Problem: There are currently NO facilities for young adults with mild to severe disabilities in the Dallas/Plano area.
These individuals are left with nowhere to go after high school. Creating day-care facilities, group centers, as well as group homes for disabled young adults, would allow them to socialize with their peers and continue to experience new activities within a safe environment with professional care that caters to their individual needs.
Where do we start? We start by bringing a Community Options Center to the Dallas/Plano area in 2016.
This center will be staffed with professional nurses to attend to all the individual health needs of these young adults, supervised activities to reinforce sociability and lift equipped vans to provide easy transport for all individuals to and from their homes as well as to offsite events as a group.
Solution: Donate now to help build a Community Options Activity Center.
This will hopefully be the first of many facilities addressing the needs for severely disabled adults in the Dallas/Plano area.
100% of every donation dollar will benefit young adults with disabilities. Your contribution will absolutely change and enrich the lives of these young adults in the Dallas/Plano area that currently have nowhere to go.
Your donation will be tax deductible.
Community Options Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
How to Donate:
Click here to make an online gift to the Community Options Plano Project.
Please Note: Under gift details, please select “In support of” and write in “Plano Project.” This will insure that your gift is designated to the Plano Project fund. Thank you for your support!
Donate via Check:
Community Options, Inc.
c/o Dallas Community Center
16 Farber Road
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Questions? Email Us!
- 1 acre property with 6,000 SF. Building:
- 4 lift equipped vans:
Total Raised To Date:
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Click here to give a gift. Under gift details, please select “In support of” and write in “Plano Project.”