MOKA was developed to enhance the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities into our communities. We see endless possibilities to empower individuals to build relationships, make life choices, develop competence and contribute back to the community.
The MOKA Foundation provides a clear avenue for members of the community to support MOKA and our core mission, including the individuals’ pursuit of personal goals through contributions to the Empowerment Fund; financial support for capital projects such as expanded residential options, program innovation and expansion, resource development and improving the quality of life for all those we are privileged to support and serve.
MOKA helps children and young adults with autism and their families learn skills through applied behavior analysis (ABA).
We encourage the development of relationships, helping individuals feel safe and affirmed.
Many people are able to live successfully in our communities but need additional support. That's the focus of providing community living supports.
Skill building provides knowledge, training, and exposure to new opportunities, primarily for individuals whose goal is employment.
MOKA will provide services and support to each individual served from a strength-based and person-centered approach
Supports coordination services are for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are determined eligible for this service by the localcommunity mental health agency, network180.
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