Our model is centered on equipping adults with disabilities to serve their fellow citizens as a meaningful part of the community

LEARN

Participants develop important life skills and gain an understanding of our community.

GROW

Participants explore new experiences that provide them with confidence to become the best they can be.

LEAD

Participants take responsibility for themselves and take initiative as role models among their peers.

SERVE

Participants engage in meeting the needs of the community by serving others

LEARN

The foundation of our approach creates a structured environment that promotes lifelong learning and continuing education. We provide essential instruction in reading, math, science, and basic computer skills. We teach daily life skills such as self-care, house cleaning, doing laundry, and cooking-which provides each participant the opportunity to become more independent. Using the community as our classroom, participants apply what they learn in a real life setting.

GROW

We recognize the importance of tapping into the hopes, dreams, and personal aspirations of each participant. In order to spark personal growth in their lives, we provide opportunities for encountering new ideas, concepts, and experiences that will help expand their understanding of God’s promise of an abundant life.

GROW

We recognize the importance of tapping into the hopes, dreams, and personal aspirations of each participant. In order to spark personal growth in their lives, we provide opportunities for encountering new ideas, concepts, and experiences that will help expand their understanding of God’s promise of an abundant life.

LEAD

We believe that participants have the capacity to become leaders among their peers by accepting personal responsibility and becoming a role model that others will be inspired to follow. Participants are given opportunities to help lead classes and activities, and they are encouraged to continue to develop self-leadership that extends to making a difference in the lives of others.

SERVE

At the core of our passion is a strongly held belief that people with disabilities are “able to serve!” Our model ultimately leads us to a place of facilitating community service projects in which participants can engage as a meaningful part of our community. These opportunities include partnerships with the local Rotary Club’s “Backpack Buddies” initiative, packing bags of food for families with Community of Hope, prayer, and serving as volunteers with local churches.

SERVE

At the core of our passion is a strongly held belief that people with disabilities are “able to serve!” Our model ultimately leads us to a place of facilitating community service projects in which participants can engage as a meaningful part of our community. These opportunities include partnerships with the local Rotary Club’s “Backpack Buddies” initiative, packing bags of food for families with Community of Hope, prayer, and serving as volunteers with local churches.

Contact us to learn more

If you are interested in enrolling your loved one in our day program, please contact us to set up a call or a tour so you can learn more.