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Promoting independence and quality of life through employment.

New Leaf is a not-for-profit organization providing employment for adults with disabilities. We're based in Oak Harbor, Washington.

New Leaf Stories

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New CEO Steve Jacobs

August 2022

New Leaf is thrilled to welcome our very own Steve Jacobs to the position of CEO! Steve's expertise and dedication will serve us well. Congratulations Steve!  

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2022 Scholarship winners

Summer 2022

Check out the six hard-working and well-deserving Whidbey Island high school students who won New Leaf Scholarships this year!

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Celebrating 50 years

April 2019

New Leaf celebrates 50 years of employing adults with disabilities and serving the community. 

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Positions available now!

New Leaf is hiring! Check out our job listings and apply today!

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We Focus On Ability,  Not Disability

New Leaf is a not-for-profit organization under the AbilityOne umbrella. We employ adults with disabilities and promote our mission with competitive contracts and quality-controlled services. New Leaf does not rely solely on public resources or grants for funding our programs.

Helping Since 1969

Our Vision

Supporting our Employees

New Leaf was incorporated in 1969 by a group of parents of adults with developmental disabilities who sought to help their children attain meaningful employment opportunities.

Our vision is to help our employees  achieve greater independence and advocate for themselves so that our community can be better prepared to welcome people with disabilities, and so that people exiting public assistance are seen as assets to the work force.

New Leaf seeks to support our employees as they pursue improved quality of life outside of work as well as on the job. New Leaf encourages mutual support, learning, emotional growth, and celebration of successes.

Respect for Community

New Leaf is proud of its history and work in the community and grateful for the role it holds as an AbilityOne partner. We seek to be a positive part of our local community as well as a component of a broader public effort to include adults with disabilities as productive members of society.

Advocating For Our Employees

We believe that pursuing independent living effectively means counting on others when you need to, and letting them count on you, too. New Leaf seeks to help our employees achieve balance in their lives. 

Growing and Developing

We have acquired two new buildings adjacent to our main office in Oak Harbor with the intention of enhancing our capacity to promote independence and quality of life through employment. 

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We have been in business for over 50 years. 

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We Value Workforce Diversity

New Leaf, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that gives hiring preference to people with significant disabilities and Wounded Warriors. We offer great pay and excellent benefits packages.

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