Treasure House started as the vision of Kurt and Brenda Warner, who believe that all people, regardless of ability, have a purpose and call for their life, and are able to participate in meaningful and challenging activities, establish personal relationships, and contribute to society when provided with appropriate supports and opportunities.
The Warners have been inspired and amazed by all that their son Zachary has accomplished in his life, despite the diagnoses and labels given to him. It is their love for Zack that gives them the passion to create an environment that will not only support those with intellectual and developmental disabilities but also will allow them to thrive as they share their gifts with others.
Treasure House is a supportive living community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A strong emphasis on independence, respect, and community integration will provide an optimal environment for residents to live, work, and enjoy recreational activities while being part of a larger family.
Our vision for the future is to establish the Treasure House model as the ideal way to help adults with cognitive disabilities realize their full potential. We plan on doing this not only within the walls of Treasure House, but beyond the walls as well.
We receive a lot of inquiries about whether Treasure House will be built in other locations. Our vision includes sharing our model with existing providers and facilities as well as examining long-term expansion that would duplicate the Treasure House model in other locations.
But we can’t do it without the support of those around the country who
care about the future of the young people we strive to serve. We invite you to visit our Support page to learn how you can help us expand our mission and impact.