It’s easier to grow when you feel safe, comfortable, loved, and advocated for. So we care for the whole person, providing a continuum of physical, emotional, and mental support for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), mental illness, and co-occurring disorders. With outcomes rooted in discovering and championing personal definitions of progress, our individuals, families, caregivers, and neighbors are building more and more communities people can call home.
We provide first-class behavioral health and supportive living services by being the nation’s best employer, provider and community partner.
We do what we say we will do. We do not make excuses. We take wholehearted ownership of our actions and our results.
We embrace each persons’ journey, celebrating unique perspectives and situations free of judgment.
We grow with each other, so we proudly serve and strive to exceed the expectations of our individuals, team members, and partners.
We don’t just talk the talk—we walk the walk. We exemplify honesty, trust, and consistency in everything we say and do.
We are one team. We celebrate each others’ successes and work together to overcome challenges.
We create a fun and enjoyable environment where we are free to be productive, joyful and fulfilled in our work.
VP, NC Community Programs
State Director, SC PRTF
Chief Financial Officer
VP, People Services
VP, IL Residential & Day Program
VP, Financial Operations
President & Chief Clinical Officer
QA Compliance Manager
Over 45 years ago, a group of mental health professionals realized quality care could not only exist, but thrive, beyond the walls of a traditional clinic. From that 24-bed start, we’ve continued to help the I/DD community explore, grow, and build the places they can call home.
We are proud to hold accreditations by both the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and the Council on Accreditation. Earning and maintaining these certifications highlights our commitment to quality, continuous improvement, and exceeding the standards set before us.
Broadstep holds the honor of a CARF gold seal of accreditation, proving our commitment to improving our services based on feedback from stakeholders and the communities we serve.
Council on Accreditation
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