Find SECURE Sites
Affordable, award-winning, licensed residential care facilities located in Ohio.
An actually autistic person blogging about their life and experiences. I identify as autistic. I prefer identity first language. Please respect that.
We are local licensed insurance professionals that always give a personable free service to help you understand your benefits and options with Medicare. Our company is a family oriented business based on Biblical Christian values with a sole purpose of providing a lifetime commitment to our expanding family of members.
A multi-service residential community of older adults, caring for the wellness, dignity and self-worth of its residents, staff and families.
Gracie Mae Foundation was started in 2005. At that time the focus of the organization was to "provide services to victims and survivors of family violence and abuse during the transition period from the abusive relationship to a confident, self-supportive, and productive life." In 2011 the Foundation relocated to Pennsylvania and was restructured with a new Mission. "Gracie Mae Foundation is to be a regional advocate for the value, acceptance, and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome and other special needs."
Penn Residential Inc. provides residential housing in local communities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are a licensed and qualified provider under Pennsylvania DPWs Office of Developmental Programs. Our homes serve residents in Fayette, Allegheny, and Westmoreland counties in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Stepping Stones ABA Center is a small group dedicated to delivering quality services within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The office and clinic are located in Bellevue, Nebraska near Offutt Air Force Base.
Tradewinds is a non-profit retail store located on Warren Street in the city of Hudson, NY. Tradewinds is a socially conscious retail space offering fair trade items from both local and global artisans, as well as items crafted by individuals with disabilities who receive Coarc services. Tradewinds also serves as an opportunity to teach retail employment skills in an integrated community setting, providing meaningful work and wages to people with disabilities.