We Are Boundless
Boundless is more than a company name. It’s a statement about who we are and what we believe. For nearly forty years, we have provided individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and behavioral health challenges the freedom and opportunity to live boundless lives.
Founded in 1980 as Franklin County Residential Services, we have grown from a modest, centralized organization into a dynamic family of companies engaged with I/DD and behavioral health communities across the state.
From residential support and vocational habilitation to autism services and psychiatry, we proudly offer person-centered care that celebrates each individual and encourages them to become active participants in the communities where they live, work, and play.
Board of Trustees
Patrick Maynard, PhD
VP & General Counsel
VP, People & Culture
Executive Vice President
VP, Advancement & Communications
VP, Analytics and Technology
VP, Clinical Operations and Executive Director of Boundless Health
Bill Forquer & Associates, Inc.
Mary Ann Krauss, Vice Chair
Ron Calhoun, Treasurer
Palmer Donavin Manufacturing
Sue Ralph, Secretary
Chief Financial Officer
National Affordable Housing Trust
Senior Vice President, Healthcare
Key Corporate & Commercial Bank
CFO & Partner
Robert “Bob” Hays
Stratos Wealth Partners
Mary Lynn Hohman
Keller Williams Excel Realty
21st Century Financial
Officer/Financial Center Manager
Fifth Third Bank
Nicole Papa Odegaard
Senior Director of Development
National Church Residences
President and Chief Operating Officer
Marc Tasse, PhD
Director, Nisonger Center
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Building a world that realizes the boundless potential of all people.
Proudly CQL and CARF Accredited
We were the first provider organization in Ohio to receive national accreditation from the Council On Quality and Leadership (CQL). This accreditation emphasizes definition, promotion, measurement, and improvement of personal and community quality of life for people with disabilities and/or mental illness. CARF accreditation recognizes service provider organizations that emphasize an integrated and personalized approach to services and outcomes, strive for continuous improvement, are responsive to the community, and practice efficient management techniques.