Inclusion Center Helps Fight Isolation

Everyday living with a chronic disease, developmental disability or other medical issue presents unique challenges. Support from others can help, there is no need to go it alone.  The Inclusion Center, (a nonprofit organization located at lower level, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, 16 Bradley Avenue, Brattleboro, open Mondays from 10:00 Am to 2:00 PM and Fridays from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM.), is a drop-in center for adults run by and for people with disabilities. Friendship, learning and fun for all abound. Participants come and stay as long or as little as they like, there are no fees. There is no need to qualify for programs such as Medicaid.

The Inclusion Center welcomes all, people with disabilities, medical issues, and everyone else who wants to join in.  Formal presentations are interspersed with advocacy, education, silliness, film making, games, dance, support for one another and intense discussions.  People who have disabilities have talents, skills and interests that are valuable to the individual and the community. All are encouraged to showcase their talents and gifts.

A meet and greet session for new participants and interested community members is held on the first Monday and Friday of each month (11:00 to 2:00).

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