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Community Statements

We define community as the group to which we are responsible to contribute to, celebrate with, and hold answerable. You are important to us. We are important to you. We are bound together through life transitions by shared goals, needs, and values.


Community Resources is a community of people committed to building
 – more... relationships based on supporting each other through mutual learning, loving, healing, and acceptance.


We will work to build a sustainable, supportive community by being involved in activities that focus on diversity and inclusion resulting in community whose commitment to the value and need for all people to belong is strengthened.


We believe that we all have a place in the community, the right to sense of belonging, and the right to communicate in a style that allows us a fulfilled life.

We believe that understanding power and the use of power in our relationships is necessary to ensure the emotional and physical well being of everyone.

We believe in shared leadership and responsibility and in sharing all of who we are with each other.

We believe in communicating with each other with integrity, trust, vulnerability, equality; in the importance of building on existing skills and opening up opportunities for learning new skills.

We believe that we all have the right to make informed choices and that answers to our questions or needs often are found in existing communities of families and friends.

We believe that representing someone on his or her behalf, commonly known as advocacy, is obsolete. Rather, we believe in supporting each other towards representing each other.


​We believe that all people have the same human and civil rights. Because the balance of power requires constant vigilance and because that balance will often waiver, we believe it is necessary to reiterate what rights people have.

Have ~ Feel ~ Act ~ Love and be loved ~ Speak and hear truth ~ See ~ Know


We are passionate about our work and are committed to working together from a position of power-with and power-from-within. We support the development of personal power and self-determination. We recognize that we are in relationship with each other in a number of different ways: roles, money, family, and friendships. It is critical that we honor and understand the dynamics of relationships in order to ensure the emotional and physical wellbeing of each and every one of us.

Our foundation is based on our belief in equal human rights; we will support each other in our choices about the way in which we live our lives. Our relationship with each other will be based upon a philosophy of mutual exchange — gathering knowledge, understanding consequences, and accountability. When we take responsibility for mutual exchange, we are then free to make our choice.

We are committed to recognizing the people who have gathered around Community Resources as a community of people who want to be together, who trust each other as people of integrity, and who honor their commitments to each other, and to the community at large.

We believe that we are important to each other and that how we are together is as important as what we are together. We believe in the power of love and in celebrating each other and ourselves.
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What do employees at Community Resources say about culture and work-life balance?

I enjoyed working with the clients
Written by Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) from Olympia, WA on December 15, 2019
working with the clients was very rewarding but the politics of the company were challenging and made the job stressful. But would work with the same clients again if the opportunity arose.
great clients, got to go swimming weekly
required to work double and triple shifts without a break.
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About a day or two
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