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Tina Ballard, Executive Director

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The AbilityOne Advantage

Laundry

Laundry management experts work with you to determine the right technologies, service schedules and the right nonprofit agency (NPA) partner within our national network. AbilityOne can help you plan and negotiate an effective, cost-efficient statement of work.

Direct and frequent communication between you, your management staff and our project managers ensures that you’re service plan is responsive and remains flexible when your laundry needs change.

Pursuit of accreditation and certification is part of our commitment to excellence. AbilityOne has laundries in Wisconsin and California that are ISO 9000 compliant and operations in Washington and Virginia that are Healthcare Laundry Accredited.

AbilityOne contracts eliminate re-procurement costs, repeat start-up costs and expensive learning curves. The reliable AbilityOne workforce ensures you receive consistent service with convenient, on-time pick-up and delivery.

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Quick Facts

  • AbilityOne handles 44 million pounds of laundry every year
  • Create jobs for nearly 400 people with disabilities
  • Over 60 certified linen and laundry managers on staff

AbilityOne laundry services meet the industry standards of these leading institutions:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals Organization (JCAHO)
  • State Public Health Departments
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • International Fabric Care Institute (IFI) (member)
  • Association for Linen Management (ALM)

Top Customers

U.S. Navy

U.S. Army

U.S. Air Force Academy and Hospital, CO

COCO operations - Department of Veterans Affairs

GOCO operations - Department of Veterans Affairs

“We were able to finalize a contract within a very short time frame despite a myriad of challenges that had to be overcome. Every step of the way, [AbilityOne] went the extra mile to quickly resolve any issue including the need for a very quick turn-around time and the requirement that the clothing be cleaned inside a restricted area.”

Theresa Y. Woodard
Anniston Army Depot, AL

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