Employment Opportunities

Are you looking to join a team where your talents and enthusiasm will have a positive impact?  Do you believe that everyone needs to feel belonging-an inviting home, career, hobbies, friendships, family, and community?  If so, we would love to talk to you about some...

New President’s Message – Summer 2022

As the new President/CEO of Martha Lloyd Community Services, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself.  Until 2021, I lived in the Lehigh Valley with my husband Barry, daughter Chloe, and a host of furry friends (a puppy and three cats).  During my time in the...

Martha Lloyd Community Services

Supports people with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism  to achieve independence and lead a fulfilled life.

Headquartered in the town of Troy, Pennsylvania, MLCS has satellite offices located in Mansfield. We offer Residential, Day, Senior, Community Integration, and Lifesharing programs across Bradford and Tioga counties. These programs include eighteen community group homes, two adult day service programs, and twelve lifesharing providers. Our services are available to individuals with intellectual disabilities who are age 18 and older.

 

Support our mission

There are a number of ways you can help support and donate to Martha Lloyd Community Services, including our annual fundraisers and direct donations. Learn more.

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Visit the CopperTree Shop

The CopperTree Day Program seeks opportunities for people with disabilities to volunteer and work in the local community.  Learn more.

“I never expected to meet so many people who would put their hearts and souls, as well as some very fine minds, into the care of my son. People that would take him into their very family, change procedures, work out solutions, and be flexible in so many ways.”

-Debbie Reynolds

“We loved the small town atmosphere of Troy, and how accepting the local citizens are of the Martha Lloyd residents. I have been in restaurants “incognito” and have seen other Martha Lloyd residents come in to eat, and seen them treated just as any customer would be – with courtesy and care.”

-Marsha Melkonian