Treasure House is directly impacting the quality of life for individuals and families by offering an innovative living environment that helps strengthen our community. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to providing a superior living experience for our residents in an accessible manner.
We’re committed to a fiscally sustainable business model that will not only retire the debt on construction of our Glendale facility, but in the long term, will also identify ways to expand the Treasure House vision into other communities around the country.
Our model is built around advancing our residents’ safety and well-being, building their independence and creating connections in our community. By supporting Treasure House, you not only impact the lives of young people and their families, you strengthen the fabric of our community as a whole.
For more information on supporting Treasure House financially, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a young adult in your family with a cognitive disability, or know someone who does, we encourage you to find out more about how Treasure House can help. We’re not the right fit for every young adult, but if we are not, we’ll help you identify solutions that do work for your young adult and family.
To find out if Treasure House is the right fit for your family, contact us at email@example.com.
Treasure House is actively seeking partnerships in the community that provide an opportunity not only for community members to come in and support our residents, but provide our residents a chance to go out in the community and have a positive impact. We welcome opportunities to partner with those with vocational opportunities, unique and enjoyable activities, a need for an enthusiastic group of young adult volunteers and many other ways to connect.
To find out about community engagement opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.