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CODI's Mission Statement
CODI is committed to enriching the personal, social, and economic independence of individuals with disabilities and disadvantages through employment and housing.
CODI's Vision Statement
People of diverse backgrounds and experiences work together to foster inclusive communities where individuals, regardless of disabilities and disadvantages, work or volunteer, live in a safe - comfortable home, recognize their value and worth and feel empowered to make a positive impact.
CODI's Core Values
Integrity and Honesty – Constantly strive to uphold the highest professional standards. Be transparent in all business dealings and use input from stakeholders, including consumers, family members, staff, and referral/funding sources in decision making, strategic planning, and quality improvement.
Respect – Consistently be respectful of the rights and dignity of others. Accept people for who they are and for their knowledge, skills, and experience.
Customer Service – Exceed customer expectations, not merely meet them. It is through communication, inclusion, empathy, empowerment, and teamwork that we shall gain our customer's trust and respect.
Diversity and Inclusion - Sustain a dynamic work environment where people from all walks of life with all kinds of experiences come together to further CODI's Mission and Vision.
Integration and Partnerships - Ensure each program runs seamlessly and integrates with other programs and community partnerships to deliver the best possible outcomes for those we serve.
Empowerment - Nurture staff to understand we are all leaders, and as such, our job is not to get other people to follow us but to empower others to lead.
Teamwork - Strengthen and inspire a goal-oriented, optimistic CODI team with shared values and vision.
CODI is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards in all business practices. We shall carry out our mission with unquestionable integrity, which is the cornerstone of achieving credibility and ensuring public trust. The ability of CODI to achieve its mission is directly dependent on our actions as well as the day-to-day choices we make. We are accountable for creating and maintaining credibility and trust with internal and external shareholders, including consumers, board members, volunteers, and the community at large. We shall deal fairly, ethically, and honestly with funding sources, family members, community partners, referral sources, contractors, suppliers, and consultants. To maximize resources for those we serve, we shall routinely cooperate and collaborate with professionals, colleagues, and community partners.
CODI is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Accreditation ensures that CODI uses sound administrative practices, delivers services consistent with best-practice standards, measures, achieves positive outcomes, conducts a continuous quality improvement process, and manages funds wisely.
ACCSES NJ, Association for Choices in Community Supports and Employment Services of New Jersey, a not-for-profit organization that provides leadership and support to members who advocate for and serve persons with disabilities.
NJAMHAA, New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, who ensures access to services for children and adults.
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