With the turn of the millennium, Communitas opened new avenues of service, including care for seniors and a partnership in Ukraine.
In the 1990's, Mennonite Central Committee Supportive Care Society was formed, added mental health services to its portfolio, and launched Infant King Records, a unique fundraising opportunity.
The 1980's saw great change in the way people with disabilities were treated. People were moved out of institutions and into home settings, and Communitas was invited to help.
“Who will look after our children when we are no longer able?” The question came from his parishioners and it haunted Pastor David A. Friesen.
With bright, bold strokes, Estefani's art is a reflection of an energized and talented woman. Seeing Estefani work is a further demonstration of her talent: she paints with her feet.
Jonathan Goertz has been on staff at Communitas Supportive Care Services since the early 1980s. Over the years, he has seen significant changes in the way society treats people with disabilities.
Communitas is accredited by the Council on Accreditation