic afterschool, summer therapeutic activities, peer support services, and social skills programs.
Residential & Community Based Services - We provide a continuum of individualized services including 24-hour a day care to adults living in group homes as well as long-term and short-term supports to adults living in their own homes or with their families in the community.
Day Services - We provide vocational training, employment and day program options for adults including activities designed to help them explore potential careers, volunteerism, and opportunities for ongoing adult learning.