Frontline Community Services was launched in 2002 as a non-profit. It took on the present identity in 2009, and since then has made significant progress under a leadership team committed to the cause of improving the lives of people with disabilities.
A not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) agency, Frontline provides high quality of care and sets the pace in meeting healthcare needs irrespective of age, race, color, sexual orientation or ethnicity, in the least restrictive setting. Among the innovative programs launched by Frontline to engage individuals in proactive community building activities is the Feeding the Homeless initiative in the DC metro area, and the development of a LifeStyle Training program affiliated to the Washington Adventist University.
With a firm conviction that we can by positive actions and methods improve the quality of life for people served, Frontline’s mission is titled: Bringing Meaning to Lives.
Through personalized settings and person-centered programs, Frontline’s role in serving people with disabilities is based on integrity combined with diligence.A diverse group of staff and supervisors are united in the purpose of building lives and reaching out to fulfil hopes.