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“Helping to improve the quality of life for the disabled”

Samaritan Homes, Inc.


Samaritan Homes, Inc. was established in 1994, out of the heart’s cry of its CEO and Founder, Kenneth Jordan.  Mr. Jordan knows and understands the dilemma of families dealing with the care of disabled adults having experienced caring for a disabled family member first hand.  From his own personal experience, he felt determined to create an environment of care; that would make the difficult decision of sharing the care of a disabled family member with an organization outside of the home, an easier transition. Samaritan Homes specializes in providing residential homes and services for adults with developmental disabilities due to closed head injuries.  Promoting security and well being, Samaritan exists to maximize independence by encouraging self-determination within a flourishing environment of dignity, respect, personal-growth and love.  Samaritan Homes, Inc. operates from the belief that each person has the capacity to enrich others. Samaritan Homes, Inc. encourages the larger community to grow in  awareness about persons with disabilities so that greater unity may be fostered.


Mission Statement

Samaritan Homes, Inc. is an independent organization serving all faiths, whose mission is to provide exceptional residential services and opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities due to closed head injuries.



Our goal is to maximize each individual’s independence in a community environment that fosters dignity and respect, as well as personal and spiritual growth.  Samaritan Homes, Inc. supports adults with developmental disabilities in achieving a lifetime of growth, through exceptional care and innovative, individualized service.


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