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Wickenburg Ducks in a Row Foundation
P.O. Box 20596

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Slate of Officers:
President: Marilu Rix
Sonoma Temple
Treasurer: Curtis Arnett
Directors of the Board:
Dean Anast
Sonja Green
David Hays
Wallace Kirkman

Word From The President

Geographic Area
Maricopa County

Population Served
Adults (21-64) with Disabilities
Children Young Adults (Grades K-12)
with Disabilities

Interest Areas
Children and Youth
Social services
Mental health



To preserve, protect and enhance the residential environment for adults with special needs who wish to live as independently as possible in their community.

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Wickenburg Ducks in a Row Foundation became incorporated on May 29, 2003.

Initial goals of the foundation were to provide independent housing for adults with disabilities who live in the Wickenburg area; start a workshop to help provide jobs for adults with disabilities start an adaptive recreational group and start a parent support group.

The Advisory Council to the Arizona Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities helped Wickenburg Ducks in a Row Foundation organize an adaptive recreational program for people with developmental disabilities and is monitoring the program plus using the program as a pilot project for other rural communities in
Maricopa County, Arizona.

Because of restricted funds the Foundation was unable to provide housing and staff. The Department of Developmental Disabilities for the State of Arizona became aware of the Foundation's situation and provided an expansion of a group home in Wickenburg.

AmeriServe International, Inc has been chosen as the agency to service the expansion of a group home and has leased a home for four adult men in Wickenburg. Wickenburg Ducks in a Row Foundation is applying for the Viola Wellik Grant to help support an adaptive recreational program for special needs persons in Wickenburg, AZ.

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Wickenburg Ducks in a Row Foundation Board Members are all volunteer. Board Members also volunteer their time for events for the Wickenburg Self-Advocacy Group. The President of The Foundation is a director for Wickenburg Community Services Corporation, P.O. Box 782, Wickenburg, AZ; a non-profit organization serving people. Non-profits in The Corporation represented at this time are Wickenburg Community Action Program, Habitat for Humanity, Soroptimist International, Inc.. The Ducks Foundation meets monthly from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the CAP Office located at 256 N. Washington. The Corporation's phone number is 928-684-3498.

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Monthly Board Meetings are held every third Wednesday, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Wickenburg CAP office located at 256 N. Washington St. in Wickenburg, AZ. Wickenburg Self-Advocacy Group (WAGS), an adaptive recreational group for people with special needs, meets monthly for recreational activities chosen by the participants.

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AmeriServe International Inc.
Supporting Persons With Special Needs At All Points In Life.

AmeriServe International supports persons with special needs using the Quality Life Principles of choice, respect, presence, and participation in a process of lifestyle development.

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