Angels 4 Life was established in December 2012 when Shellie White Fisher, the CEO and Founder, saw an opportunity to assist some of her dear friends get the care that they deserved. Angels 4 Life has grown rapidly since then. Currently, Angels 4 Life serves over 50 individuals in their homes and communities. Offering a day program beginning in September 2013, more than 20 friends now participate in different activities and outings that help to promote independence and self-determination.
Our Mission and Vision
Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide quality services and care and improve the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Vision: Our vision is to foster independence of individuals with disabilities so that they may lead happy and productive lives without regards to what they cannot do, but only what they can do. We wish to be a part of a world where individuals are empowered, valued and may participate fully in their communities. We pride ourselves on enriching the lives of those that we serve and continue to let our friends direct their care and services so that we may reach our vision.
Our Principles and Values
Respect, integration, equal access, opportunities, self-determination, informed choice and advocacy for and by people with disabilities.
People with disabilities having control of their own lives and any necessary supports or assistance.
Full diversity within the organization, our programs and society at large in terms of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation (real or perceived), gender identity, gender expression, disability or veteran status.
Personal commitment and action to shape the future of the agency and for people with disabilities.
A work environment characterized by mutual respect, open communication and teamwork.
People with disabilities taking a role in the decisions that impact their lives.
To provide essential services in the home and community.
To provide the highest quality care with caring and competent staff.
To promote independence and the gaining of skills necessary for daily life tasks.
To encourage those with disabilities to advocate for themselves and make decisions for themselves about their care and how they spend their day.