Founded in 1980 as Franklin County Residential Services, Boundless is a non-profit family of companies that provides a full continuum of support services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and behavioral health challenges. Services range from residential support and vocational habilitation to applied behavior analysis and telehealth services.
Boundless is a registered trade name used by the following affiliated companies: I Am Boundless, Inc., The Boundless Foundation, Inc., Boundless Behavioral Health, Inc., and Boundless Community Pathways, Inc. Boundless is accredited by the Council On Quality and Leadership (CQL) and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Their mission is “Building a world that realizes the boundless potential of all people.”
Boundless employs over 1,800 staff.
Headquartered in Worthington, Ohio, Boundless offers services throughout the state with campuses in Worthington/Columbus, Medina/Cleveland, Newark, Rossford, and Dayton.
In fiscal year (FY) 2018, Boundless had $44.0 million in revenue and $43.4 million in expenses. The organization ended the year with a $608,638 surplus and net assets of $4.6 million. Comparatively, in FY 2017, Boundless had $28.9 million in revenue and $28.4 million in expenses. Overall, the organization ended the year with a $484,530 surplus and net assets of $4.0 million. From 2017 to 2019, Boundless experienced a 20% per year average growth rate.
Boundless offers a full continuum of care through a variety of behavioral health and I/DD support programs.
Behavioral Health Services
Boundless Behavioral Health, Inc. provides center-based programs, outpatient, and telehealth behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and adults. Services include care coordination, multi-system youth programs, outpatient services, and psychiatry. Boundless also offers early identification, as well as center-based programs and applied behavioral analysis for individuals with autism.
Boundless Community Pathways, Inc. provides employment services and vocational training for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and takes a person-centered approach by considering individual passions, skills, and abilities. Services include adult day programs, employment, and vocational habilitation. Boundless Community Pathways also offers a vocational art program, known as Spire Arts, for individuals with developmental disabilities who are interested in creating, exploring, and selling art.
I Am Boundless, Inc. offers temporary and long-term services, residential options, and family support resources to individuals with I/DD. Services include intermediate care facilities which provide active treatment and community integration; parent-directed programs; short- and medium-term respite care; supported living programs; and family support services.
- In September 2019, Boundless announced a partnership with Worthington City Schools and National Church Residences as potential development partners to optimize their 45-acre campus and further their goal of creating a federally qualified health center (FQHC) on the Boundless Worthington campus.
- Boundless offers a variety of easy-to-access programs and services through telehealth including care coordination and psychiatry, as well as community-based and online adult day programs.
- Patrick Maynard, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer & President
- Chris Wolf, Executive Vice President, Programs and Services
- Vacant, Vice President of Finance and Operations
- Lori Sontag, Vice President, Business Development
- Jodi Bopp, Vice President, Advancement & Communications
- Graciela Chanfrau, Vice President, People & Culture
- David Blaugrund, Vice President & General Counsel
- Jennifer Riha, Vice President, Performance Improvement & Service Delivery