Hands of Heartland believes that people with developmental disabilities are people first, and that all persons have the right to live, be employed, learn, grow within their surroundings, and interact within the community. They have been working on expanding their mission gradually since it opened their doors in Bellevue for the first time in 1998.
Masks required per Grand Island City Code. Plenty of space to spread out in order to keep yourself and others safe.
Bring a coworker along—take a Thursday afternoon brain break—we could all use some safely-distanced interaction.