Looking for a meaningful career that allows you to make a difference in the lives of others? Join the team at UCP Heartland! We offer benefits and competitive wages for our direct support positions. You can learn about our open positions, complete an application, and meet with UCP Heartland staff at our weekly open interview sessions for
Build relationships with children and youth living with disabilities as a Saturday Respite Club Volunteer in St. Louis! When: 9am-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays each month (shifts possible) Where: 8645 Old Bonhomme Road, St. Louis, MO 63132 Learn more & apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 636-779-2278.
Thanks to the generosity of John Raymond Groebl’s family, proceeds from John’s book “Why Did God Make Me?: The Spiritual Writings of a Sparkled-Eyed Man with Cerebral Palsy” will go to UCP Heartland’s programs and services. The book contains poems, stories and scripts that highlight John’s active faith as well as his love of gardening
If you haven’t met Lisa, you might know Lisa by her other name “Max’s mom.” If you haven’t met Max, look around. He’s iconic at UCP Heartland. The Adult Day program participants at the Gibbs Center in Jefferson City all introduce him this way, “This is Max. He’s my dog!” Lisa Palmer not only brought
The first ever UCP Heartland “Community Game Night” debuted at Canterbury Center on Wednesday, December 13, bringing positive reviews. Program Director Luke Leidenfrost said, “I think people had fun, and we’re planning on hosting one every other month.” In all, more than 25 people attended “Community Game Night.” They played a variety of board games,
A group of UCP Heartland and Hyatt Regency staff met at the downtown Hyatt with KMOV Channel 4 to show off an outstanding Employment Resource Program, and introduced Keith Washington, UCP Heartland program participant and Hyatt Regency Steward. Keith has been working with UCPH’s Employment Resources for two years, and has been named “Employee of
We are proud of our dedicated, creative staff who work hard to support people living with disabilities. Click the link below to read more about two of our leaders at our Gibbs Center for Independence in Jefferson City: Sarah Judd and Judy Grainger. Sarah Judd & Judy Grainger – Gibbs Center