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Driving Our Future: Our New Strategic Plan

In January, HDC embarked on creating a strategic plan for guiding our decisions and setting HDC’s course for the next three years. The process involved working with a professional facilitator, creating a planning team, soliciting input from ...

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Birdies For Charity

It’s time to chip in for charity. Birdies for Charity, that is! The HDC Boosters again participating in Birdies for Charity, the special Quad City fundraising program presented in cooperation with the John Deere Classic. You are invited ...

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100th Anniversary Honors Past and Benefits Future

In honor of 100 years of family-owned business, innovation and commitment to the community, The Republic Companies is raising money in an effort to build the J.S. Kimmel Technology Training Center at HDC. The area will ...

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Since 1969, the Handicapped Development Center has been a non-profit organization supporting people with disabilities. We believe all individuals are endowed with the same fundamental rights and needs, are entitled to opportunities promoting the fulfillment of those rights and needs, continue to develop throughout their lives, and should have the opportunity to become contributing members of their community.

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As a premier service provider, we passionately advocate on behalf of individuals with disabilities by creating opportunities for them to succeed, to achieve, to grow, and to be happy.


CarfBlue2014The Handicapped Development Center is accredited by Carf for its Community Services and Employment Services programs. In the Fall of 2013, we underwent a Carf survey and received our 11th consecutive maximum three-year accreditation.
Click here to read the survey results.

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Thank You

Thank You! Everyone here at the Handicapped Development Center sends our thanks to everyone who participated in the HANDS Auction/Golf Outing. Your gifts will provide programs and services that enrich the lives of persons with disabilities for many years to come.... read more

Eastern Iowa MH/DS Region Funding

The legislature did not provide a long-term solution to the tax levy disparity problem within the Eastern Iowa Mental Health/Disability Services (MH/DS) region and other regions around the state. Since the regions were established two years ago, Scott County has been... read more

SOS Campaign Funding the Future of Disability Service

On June 14, 2016, call your Members of Congress as part of a coordinated effort to make sure they take action on legislation ANCOR has proposed, which would increase Medicaid funding to help providers comply with the Department of Labor. Please save the date! The... read more

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Handicapped Development Center added 3 new photos — with Kaitlin Depuydt and 3 others.Jul 26, 2016 @ 1:05am

The new "Jaycees of the Quad Cities Sensory Path" is under construction thanks to a big and generous check from the Jaycees. Thanks Jaycees! We are so grateful for your support of this amazing project.

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Handicapped Development CenterJul 23, 2016 @ 12:49am

The HDC Olympic torch relay continues with Team Mighty Rebels carrying the torch.

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Handicapped Development Center added 3 new photos.Jul 22, 2016 @ 1:25am

Before the weather gets unbearable, folks at the RC got outside to enjoy some water fun, frozen drinks, and a peaceful night on the patio.

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Handicapped Development Center added 2 new photos.Jul 21, 2016 @ 2:03am

Rio isn't the only place with Olympics. The HDC Olympics are coming up and the torch relay has begun. Today, the country of "Summerland" was featured in the torch parade.

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Handicapped Development CenterJul 20, 2016 @ 5:44am

It's Christmas in July! All chocolate is now on sale until it's gone. $3 malted milk balls, $5 dark chocolate almonds, $6 chocolate cashews, and more. Call 563-391-4834, email savannahholtam@hdcmail.org or stop by the Hickory Grove Road or Brady St. building to get them while they last.

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