Founded by Phyllis and Jerry Campbell in 1954, GAR Services has been dedicated to serving persons with developmental disabilities primarily related to mental retardation, but also including autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and disabling conditions closely related to mental retardation or requiring similar treatment.
The men and women of GAR Services benefit from vocational training, job placement, supported employment, living skills instruction, a senior community integration program, and residential placement. Training in personal, social, and basic academic skills foster integration into the community.
Empowering adults allows them to fulfill their dreams. Community education, advocacy, and partnerships help to create a positive future in which our clients can participate in and add value to the community.
GAR Services offers a wide range of opportunities for the developmentally disabled adults we proudly serve, including GAR Services, Multi-Cultural Program, Pastimes Program, Residential Program, Recreational Programs, Aktion Club of Glendale, Supported Employment, and much more.