“InspireAbility” Day Program

The InspireAbility Day Program (DTA) creates a safe, therapeutic, educational, and enjoyable environment for individuals who are looking for an introduction to the world of work.

With the help of talented and imaginative staff members, individuals can choose from a wide range of activities to engage in as they develop their abilities and work toward specific goals. At InspireAbility, we also specialize in working with Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals, one of the only Day Programs in Pima County to do so.

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Individuals engage in a range of skill-development activities, including: appreciation of art, music, theater, and culture - horticulture - exercise programs - humanitarian projects - and much more!

InspireAbility takes pride in its commitment to community involvement, working in collaboration with other local businesses and organizations in Tucson and the surrounding areas to develop worthwhile opportunities and experiences for the people we serve.

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If you are interested in enrolling an individual in InspireAbility, complete the online contact form and a staff member will reach out to you within normal business hours (M-F, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM).

***InspireAbility Day Program services are funded through the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). Private Pay is also accepted.

For more information please fill out the InspireAbility Form

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Contact Us Today

General Mailbox, Suggestions, and Questions: InspireAbility@ccs-soaz.org

Jessica Winchester
Program Administrator
Office: 520-792-1906
Mobile: 520-528-0611

Lauren Janes
Administrative Coordinator
Office: 520-792-1906
Mobile: 520-279-5701

Mailing Address:
Attn: InspireAbility Day Program
268 W Adams Street
Tucson, Arizona, 85705

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