Christian Opportunity Center (COC)

UPDATED: July 3, 2020


Honoring God
Christian Opportunity Center (COC) affirms that everyone is created in the image of God and that people with disabilities should be valued as such. COC is committed to serving the needs of the whole person including spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical needs.

Commitment to Service
COC advocates for people with disabilities on every level and their inclusion into their communities. COC is proactive in meeting the needs of people supported and responsive to all stakeholders. COC incorporates choice through informed decision making as it leads to quality supports and meaningful lives for people supported.

Responsible Stewardship
COC seeks to balance the needs of people supported with the capability of the funding source. COC will make decisions based on responsible stewardship of public and private funds. COC remains mindful of being a non-profit corporation that seeks to be profitable to further our mission.

Leadership Excellence
COC is committed to meet and exceed regulations on standards of quality. COC strives to hire and support staff members based on talent, compatibility, and commitment to Christian values. COC encourages all staff to develop leadership skills and model excellent performance, teamwork and respect for people supported and staff.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • N/A
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8450 Hickman Rd.
Clive, IA 50325
United States





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