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There is an overwhelming demand for neuro-inclusive housing in Park City, Utah. Local leaders, along with community-based partners, should create an actionable plan to address the housing needs of the estimated 3,012 adults with A/I/DD living in Summit County.
Without access to housing that is accessible and that they can afford, these adults are at high risk of homelessness or displacement from their community into the “next empty bed” of a group home or adult foster care.
Neuro-inclusive housing will change the lives of its residents with A/I/DD, but it will also enhance the vision of greater social equity articulated for the future of Park City. When housing and community are designed to include this population, it creates more accessible spaces and places where all belong.
There are many ways you can help propel Bridge21 forward in our housing initiative. You can donate, volunteer, and follow us on social media.
Bridge21 appreciates any and all donations. Your tax-exempt donations are twofold; they:
- Help Bridge21 host community-supported events
- Establish a fund to create more housing options for our community members with disabilities.
Join a Committee
There are a few different ways you can volunteer with Bridge21.
- Community Engagement
- Buds&Blooms – Community Gardens
- B21 Circle – Support for Families
- Fundraising, etc.
Here are a lot of resources for not only Park City, Utah but also national resources for neuro-typical individuals and their families.