Development Support and Independence Since 1962
Premier Alliances, Inc. has been serving and supporting the communities of Cochise County and the surrounding areas since 1962. Originally founded in Bisbee by concerned community members as a means to provide educational opportunities to children with developmental disabilities, the program grew, serving both adults and children with disabilities through educational and vocational programs, becoming the Cochise County Association for the Handicapped in 1975. In 1995 CCAH won the groundskeeping contract for Fort Huachuca and was later renamed. Today, Premier Alliances continues to provide gainful employment and life skills development opportunities for a historically underserved population, both on Fort Huachuca, where we also maintain the historic Old Post Cemetery, and at the Brian A. Terry Border Patrol Station near Bisbee, where our employees provide custodial services.
Premier Alliances, Inc. secures federal contracts reserved for the disabled workforce by the AbilityOne Program through our partnership with the SourceAmerica national nonprofit network, while continuing to look for ways to expand our services through local enterprises, which result in more opportunities for the population we serve.
Beyond our services to our employees, Premier Alliances, Inc. believes that community outreach and partnerships are the most effective ways to create a community that is inclusive and full of opportunities, not obstacles, for people with disabilities. We continuously look for ways to work closely with local governments, private businesses, our nonprofit partners and other service organizations on projects, events, activities and programs which align with our mission, “Improving the lives of people with disabilities.”
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