Woods Community at Brian’s House is excited to be part of a network of innovative organizations that lead the field in providing care and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, brain injury, neurological disorders, mental health diagnoses and behavioral and emotional challenges.
Through our network, we are able to provide a person with exceptional quality, highly-individualized supports and services throughout their lifespan.
Allies supports more than 300 adults in community homes located in 16 counties throughout New Jersey. Allies and its affiliates are dedicated to providing meaningful residential, employment and recreational opportunities to people with disabilities in the communities of their choice.
Archway Programs offers an array of programming for children and adults in southern New Jersey that include a before and after school program, two special education schools, early intervention services, youth, adolescent and adult partial care, and community homes for adults with developmental disabilities.
Legacy Treatment Services, a 501c3 nonprofit, was created as a merger between The Drenk Center and The Children’s Home in addition to an affiliation with Community Treatment Solutions. Independently, each organization was an expert and preferred provider in the programs and services they delivered. Each agency was known for its innovation, responsiveness to the communities they served and willingness to do whatever it takes. Together, the newly formed Legacy Treatment Services became a vibrant agency utilizing cutting-edge technology and evidence-based practice in treatment and clinical care.
Tabor Services has been meeting the needs of children and families at-risk in Southeastern Pennsylvania for more than a century. In 2013, Tabor was selected as a Community Umbrella Agency (CUA) in Philadelphia.
Woods Services , our parent company, empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve their highest potential and live a fulfilling life. Woods is a nonprofit multi-service population health management and advocacy organization founded 105 years ago. Woods provides innovative, comprehensive and integrated health, education, workforce, behavioral health and care coordination services to 4,000 children and adults in the intellectual and developmental disability, child welfare, behavioral and brain trauma public health sectors through a network of five non-profit organizations.