Guma’ Mami, Inc.

Guma’ Mami, Inc.

Guma’ Mami, Inc.

Phone: 1-671-477-1505, 1-671-992-HOPE (4673) (Warmline/24-Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline)
Fax: 1-671-477-4894
Types of Services Offered: Disability Services, Domestic Violence Services, Sexual Assault Services
Category: Non-Profit

Guma’ Mami is a nonprofit community-based organization dedicated to providing supports and services to individuals with disabilities on Guam. The organization was formed in the early 1980s by a group of family members of individuals with disabilities, professionals in the disability field, and concerned community members to address the critical community needs of supportive housing and case management services for individuals with disabilities. Since then, Guma’ Mami has been advocating for development and expansion of services for individuals with disabilities.

Guma’ Mami is a membership driven organization. Membership in the organization is open to any community member who subscribes to the mission and philosophy of the organization.

The paid members elect a nine-member Board of Directors which serves as the governance body for the organization.



Mission Statement



Guma’ Mami’s mission is to facilitate the full inclusion and integration of adults with intellectual and other disabilities into their communities through individual and family supports.

Statement of Philosophy


The Board of Directors, management and staff of Guma’ Mami, Inc. believe in the value and dignity of every human being. People with intellectual and other disabilities are like everyone else in many more ways than they are different. These differences should be viewed in the same way that ethnic, cultural, social/economic-status and other individual or group differences are viewed, with respect and dignity.

Guma’ Mami believes that people with intellectual and other disabilities have abilities and competencies that can be enhanced, developed and maximized to the greatest extent possible when given the necessary supports. These supports should incorporate the concepts of self-determination, normalization, full-inclusion, integration, and person/family-centered planning.​

**Updated as of 08/25/2020**

Hinanao-ta (Our Journey) Program at the Independent Group Home

Provides 24 hour supportive services in a group home setting in the community.  Individuals participate in activities to support transitions into homes of their own. Funded by the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center (GBH&WC).

> Click here for more information on Guma' Mami, Inc.'s Community Homes Programs

Mary Clare Home
This home provides 24 hour supportive services that assist individuals to transition into homes of their own.

> Click here for more information on Guma' Mami, Inc.'s Community Homes Programs

Women In Solidarity with Hope
This is an educational support group for women with disabilities who are survivors of abuse.  Funded by the Governors Community Outreach- Federal Programs Office Stop Violence Against Women Grant, Office of Justice Programs, Violence Against Women Grants Office, U.S. Department of Justice.

Creative Spirits
A program that provides opportunities for individuals to explore their artistic side.  Art and photography workshops are offered on an annual basis.  Funded in part by the Governor's Office, Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Para Dinana Center
This center supports the learning opportunities provided to consumers and other community members. Individuals are encouraged to access and participate in seminars, workshops, leisure,   and other activities as they become available. Funded by Guma' Mami, Inc. with support from community partners and space provided by the Sinajana Mayors Office.

Para Dinnana Program
The Para Dinnana Program will provide individuals in the community with the recreational and leisure activities. A variety of activities such as arts & crafts, gardening, physical exercise, games, and movie time will be available. Through these activities, the individuals will be able to engage in social interaction as well as stimulate mental, spiritual, and creative growth. This growth will lead to a healthy lifestyle and a better quality of life for individuals with developmental and mental disabilities in our community.

Services include the “Warmline” 922-HOPE (4673) which is supported by IT&E, pre-employment Supports and Leisure/Recreational activities.


> Click here for more information on Guma' Mami, Inc. Para Dinnana Program

117-A Chalan Guma'Yu'os Room 4 and 5, Sinajana, GUAM, GUAM

PO Box FN, Hagatna, GUAM

1-671-477-1505, 1-671-992-HOPE (4673) (Warmline/24-Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline)


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