Institute of Cognitive Development, Inc.

aka NewBridge Family Shelter   |   San Angelo, TX   |  www.icdbridges.org

Mission

ICD Corporate Mission
Bridging victims of domestic violence and the developmentally disabled to a future of empowerment

StoneBridge Training Residence Mission Statement
StoneBridge Training Residence provides a living environment and fosters the mental and intellectual growth of adults with intellectual disabilities, with the primary focus on quality of life.

NewBridge Family Shelter Mission Statement
NewBridge Family Shelter is dedicated to reducing domestic violence by providing a safe haven and educational services to victims.

NewBridge Family Shelter Vision Statement
Ending domestic violence in Concho Valley

NewBridge Family Shelter Value Statement
NewBridge Family Shelter is dedicated to providing high quality client services based on transparency, integrity and good stewardship.

Ruling year info

1978

Principal Officer

JERI SLONE

Main address

PO Box 5018

San Angelo, TX 76902 USA

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EIN

75-1584080

NTEE code info

Group Home (Long Term (P73)

Hot Line, Crisis Intervention (F40)

Family Violence Shelters and Services (P43)

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StoneBridge Training Residence

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Institute of Cognitive Development, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 3/13/2014
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Board co-chair

Mrs. Kay La Boid

Verizon/GTE


Board co-chair

Mr. Tom Woods

Insurance Industry

Jeffie Madkins Intellectually Disabled Specialist

San Angelo State Supported Living Center (DADS)

Liz Tafoya Retired

Martha Tafoya Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing

Angelo State University

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