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Community Options’ $500 COVID-19 Vaccine Incentive Proves Effective, Vaccinations Amongst Staff Triples

Septemer 09, 2021 | Press Release.pdf Princeton, NJ – Community Options, Inc. lauds the preliminary success of its $500 incentive bonus for all employees who become fully…

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Community Options Appoints James Buckley to Board of Directors

September 02, 2021 | Press Release.pdf Princeton, NJ – Community Options, Inc. today announced the appointment of James Buckley as Treasurer of the Board of Directors. Community Options…

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Community Options Executive Director Robin Ratcliff

Community Options Strengthens Phoenix Leadership, Appoints Robyn Ratcliff to Executive Director

August 31, 2021 | Press Release.pdf Phoenix, AZ – Community Options, Inc. is proud to announce the appointment of Robin Ratcliff as Executive Director, where she will…

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Community Options Announces $500 Incentive for All Employees Fully Vaccinated from COVID-19

August 25, 2021 | Press Release.pdf Princeton, NJ – Community Options, Inc., a national nonprofit that develops housing and employment supports for people with disabilities, today announced…

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DIDD Commissioner Brad Turner pictured with Community Options’ Tennessee leadership.

DIDD Commissioner Visits Community Options in Nashville

August 23, 2012 | Press Release.pdf Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) Commissioner Brad Turner visited Community Options, Inc. of Nashville to…

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Community Options to Open Vaseful Flower Shop in Forked River

August 19, 2021 | Press Release.pdf In a move that continues Community Options Enterprises’ growth, the organization proudly announces its plan to open the latest Vaseful Flowers…

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Report that President Biden will End Wage Discrimination for People with Intellectual and Cognitive Disabilities: Statement by Robert Stack, CEO of Community Options

January 19, 2021 | insidernj.com Report that President Biden will End Wage Discrimination for People with Intellectual and Cognitive Disabilities: Statement by Robert Stack, CEO of Community Options…

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Caregivers for those with disabilities are Frontline workers, their pay should reflect that

January 12, 2021 | elpasoheraldpost.com The consensus is hospital staff and the vulnerable must be first in line for the vaccine. Persons with disabilities have a 35%…

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Superhero commissioner will join Biden-Harris administration

Superhero commissioner will join Biden-Harris administration

January 9, 2021 | centraljersey.com When Clark Kent puts on his glasses to hide his identity as a superhero his peers see him sit behind a desk…

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Crowded together and warehoused in large congregate-care facilities, people with developmental disabilities are placed at even greater risk of dying from COVID-19, says Robert Stack, the founder and CEO of Community Options, Inc, which provides housing and employment supports for thousands of people with disabilities. He says we can’t simply wait for the vaccine to solve this life or death issue.

Murphy administration needs to stop warehousing people with disabilities

January 04, 2021 | nj.com The Murphy administration needs to act now to protect the lives of thousands of New Jerseyans largely forgotten during the pandemic. More…

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New location opens in South Jersey to serve people with disabilities

New location opens in South Jersey to serve people with disabilities

December 17, 2020 | nj.com Community Options Inc. held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new Woodbury location at 502 Salem Ave. on Wednesday, Dec. 16. Community Options…

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Non-profit urges state to pull residents who are disabled out of long-term care centers

Non-profit urges state to pull residents who are disabled out of long-term care centers

December 16 2020 | newjerseyglobe.com A Princeton-based non-profit urged Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson to pull more than 9,000 state residents with disabilities out of New Jersey’s…

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