Clint Bolser: President and CEO
UCP Heartland, a St. Louis based regional disability program provider, has selected Clint Bolser as President & CEO.
Bolser comes from an expansive disabilities background in Indiana, operating many programs that mirror UCP Heartland’s. He brings extensive experience in overseeing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy programs, a service for children and young adults on the spectrum. Most recently, he was Division President at Bridges, an organization that provides advocacy and individualized disability services for Indiana adults and children living with disabilities.
Throughout his career, Bolser has worked with independent residential programs, children’s day camps and disability employment services, in addition to ABA therapy programs. At UCP Heartland, Bolser will be overseeing these same programs as well as program divisions that include child development, 24-Hour Emergency Respite, Services Navigator, and the largest program, Adult Day Habilitation.
Offering eight specific programs, UCP Heartland has been providing 66 years of support to people living with a wide spectrum of disabilities: physical, developmental and intellectual. UCP Heartland provides expert programs to babies age 6 weeks through adulthood. The agency’s unique impact is assisting people living with a range of disabilities to discover their true purpose and experience a life well lived as part of a community rich in diversity.