• Quality in Action

    Each year, the Office of Developmental Programs qualified service providers (that’s us!) are required to take part in formal waiver monitorings and licensing reviews. These controls are designed to make sure that people with disabilities are getting services that meet standards, and should result in people having opportunities and support to live Everyday Lives. This […]

  • Giving Thanks

    As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Marian Frattarola-Saulino, shares a message of gratitude for the Values Into Action community and encourages us all to give back to our communities in some way. Video Transcript Happy Thanksgiving Values Into Action Community. This is my monthly Vlog and I’m going to focus on […]

  • We honor Lois Curtis

    The world lost a bold and courageous warrior last week. Lois Curtis is perhaps known best (to those of who did not have the honor of knowing her) as the ‘L.C.’ in Olmstead vs L.C. The Olmstead vs L.C. decision is the single most impactful civil rights decision for people with disabilities in United State history. This […]

  • Finally Home Housing Symposium

    Join us for a day of presentations and discussions about what Finally Home could mean for you, your loved ones, or those you support.

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    Housing Toolkit

    Finally Home is a demonstration project of Values into Action funded by the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council (PADDC) to assist individuals with disabilities from rural communities in meeting their goals to access and maintain control of their own homes. Diana T. Myers and Associates, Inc. (DMA) and Values Into Action created the Finally Home Housing […]

  • Donate

    Values Into Action-New Jersey and Values Into Action-Pennsylvania are charitable non-profits organizations with 501(c)3 tax-exempt status. Please consider us for your donations. The services we offer are provided exclusively in one’s own home so the costs of that housing, such as rent, utilities, furniture and other items necessary to live a good life are not […]

  • How We’re Different

    How We’re Different No matter what the service, the person has authority and control over their planning process, where and with whom they live and what they choose to do for their career and other aspects of their lives. Everyone is respected as the expert of their own life, and the owner of their own […]

  • Our Mission, Vision & History

    Mission Partnering with people with disabilities to design and live their best lives. Vision People with disabilities are accepted and welcomed in their communities, for all they are, and all they bring. How We Got Started Marian Frattarola-Saulino and Paul Saulino created Values Into Action in 2005 as an alternative to the traditional system of […]