Our programs strive for accessibility regardless of abilities and provide those unable to participate in traditional classroom or worship settings a place to be a part of the body of Christ. Each program has a low participant to teacher/helper ratio, so we can meet the needs of each individual.
Volunteers are trained to provide care so that families are able to take time for themselves so as to maintain their own physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
Adult and teen helpers under adult supervision work with our special needs population. For additional information, please contact Kim McGarr.