Since Our Founding In 1955, We Have Been Guided By Those We Serve And Inspired Deeply By Their Willingness To Love, Live And Learn

our mission

The Holy Angels mission is to provide compassionate, dependable care and opportunities for high-quality living to those with intellectual developmental disabilities and delicate medical conditions through physical, social, spiritual, educational, vocational and emotional support.

Our Vision

We believe in the possibility that lies within each individual, regardless of physical and mental ability, and that all have the right to the highest quality of life.

Our Commitment

Holy Angels is a place of loving, living and learning which maintains the highest standards of excellence in service. We believe in the possibility that lies within each of us and are committed to developing the outstanding, innovative programs necessary to empower the individuals in our care.

Our Values

At the heart of our vision and mission are the values of the Sisters of Mercy: sacredness of life, human dignity, justice, compassion, service and excellence.

Compassionate Care, Immeasurable Rewards

Founded in 1955, Holy Angels is dedicated to believing in the possibility that lies within each of us. We recognize that we all love, we all can live dignified and empowered lives and we all can learn – however different, we are all able.

Guided and inspired by a profound sense of purpose that is expressed in our mission, vision, values and commitment, we are dedicated to providing loving and compassionate care, creative learning programs, and high-quality living opportunities through our innovative and internationally recognized programs for the differently able. We offer a wide array of services to individuals ranging from infancy to older adults and their families, including: residential living, day services, supported employment opportunities, medical services, physical therapy, special education and habilitation services, creative arts, recreation, spiritual opportunities and family support services.

A private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation and sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy South Central Community, we employ approximately 300 trained, qualified and committed individuals in the human services field. The unique synergy between program and support staff has allowed Holy Angels to excel in responsive care and treatment of the highest standards of integrity and quality – and has provided our employees, medical professionals and volunteers with the immeasurable rewards of making a real difference in the lives of others.



The international accrediting body of CARF (Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) has awarded accreditation to Holy Angels. Holy Angels also maintains high standards in compliance with all federal, state and local governing bodies.