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Creative Learning Center

Programs designed to support adults and youth with intellectual disabilities.

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At the heart of every good person is the desire to be a respected and valued member of the community — to live a life of dignity. Together we make that dream come true through empowering passages of promise, possibilities and partnerships for people facing intellectual disabilities or other challenges.

Passages has been dedicated to helping people with intellectual disabilities or other challenges thrive in the community at work, at home, and at play since 1954. Committed, compassionate staff and partners – our Dream Team – work to enhance people’s quality of life through social and work skills training, career opportunities, internships, healthy families guidance, and residential services.

No person or persons shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, handicap, age, sex, religion, or sexual orientation be excluded from employment by, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program, service or benefit advocated, authorized or provided by this agency.

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  • Passages encourages everyone to #LightItUpBlue for Autism Awareness. The organization Autism Speaks desires to increase global understanding and awareness of people with autism. April is World Autism Month. Earlier this year, the CDC determined that ...

  • We are happy to announce the rescheduled date for the #GiveMeaning 5K/10K as Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 8 a.m. As you may know, the previously scheduled date was April 25. Originally, the event was scheduled to take place at the Whitley County Fair...