LOGAN Community Resources, Inc. (LOGAN) is a not-for-profit community organization that provides advocacy, services and resources for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Since 1950, LOGAN has been here for families, growing to meet the need. Now reaching over 1,500 families each year, LOGAN provides a full range of services from therapies and specialty camps for children to employment, training, day services, recreation and community living options for teens and adults. Five years ago, LOGAN launched the Sonya Ansari Center for Autism to meet this growing need. The autism center has regional impact with direct services for children, teens and adults and resources for families and professionals. At the very heart of LOGAN is advocacy which fuels our work within the community to increase resources and opportunities for people with disabilities.
Logan Community Resources, Inc FAQ
Q: Who do you serve?
A: LOGAN serves over a thousand local individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Developmental disabilities include mental retardation, cerebral palsy and autism spectrum disorders.
LOGAN serves individuals of all ages, from infants and toddlers to seniors.
Q: What services does LOGAN provide?
A: LOGAN provides a full range of services. Our services for children include therapies, recreation, sensory camps, programs for siblings and a Toy Lending Library. We also offer recreation and advocacy programs for teens. Services for adults include employment and pre-vocational training at LOGAN Industries, day programs, community habilitation, activities for seniors, recreation programs and individualized recreation therapy. We offer residential options such as group homes and supported living in apartments and homes. LOGAN Protective Services provides guardianship and advocacy for individuals in need. The Sonya Ansari Center for Autism at LOGAN offers behavioral consulting and social skills classes tailored for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. In addition, LOGAN has a full resource library, training sessions and an educational outreach series for families and professionals in the field.
Q: How is LOGAN funded?
A: LOGAN is a nonprofit organization that receives government funds for specific programs. We are increasingly needing to heavily on grants, fundraising and community support to raise necessary funds for ongoing services. LOGAN Protective Services and the Autism Center, two vital areas, receive no funding from government and rely totally on community support.
Q: How can people get involved with LOGAN?
A: There are many ways for people to get involved as volunteers and donors. Volunteers can work with individuals directly, can help with office work or assist in fundraising and events. They can also share specific talents like gardening, photography, art or theater. Anyone interested in volunteering with LOGAN should call (574) 289-4831. Groups are also welcome in volunteer service at LOGAN. Those interested in fundraising or donations, may also call to inquire. As a community organization, LOGAN invites others to further our mission. Visit www.logancenter.org for more information about getting involved.