Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing
Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing

Our Team

Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing is a non-profit and all-volunteer group of individuals dedicated to creating a housing solution for individuals with developmental disabilities in Clallam County.

Dagny Lord

President

Past -
Member, Home and Good Life Committee
Board Member, Clallam Mosaic

Talk with Dagny for 5 minutes and you will for sure hear about her amazing daughter who is Dagny's inspiration and motivation for being involved with special needs housing! 

Scott Schaefer
Treasurer-Secretary

Past -

Chair, Fundraising - Home and Good Life Committee

President, Clallam Mosaic

Scott has worked and lived on the Olympic Peninsula for many years.  His motivation to be involved is his daughter who also has Down Syndrome.

Jacque Brandt

Past Vice-President

Past -

Member, Home & Good Life Committee

Jacque and her husband live on the Olympic Peninsula and her daughter Ruthie, who has Down Syndrome, motivates her involvement with the housing initiative.

Sandy Voelz

Past Board Member
Board Member and Treasurer, Clallam Mosaic

Past -

Member, Home & Good Life Committee

Sandy has a passion for all individuals with Special Needs and making their lives easier, safer - and more fun!  Her brother is her inspiration!

Missy Rief

Past President
Married for over 32 years to Tom, parent to four grown children,  proud Gramma of 1+ !!  Missy's oldest is Michael who has Down Syndrome and has been her motivation to research and implement solutions for housing here on the Olympic Peninsula.

Anna Wilson

Support!!!

Past

Member, Home & Good Life Committee

Tresa Stuber

Past

Program Coordinator, Clallam Mosaic

Past - 

Member, Home & Good Life Committee
 

Randy Brackett

 

Past - 
Member, Home and Good Life Committee

Chair, Land Acquisition - Home and Good Life Committee

Want to Become a Member?

Please call us at:
360 460-6938

 

Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing

818 South L St.

Pt. Angeles, WA  98363

News

The Home & Good Life Team kicked off the first phase of fundraising activities on June 25th with a Town Hall Meeting. Over 40 people were in attendance.  The meeting rolled out the "500 club" - A group of 500 donors willing to pledge $1,000 to the creation of the Why Not Us? Village.  If you would like to join the 500 Club, please contact us!

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