The Campbell Center Mission
Our mission is to provide developmentally disabled adults the opportunity to participate in mainstream community life and attain their highest levels of independence through residential, vocational and educational programs. To provide honesty, skill, and dedication necessary to achieve quality services and to assure positive outcomes for clients, staff, volunteers, customers and the community. Building on The Campbell Center’s strengths and successful history of providing quality services to its clients, we will expand current programming to increase opportunities for greater self-sufficiency, improved productivity, and integration.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Y-yb0xDBnA The Campbell Center supporters Deranja Family were honored at our 60th Anniversary Tribute Evening with the Caregiver Family Hero of the Year Award. The Campbell Center's mission is to provide developmentall... Read More
The Campbell Center's Founders Phyllis and Jerry Campbell were honored at our 60th Anniversary Tribute Evening with the Lifetime Achievement Award. The Campbell Center mission is to provide developmentally disabled adults the opportunity to participa... Read More
By Ruth Sowby Rands From the Glendale Assn. for the Retarded to GAR Services to the Campbell Center, no matter what you call it, this organization has served its clients for 60 years. The Oakmont Country Club was the opulent setting for the center's... Read More
By Liana Aghajanian Lt. Lola Abrahamian never intended to become a police officer. She was already enjoying a fruitful and rewarding career she had had since graduating from college, but an interest in criminal law and a chance meeting with the Glend... Read More
By Ruth Sowby Eating for charity is a popular sport among Glendalians. Last Wednesday, some 70 hungry supporters gathered at Dish in La Cañada to do just that. Benefiting from a percentage of the evening's proceeds was GAR Services, a work-activity p... Read More
By Ruth Sowby Orb won the Kentucky Derby after coming from 17th place on Saturday. It was a gloomy day in Churchill Downs but a bright, sunny day in Burbank. That's where the Glendale Association for the Retarded celebrated its 22nd annual Derby Day... Read More