Clearbrook is a proud member of several coalitions, all of which work to improve the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Clearbrook partners with these coalitions made up of service providers, community members, and advocates to individuals with disabilities because we all have a shared purpose. We all are fighting to ensure that individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have the resources they need to live their best lives. You can learn more about the coalitions Clearbrook belongs to below.

The Arc is the largest national community-based organization advocating for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Illinois chapter is committed to empowering individuals with disabilities to achieving their full potential within their communities. The Arc of Illinois promotes a philosophy that we are all people first and everyone deserves the same rights and opportunities regardless of any developmental or intellectual differences.

They Deserve More is a statewide coalition made up of friends and family of individuals with developmental disabilities, community providers, advocacy organizations, and more. They work to improve the resources and services provided to individuals with disabilities and those who serve them so that they are able to live safe, happy, and meaningful lives in their communities.

The Illinois Association of Rehabilitation Facilities has been a leading voice for human services organizations in Illinois for decades with a clear purpose to assist in the development and improvement of services in Illinois. Their members stretch across the state having representation in 111 of 118 legislative districts in Illinois. They work on issues affecting individuals with disabilities throughout the state and work directly with agencies to help address issues that are impacting their individual organizations and communities.

Intersect for Ability is a collaborative network of more than a dozen service providers in Illinois committed to developing, funding, implementing, and evaluating programs and community initiatives. They focus on securing meaningful employment and purposeful activities for individuals with disabilities, improving the training and retention of the Direct Support Professional workforce, assisting with life transitions, and clinical services all to support a better quality of life, equality, and respect for individuals with disabilities.