Serving people with developmental disabilities, recognizing their worth, affirming their ability to contribute, and striving to promote dignity in all relationships.
Roundup Fellowship is a non-profit organization serving people with developmental disabilities and associated behavior problems since 1973. Our goal is to promote dignity in all relationships while helping people with disabilities become as productive and independent as possible. Roundup Fellowship is dedicated to providing a genuine community alternative to people with conditions such as mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and autism, or those who display physical aggression or self-abusiveness.
It is our belief that severe disabilities and challenging behavior can be handled positively through the use of supportive teaching and appropriate behavioral techniques. Through our home and community based programs, we help develop the skills and attitudes needed for people to be successful at home, in school, on the job, and in society.
At Roundup there is an interdependent network of people, giving and receiving from one another, with an emphasis on quality services and long term commitment.