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Corporate teams

We are proud to call many local businesses “frequent friends of Redwood,” and invite more cooperation to volunteer.

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Schools and Groups

Dozens of volunteer projects are available throughout the year for teams of all sizes.

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Redwood makes it very easy to get involved, support your community, and meet terrific people of all ages.

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Mary Lou Heidrich- Redwood Legacy Volunteer

Redwood is blessed to benefit from the dedicated work of several Legacy Volunteers. These are individuals who have given not just years – but decades of service supporting Redwood clients. Hear from Hank Heidrich, grandson of Mary Lou Heidrich as he shares the legacy of giving Mary Lou still inspires today.

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Our story

In the beginning…

In 1951, a group of parents founded Redwood to provide services for all children with disabilities.Their compassion is reflected today through dedicated staff and volunteers who help people with disabilities thrive.

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Child Services

Children, from birth to age 20, learn and grow through stimulating, educational, and therapeutic programs.

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Adult Services

Adult Day Supports programs foster dignity, self-direction, increased independence, and improved quality.

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Therapy Services

Children and adults improve many skills required for school and daily living through therapeutic services.

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Assistive Technology

With the help of therapists children and adults can  identify the most appropriate technology solution to increase independence.

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