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Grow with us.

Providing care and support to adults with disabilities since 1986, OMRS is a place where individuals can flourish and grow.

Our Mission

For over 35 years, our beliefs have remained the same: people with disabilities should be given every opportunity to be contributing and productive members of the community.

Guided by Jesus’ example of love and compassion, OMRS supports individuals who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities  so that all – employees and people served – are treated with dignity and respect, feel a sense of belonging, see their abilities valued, and experience personal growth.

Our Guiding Principles


We encourage the living skills necessary to achieve success in daily life by  consistently modeling the personal traits of responsibility, honesty, and integrity. We believe it is our role to foster a sense of self-worth and self-confidence so that all may live and work in the community as independently as possible.


We promote safe, loving family environments where individual personalities and gifts are appreciated, where needs are  accepted and met with compassion, and where friendships are cherished. 

Personal Fulfillment

We believe that all people are capable of personal growth throughout their lives. To that end, all are encouraged to contribute to their communities, nurture their dreams, and live to their fullest potential.

"Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds... Let us encourage one another. " Hebrews 10:24-35

Our Social Justice Statement

OMRS pledges to stand against social injustices.  We stand firm in our Mission and the belief that all individuals- residents, employees, and members of our communities near and far, are created in God’s image and deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.

We believe all people are valuable and worthy of equitable treatment and access to the same rights as anyone else regardless of race, faith, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or level of ability.


  • We listen to understand.

  • We advocate and collaborate with you to speak up against the injustices and inequities faced.

  • We do not allow fear, systemic racism or discrimination to guide the services we provide or influence how we treat each other.

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
Martin Luther King, Jr.