Osprey Village

Partnerships and Collaborations

 

State and Local Government Agencies

Together SC Allies for Good

Together SC
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (Medicaid)
South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (DDSN)
Beaufort County Disabilities and Special Needs Board (BC-DSN)
Beaufort County Council
Jasper County Council
City of Hardeeville, SC

 

Community Initiatives

Beaufort County Human Services Alliance
Beaufort County Disabilities Coalition
Coalition on Aging in Place
Community Foundation of the Lowcountry
Greater Bluffton Chamber of Commerce
Hilton Head Island / Bluffton Chamber of Commerce
Lowcountry Affordable Housing Coalition

 

Non-profit Agencies that Serve Persons with Disabilities

Programs for Exceptional People
Beaufort County Disabilities and Special Needs Board (DSN)
The Arc of South Carolina (Case Management)
Generations of Hope Development Corporation
Global Down Syndrome Foundation

 

OSPREY Village as a Prototype GHC Neighborhood

OSPREY Village, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received authentication by the Generations of Hope Development Corporation(GHDC) as a “GHC-Inspired Initiative.”

GHDC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that was founded to replicate the success of the award-winning Generations of Hope Community (GHC), an intentional, multi-generational neighborhood in Illinois organized around meeting a social challenge.

OSPREY Village is a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to developing an inclusive, intergenerational in our area. Authentication by GHDC, unites OSPREY Village with organizations around the country that are committed to developing communities that implement the four fundamental GHC principles:
• At least three generations live in the community
• Housing is geographically contiguous
• Neighbors are involved as volunteers
• The intergenerational community is formed to address a serious social challenge

OSPREY Village is partnering with GHDC to develop one of the first “purpose-driven neighborhoods” in the country devoted to supporting developmentally disabled adults.

Active retirees and younger families who live in the neighborhood will provide diversity in age, socio-economic status & life experience. Volunteers can contribute time and services to their disabled neighbors and in doing so, enrich their own lives.

For information about the Generations of Hope Community and GHDC, visit their website at www.generationsofhope.org.

For more information, call (843) 422-6099 or email us.