Pioneer Center has transformed and updated its Me Program for individuals with developmental disabilities to have a greater focus on community inclusion and is officially launching its grand reopening off the Woodstock Square on October 30 at 12:00 pm with a Woodstock Chamber Ribbon Cutting.
Over the last several months the program underwent a metamorphosis as it transitioned to be more community-centric and client-driven in its goals. The Me Program is now a highly self-driven, community –based program, conveniently located in close proximity to the Woodstock Square that provides in-house and community-based opportunities. Me provides programming to people with developmental disabilities who wish to enrich their lives, work on life goals chosen by themselves and become more active in their community.
“We are very grateful for the continued support of the McHenry County Mental Health Board who helped make this transition possible,” said Sam Tenuto, Co-CEO of Pioneer Center. “Their consistent support and passion for developmental disability programs in our community allows us to always strive to provide the best options for the people we serve.”
To celebrate the Me Program’s grand opening, join us for the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting on Monday, October 30 at 12:00 pm at 101 S. Jefferson Street, Woodstock.