Corvilla was originally founded in 1959 by a group of parents in need of respite care for their children with disabilities. With the help of The Brother of Holy Cross, Corvilla grew into four group homes. Since then, Corvilla has grown to include day services, employment services, and supported living services.
We believe that all people, regardless of their abilities, can embrace who they are and define their own future.
Corvilla provides life-enhancing services to enrich the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities while encouraging respect and dignity in the communities in which we live.
Through the provision of life-enhancing services, progressive policies, and strategic decision making, Corvilla will be the provider and employer of choice in the region.
Code of Ethics
Corvilla assures through written policy statements and official documents that the organization is governed, led, and managed in accordance with appropriate ethical standards. Ethical conduct is required in all activities of Corvilla, including business and financial practices, human resource management, development, leadership, governance, marketing, public relations, and contractual relationships. Ethical behavior is expected of everyone representing Corvilla in the support and treatment of persons served, professional responsibilities, and in relationships and communication with constituents. Written policy statements and other approved guidelines are communicated to the staff, the people served, as well as the governing board. Through these official statements, Corvilla identifies methods and procedures to resolve any allegation of ethical misconduct and/or violation of any of its policies or values.
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