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Babcock Center, Inc.

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Locations
Babcock Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 4389
West Columbia, SC 29170
United States
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Phone
(803) 799-1970
Fax
(803) 799-1238
Contact
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Website
http://www.babcockcenter.org/



Babcock Center, Inc.

Babcock Center, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1970, serving men and women with developmental and related lifelong disabilities, autism, and head and spinal cord injury.

Their motto is 'promoting abilities by respecting choice.'

Their mission is to empower and support each individual to fulfill his or her potential.

People with lifelong disabilities are a vital part of their community. Babcock Center provides them with the training and skills necessary for their personal success–making them contributors to Columbia’s economic growth. Babcock Center operates 105 facilities and employs more than 1,200 people throughout the Midlands.

They provide residential and vocational support to more than 1,100 individuals with mental retardation, autism, spinal cord and head injuries and related lifelong disabilities. At Babcock Center, they believe that all people have the right to choose how they learn, live, work and play.

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