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The Spring 2022 e-Voice interactive newsletter for families, friends, and supporters of the One Vision community.

Pizza and Praise has returned with Fellowship, Song, Food, and of course... BINGO!! Feel free to contact us if your church is wanting to invite others in, host something similar, or would like to hear how you can best help the people we support in their spiritual journey. 

Because state reimbursement rates have only increased 3.55% (effective July 1, 2021) in the past 30 years, each year, One Vision must make up this growing gap to ensure our employees are paid a fair wage and that the people we support have access to the quality of services and supports they need to live their best person-centered life

Today, Sam enters the CAC’s waiting room, greets his therapists, and settles in behind the Candyland board game. “I’m going to win,” he confidently tells his long-time therapist. “I know you will, Sam. You usually do,” replies Laura Korth, Clinic Director at the CAC. Sam and his family have been making the 44.7 mi trip from their home in Charles City to the Children’s Autism Center in Clear Lake, “since it was Opportunity Village.”

The Winter 2021 e-newsletter for families, friends, and supporters of the One Vision community.

In honor of #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving which took place on November 30 this year, Day Hab took some of their pop can money and donations from staff and purchased items for the Homeless Shelter

Our Golden Heart Winner for November 2021 lives the 4Cs: Community Involvement, Courage, Competency & Courtesy

Joyce has been a volunteer with the Fort Dodge General Store since before it even officially opened. It was 10 years ago when she was looking for something to keep her busy that the opportunity presented itself to Joyce. She had tried some other volunteer positions around the area, but when she heard that a store was opening up in town she knew she had to do it. 

Established in 1971, we have been providing disability services for 50 years. Families that were looking for meaningful lives for their children had conversations that led to the concept of our organization–then named Handicap Village–and the evolution to One Vision. The organization has grown into various services that include independent living, small group settings, supporting children with autism, and employment services.

CQL has a wealth of resources, innovative ideas, and supports to guide One Vision towards organizational growth. CQL will challenge and support us to continue to find those systems and practices that need enhancement to improve services for people. They will also celebrate with us in the accomplishments that are achieved.