Are you a resident of Hancock County, 18 years or older?
Can you commit to one evening each quarter for a year?
If you have a positive approach to solving problems and addressing issues, the ability to work in partnership with others whose background, experience or style may differ, and if you can share your experiences or ideas with an open mind …
This might be for you!!!
Aktion Club is a service group comprised of adults with disabilities and is associated with Kiwanis. The group meets monthly to discuss opportunities to serve the needs of children through service projects within Hancock County.
The club is often looking for service projects. If you or your agency has a need, see the attached application. Complete the form and either email to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver to Blanchard Valley Center 1700 E. Sandusky St. Findlay, Oh 45840.
Speaks Out is an organization that assists individuals with understanding their strengths, needs, personal goals, rights, and responsibilities. The club empowers self-advocates to speak out for themselves by making informed choices about their own lives. Hancock County Speaks Out members must be 18-years old.
Project STIR – Steps Toward Independence and Responsibility – is a training program for self-advocates designed to provide individuals with the tools to advocate for themselves, mobilize others in advocacy, and gain leadership experience.
HELLO HANCOCK! PODCAST
Blanchard Valley Center’s podcast on all things related to living with a disability in Hancock County.
OHIO SELF DETERMINATION ASSOCIATION
The Ohio Self Determination Association is a non-profit organization that empowers people with disabilities. The organization’s goal is to expand awareness of self-determination principles, provide valuable training resources, and promote advocacy efforts.