Being Nonprofit - How Does Our Training and Service Compare To Other For-Profit Organizations?
Our goal has been, and continues to be, to help bring about change in individuals and society through quality training, service and publications. This will ultimately result in all deserving individuals that need Social Security disability benefits--having access to people, services and publications, that will give them a stronger chance of getting the benefits they deserve, without having to experiencing long delays and unjustified denials.
Organizations That Support and Recommend Our Training
The ultimate test of any organization is performance. The main difference between The Summit Organization as a nonprofit and similar for-profit companies, is that the quality and content of our training, service and publications is continually audited for excellence by our board members, our clients and our students. Our ability to offer our training, service and publications for less than for-profits is not a reflection of our quality. Being a non-profit allows us to offer the above for less because of grants that help offset our expenses.
Austin Community College, Austin, TX;
Tyler Junior College. Tyler, TX;
National Association of Social Workers;
Florida Rehabilitation Commission;
California Rehabilitation Commission;
Utah Rehabilitation Commission;
The National Association of Legal Assistants.
Probably the best nuts and bolts of our quality, service and publications is having other professional individuals and organizations attest to how we measure up. I am hopeful the above will answer many of those concerns.