For more than 40 years CQL, the Council on Quality and Leadership, has been a leader in raising the bar for human service organizations and systems to continuously define, measure, and improve the quality of life for all people. In June 2014 EP!C was awarded the four year CQL person-Centered Excellence Accreditation from CQL, recognizing the shared vision to improve the
quality of life of those EP!C serves using
person-centered solutions. www.c-q-l.org
The Institute is a voluntary association of organizations supporting services to persons with developmental disabilities. The Institute seeks to influence the development of public policy that supports these services and to engage in activities which will improve the quality of programs and services throughout the
State of Illinois. EP!C is proud to be among the
twenty-six agencies that share this vision.
Founded in 1921, the Heart of Illinois United Way brings together people from business, labor, government, health, and human services to address the needs of our community in Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford counties. EP!C became a United Way partner in 1955 and has been working with the United Way to help people in Central Illinois care
for one another and create a strong, thriving community. www.hoiunitedway.org
The Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to be the leading voice and resource center for business in the region. The Chamber is a membership organization that cultivates a thriving business community, presents the voice of local business to government, offers business enhancement products and services, and provides strategic business advisory services.
EP!C became a member on October 1, 1981.
The Illinois Chamber of Commerce serves businesses throughout Illinois by advocating in the State capitol, helping members follow State and federal workplace regulations, and offering access to elected officials, conferences, webinars, and networking opportunities. ilchamber.org
Illinois Partners for Human Service is a state-wide organization of over 800 members who are located in every legislative district in Illinois. It is a partnership organization that aims to support human service infrastructure through education and funding support. EP!C joined Illinois Partners for Human Service for more than four years ago.