About Holly Ridge

Serving Our Community Since 1963

A Little About Us

Holly Ridge Center is a nonprofit organization offering highly specialized programs and services for children and adults with differing abilities. Founded in 1963, we have continuously offered support, guidance, education and highly-specialized programs and services in Kitsap and North Mason Counties. Through these efforts, Holly Ridge Center strives to:

  • Support each family in their journey;
  • Help each person reach their fullest potential; and
  • Create a positive and lasting impact on the community.

 

For children ages 0 to 3

One of only 12 neurodevelopmental centers in Washington, providing early intervention services to children from birth to three years of age who present developmental delays or are medically fragile. With highly-trained staff in multiple disciplines serving more than 1,000 children each year, this is the only program of its type on the Olympic Peninsula.

For Adults with Differing Abilities

Serving about 250 individuals with disabilities per year, this program provides vocational rehabilitation, supported employment, and job training and placement services. Through their specialized training, our employment specialists strive to help individuals and employers form employment relationships.

Board of Directors

Doug Carson

PRESIDENT

Tamra Ingwaldson

VICE PRESIDENT

Cynthia Randall Reames

TREASURER

Bryan Wichert

SECRETARY

Stacey Dixon

Chris Cairns

Sue Somers

Angela Kenny

Sharon Weathers

Katie Martin

Quinn Dennehy, J.D., ED.M

Holly Ridge Leadership

Dedra Miller

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Michael Collins

BUSINESS & FINANCE DIRECTOR

Ronnie Oswald

ADULT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES MANAGER

John Bower

HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

Alicia Skelly

INFANT TODDLER PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Erica Delma

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

2019 Gratitude Report