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StoneyBrooke Residential Services, LLC is an 11 year old company that provides residential services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities


These services include but are not limited to:

  • A multi disciplinary team that includes a psychiatric nurse practitioner, behavior specialist, dietician, registered nurse and CDDP
  • Individual behavior support plans
  • Exercise program
  • Social and community integration
  • Private rooms

Mission Statement

StoneyBrooke Residential Services, LLC is committed to advocacy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing residential services that enable them to live enriching lives in the communities where their abilities and contributions are valued.

The Vision

Twelve years ago Donna and Val Stoney saw the need for dedicated residential services for people with Prader-Willi Syndrome. The first StoneyBrooke home opened in Sandy, Oregon a short time later. Since then StoneyBrooke has grown to three (3) homes serving nine (9) residents with a broad spectrum of intellectual and developmental disabilities.

StoneyBrooke has built a solid reputation by providing services for people with challenging behavioral issues and helping them achieve a high quality of life that includes vocational and social integration within the communities they reside.

StoneyBrooke Residential Services, LLC has a simple philosophy: to improve the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities.


“Stoney has plenty of experience, as she has been a case manager with the Multnomah County Department of Developmental Disabilities for 18 years and in the field for 26 years.”



Board Members

Donna Stoney
Val Stoney
Cory Eliason
Dominique Stoney-Quitoriano
Mikal Stoney-Quitoriano
Dr. BeEtta Stoney
Ann Mancheo
Donna Stoney

Donna Stoney

Executive Director

Bachelors in Social Work, Donna has been a case manager for 24 years at Multnomah County Developmental Disability Services, specializing in Prader-Willi Syndrome for 27. Mrs. Stoney has worked in the field for developmental disabilities with medically fragile children & adults, Austism, Down Syndrome, Mental Health/Bi-Polar, Dual-Diagnose, Fetal Alcohol, Challenging emotional and behavioral clients.


  • Bachelors in Social Work
  • Case Manager for 24 years at Multnomah County Developmental Disabilities Services; specializing in Prader-Willi Syndrome for 27 years
  • Has worked in the field for developmental disabilities with medically fragile children & adults, Austism, Down Syndrome, Mental Health/Bi-Polar, Dual-Diagnose, Fetal Alcohol, Challenging emotional and behavioral clients
Val Stoney

Val Stoney

Assistant Director & President

Bachelors in Social Work, Val has been working as a case manager for 20 years. Ms. Stoney, has been working in the field of developmental disabilities for 25 years, mental health for 2 and specialized in Prader-Willi Syndrome for over 27 years.


  • Bachelors in Social Work
  • 20yrs+ as Case Manager
  • 25yrs+ experience in the field of developmental disabilities
  • 2yrs experience in metal health
  • 27yrs+ specializing in PWS (Prader-Willi Syndrome)
Cory Eliason

Cory Eliason

Business Manager 

Cory has been advocating for people with PWS for 8 years. Mr. Eliason has been a past president of the PWSA Chapter of Oregon.


  • Has been involved advocating for the awareness and support of people with Prader-Willi Syndrome for 8 years.
  • Past president of the PWSA of Oregon
Dominique Stoney-Quitoriano

Dominique Stoney-Quitoriano

Treasurer/Director of Development

Newly appointed treasurer and board member. Dominique is pursing a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. Has been involved with StoneyBrooke Residential Services since 2006 as office assistant. In 2012, Miss Stoney-Quitoriano has become an advocate through her director of development position.


  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Has held the position of Office Manager at StoneyBrooke Foundation for 7 years
  • Past Treasurer of the Black Student Union of Oregon State University
  • Volunteered for past PWSA of Oregon events
  • Currently working in Direct Care for StoneyBrooke Residential Services
Mikal Stoney-Quitoriano

Mikal Stoney-Quitoriano

Associate Business Manager/IT

Newly appointed board member. Mr. Stoney-Quitoriano has been involved at StoneyBrooke Residential Services since 2012. He started as an office manager and a Therap technician/trainer. Mikal plans on attaining his BA degree in the Spring of 2017. He’s currently the house manager for our newest home SB3, which, serves an individual with Autism.


  • AA in Behavior & Social Science
  • DSP(Direct Support Professional) at SB2: Jan 2016 – August 2016
  • House Manager for SB3/205th: July 2016 – Present
Dr. BeEtta Stoney

Dr. BeEtta Stoney


Dr. Stoney, a professor at Kansas State University, teaches multicultural communication and education. She has placed special interest in diversity within the workplace, including Adults with Learning Disabilities.


  • S. – Secondary Education, University of Texas-El Paso
  • Ed. – Kinesiology, University of Texas-El Paso
  • D. – Special Education (Multicultural), University of Texas-Austin


  • Adults with Learning Disabilities in the Workplace
  • Diversity Issues in the Workplace
  • Multicultural Issues in the Workplace
  • Curriculum Materials for Ethic Diversity
  • Curriculum Materials for Nonsexist Classroom
Ann Mancheo

Ann Mancheo

Board Member & Parent

Mrs. Manocheo is a parent and advocate of individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Ann taught for 34 years, working with children of multiple disabilities and special needs


  • College graduate¬† B. of A.¬†+
  • Parent and guardian of a Prader-Willi person.
  • Know and understand this syndrome and am a good advocate to Prader-Willi clients.
  • I have taught school for 34 years and I am very well aware of multiple disabilities and special needs individuals


What is a DSP (Direct Support Professional)?

Provides active treatment training and support services to individual with disabilities served by StoneyBrooke Residential Services in a residential setting. Active treatment training and support services are provided in compliance with the Individual Support Plan, Behavioral Service Plan, and through duties assigned to assure the delivery of necessary support services. At all times comply with licensing and/or contract treatment requirement.


Responsibilities will include:

  • Support and asset the individuals in developing skills that will further their independence, increase their community involvement, and improve their quality of life
  • Provide services and supports as identified in each assigned person’s Individual Service Plan
  • Administer and document medications according to agency and DHS policies
  • Prepare, or assist the individuals in preparing, family style meals
  • Assist with any other task/duties that need accomplish for the individuals or house upkeep


Click on attachment below to print out application before coming into the office.



Donations & Events

StoneyBrooke Residential Services, LLC supports StoneyBrooke Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that works to raise awareness and support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We accomplish this through awareness campaigns and events planned for the winter of 2015 and spring of 2016. Funds raised through these events will be used to support directly the individuals in our homes as well as other people in the community with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

All donations made to StoneyBrooke Foundation are tax deductible whether that is a material or monetary donation.

Material donations are accepted at our offices in (ADDRESS OR LINK) Troutdale, Oregon. Monetary donations made payable to StoneyBrooke Foundation.

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