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Introduction to KETCH

Since our beginning in 1964 the Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped, Inc. (KETCH) has stood as a leader in the rehabilitation industry, serving more than 30,000 individuals with disabilities. Much has changed since then, but one thing remains the same—our commitment to help people with disabilities live and work in the community.

Our mission is to help people with disabilities live and work in the community.  We believe that a persons disability should not overshadow their many capabilities.  To meet our mission KETCH provides a wide array of services to help each person become as successful as possible. 


Programs & Services

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KETCH offers a comprehensive set of supports through our programs and services.  All of our programs are designed to meet the unique needs of adults with developmental disabilities whether it be daily life skills training, development of vocational skills, or assistance with in-home activities.  We are well established as a leader in the rehabilitation industry with over 40 years of experience in integrating people with disabilities into mainstream community life.  At KETCH it's important to us to help each person identify and live to their fullest potential.  Services offered include:

  • Targeted Case Management
  • Day Supports
  • Work Services
  • Residential Supports
  • Community Employment
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Business Solutions

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KETCH Business Solutions is an excellent resource for companies of all sizes.  Whether you need to purchase high quality air filters for your company, custom notebook binders for an upcoming conference, or utilize our contract services to have someone take a little bit off your plate, KETCH is your solution!  Visit the Business Solutions section of our website to see what we can do for you!

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What’s Happening at KETCH

KETCH CEO to Retire in Spring
For Immediate Release   WICHITA, Kan. – Carl Lindsey, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) announced in May that Ron Pasmore, president and CEO, will retire after 29 years of service to the organization.  Pasmore will leave the organization in April, 2… read more

Kansas Elks Association donates more than $19,000 to KETCH
Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) today announced that it has received a generous donation from the Kansas Elks Association’s Ladies Major Project.  The gift of more than $19,000 will be utilized for the construction of an outdoor space for persons served in KETCH da… read more

KETCH recognizes persons with disabilities, community members
Earlier this month the Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) honored several persons served for their outstanding achievements as well as community members for their service.  The awards presentation took place at the KETCH Annual Meeting on May 4.  Nominations for Indi… read more

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