Friendship Community

Impacting the World with Capabilities

Friendship Community is celebrating 50 years as a faith-based organization that cultivates the capabilities of Individuals with Intellectual Disability and Autism in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties since 1972. With a thriving arts day program, a home-based services program, and 24 residential homes supporting over 150 Individuals in the two counties, Friendship Community continues its vital work every day to Impact the World with Capabilities.

History

Friendship Community began its faith-based ministry in 1969 when The Eastern Board of Missions and Charities began researching ways that parents of children with disabilities could receive the support and resources needed. From then on, a committee of six men was formed and for the next three years, they gathered information from families of those with Disabilities in hopes of finding more sufficient ways to support them. It was from their findings, they concluded that a residential program was needed for these Individuals. Once the project was completed in 1972, the East Oregon Road home opened as Friendship Community’s first residential home serving twelve Individuals and two respite beds. Since that moment, Friendship Community has expanded to 24 residential homes and various programs that allow individuals to thrive in their talents and skills.


Join Our Team

If you are looking for an opportunity to not only make a difference in the lives of our Individuals but also a difference in your own life, come join our Friendship team.

We are currently hiring

Direct Support Professionals,
Residential Managers,
Residential Coordinator,
Certified Nursing Assistants,
And more!


Contact Eric Brobst on our Human Resources Team
for more information about employment.
717.656.2466 ext. 1138 or
ebrobst@friendshipcommunity.net.


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