About Fitzmaurice Community Services

Fitzmaurice Community Services, Inc. (FCS) is a not-for-profit organization that has been building brighter futures for adults with behavioral health and intellectual disabilities and their families since 1966.

FCS is considered one of the leading organizations in Carbon, Monroe, and Pike counties for enriching lives, SO BROWSE OUR WEBSITE, and learn more about the FCS environment and culture. Our ultimate goal is to empower our clients to achieve independence, individuality, productivity and inclusion within our community.

We pride ourselves in exceeding client & family expectations by providing environments that promote growth, success, and friendships. This is accomplished by individuals, family members, Direct Support Professional Staff and the community working together.

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…for so much more than a job. If you’re a caregiver at heart and want a rewarding career as a Direct Support Professional with a top notch Human Services Agency.  Apply online today! 

News and Events

Going for Gold
The Special Olympics Summer games have come to an end for the year.  Many of our individuals competed at the local level and won medals!  We even had some athletes place in the state level competitions at Penn State University!  Congratuations to all the athletes on a job well done.    We look forward to seeing you compete again next year!

Fired Up for Some Fun
After a 2-year hiatus due to Covid, FCS finally fired up the grills for a BBQ!!  What a wonderful turnout we had and the individuals had a blast.  We played Cornhole, Giant Jenga, Giant Connect 4, there was even some singing and dancing.   A big shout out to the staff and volunteers that helped make the event a success!

Community Night
FCS attended Community Night hosted by Monroe County’s Children’s Roundtable in early May.  Deb Scocozza commented, “I was happy to attend the Community Night with over 100 non-profits who provide services in our community.  It was a great opportunity to speak one-on-one with people and offer assistance, if needed.”