The Elim Difference

November 17, 2013

Elim’s staff members serve as more than just educators – they are counselors, aides, advocates, friends, cheerleaders, and coaches.

Our staff recognizes that each individual, regardless of ability, is created in the image of God and has a contribution to make in the world around them.

Education at Elim extends far beyond the classroom. Students and adults frequently go into the community to socialize, serve others, and practice the skills they’ve learned. Through Elim HOPE Packs, our adults become enthusiastic missionaries – assembling school supplies into kits that are then distributed to children in need worldwide.

Elim Christian Services does more.

Elim truly serves individuals with disabilities throughout their entire lifespan. Children as young as three years old through adults in their senior years all travel to Elim each day and depend on Elim’s staff to provide them with the therapies and programs they need. Elim also walks beside the families of these individuals to provide them with training, assistance, and hope. Through our Discovery and International Outreach programs, we share our expertise with a world in need – impacting the disability community on a global scale.

We celebrate your impact on this ministry and invite you to experience the Elim difference firsthand. Read on to learn more about Elim’s distinctive services, or join us on a tour of our Crestwood campus. Experience the love, laughter, and hope that covers our campuses and points to our Creator. Thank you for being part of the Elim family.

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It is the Standard of Elim Christian Services to admit children and adults to agency services regardless of race, color, national and ethnic origin, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to agency service recipients. Elim Christian Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered policies. Read Full Disclosure.