At Emmaus, we work to ensure that every person is seen. That each gift is cherished. That our differences make us stronger, and our togetherness makes us whole.
Emmaus has been providing homes and services for people with intellectual disabilities for 30 years, currently operating ten permanent homes, where people with intellectual disabilities receive 24-hour care and support. Through new partnerships in the community and with the support of volunteers and donors like you, members of the Emmaus Community are living amazing lives!
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Have Time and Energy to Spare?
There are many ways for volunteers to support our mission at Emmaus, whether spending time with our residents, sharing your professional skills, or getting your hands dirty with some hammers and paint!
Latest Emmaus Announcements
Thank you to all the students from Bishop Canevin High School who worked together to raise $1,250 to support the Emmaus Community!
Know someone who has dedicated their life to helping others? Don’t forget to submit your nominations for the 2020 Ken Wagner Award for Outstanding Service by 2/24/20!
Check out this new video from Emmaus resident Erin Gannon, who is featured in the new Disability Inclusion & Access: Moving Forward Initiative, sponsored by the Heinz Endowments and FISA