Community Options provides housing and employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Community Options works with individuals with significant disabilities through residential services, day programs, social enterprises that employ individuals with disabilities, high school transition programs, and specialized programs for respite and medically fragile adults. As a national agency, Community Options seeks to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in the community through person centered and natural supports, and collaboration with community partners to increase accessibility to services. Community Options does not administer any large congregate programs, recognizing that people with the most severe disabilities need environments, equipment, clinical and staff support that are tailored to their very specific needs. In its history, the agency has developed a reputation for quality, cost effective administration that encourages individual choice and flexibility.
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See more at: comop.org
Project Freedom Inc, is a 501 © 3 non-profit developer of barrier-free totally accessible housing. We currently operate seven housing communities from Mercer County to Salem County for over 400 rental apartments. All units are accessible, however our communities are also open to non-disabled tenants who qualify, under the HMFA Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program
Project Freedom is dedicated to developing, supporting, and advocating opportunities for independent living for persons with disabilities.
- Project Freedom advocates with and for people with disabilities.
- Project Freedom believes that persons with disabilities should have an opportunity to live as independently as possible (with support help) and be productive members of society.
- Project Freedom is a pro-active organization seeking to develop facilities and programs to assist people with disabilities with housing, training, and recreational activities
See more at: projectfreedom.org
Through leadership, prevention, treatment, and outreach programs, Corner House promotes the health and well-being of Princeton area young people and their families, as they confront substance abuse and other emotional issues
See more at: http://www.cornerhousenj.org/