Our Team

Creative Support Alternatives believes teamwork is essential to assist people to lead successful inclusive lives. Every person brings their strengths to contribute to the success of the team. Everyone is equally important and everyone contributes.

Leadership team:

Support facilitators:

We appreciate our Community Support Facilitators who work tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. They typically engage in the following roles: advocate, problem-solver, teacher, community organizer, resource developer, facilitator, friend, companion, personal assistant, team leader, and record keeper. As the backbone of our organization, we would be nothing without them.

People we support & their families:

We especially recognize and appreciate the individuals with developmental disabilities and their families that chose, and continue to choose, Creative Support Alternatives. We owe you a tremendous debt of gratitude for trusting us and believing that, together, we can achieve great things. Each person brings their own gifts and personality to the CSA family. Together we are better.

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"Working with this team has been the best years of my working life." - Anna, Support Facilitator

"This agency is, by far, the best agency I have ever worked for. Everyone in CSA is so helpful and caring." – Hinda, Support Facilitator

"Allowing my daughter to develop into a more confident, knowledgeable person, able to live in society much more successfully than had she still been living just with me." – Martha, Parent of Person Served

"Over the past 20 years CSA has made a real difference in the quality of people's lives and has made our community more inclusive, just and humane. Just imagine what we can do in the next 20 years. Bravo!" – Dr. Ian Pumpian, PI

"The concept of CSA was built on strong values and beliefs in the rights of individuals with disabilities to live quality lives that they control." – Dr. Caren Sax, Co-Director Interwork Institute

"Being part of a "family" that encourages independence, equality and self-advocacy." – Chris, Support Facilitator

"I'm the Boss (of my support)." – Rob, Person Served

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