Connecting Hearts

Connecting Homes

Chamberlin House is a leader in serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Linn County.

Helping individuals lead happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives in their community.

For over 36 years, we’ve been committed to delivering caring support and quality housing to the people who have chosen to live with us. Our residents live in an environment that maximizes independence. Supports and services include assistance with:

  • Activities of daily living
  • Participating in the community
  • Manage personal, financial and medical needs


Whether it’s providing a comfortable home, teaching a new social or self-care skill, organizing group activities, or helping with job preparedness skills—everything we do supports a single goal; empower our people to achieve their highest potential when they live, learn, work and play with us.

Our mission

To enrich the lives of adults experiencing with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing housing and opportunities to learn, experience and achieve.

Our Vision

To be the leading provider of exceptional services for people with disabilities and the employer of choice offering rewarding careers to those we employ. Together, we will promote innovative and person centered supports for inclusion within our community.

Our Values

Heart:  Care with compassion for our clients, coworkers and community 

Empower:  Enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities of each individual

Accountable:  Govern with integrity, transparency and accountability

Respect:  Encourage and support honest communication and mutual respect

Teamwork:  Appreciate our diversity and recognize everyone’s unique contribution

See what Chamberlin has to offer

Our homes

Fostering the growth of our resident’s self-reliance and helping them to live safely and independently.

our services

Hands-on assistance with daily living skills, coordination of leisure activities, and life skills coaching.

careers at CHI

We are looking for people that share our passion! If you want to make a difference –
join us now!

“We, the ones who are challenged, need to be heard. To be seen not as a disability, but as a person who has, and will continue to bloom. To be seen not only as a handicap, but as a well intact human being."

— Robert M. Hensel —