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Promise in Brevard

UPDATED: June 30, 2021

Promise in Brevard is a place where adults with special needs can live a life full of opportunities and freedom never thought possible. The biggest fear of children with special needs has is “What will happen to my child when I am no longer able to care for him or her?” For so many, Promise is a dream come true.
Established in 2009, Promise, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that was designed to provide affordable, independent housing for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities utilizing public and private partnerships to develop a model community.
Located in West Melbourne, Florida, the Promise in Brevard affordable housing community, founded in 2014, is enhanced by Promise’s Life Enrichment Program, which incorporates a variety of programs and services that seek to provide a fulfilling life for each of its residents.
Our Life Enrichment Program includes vocational training and employment opportunities; transportation services; independent living courses; health, fitness and nutrition classes; and more. Our residents participating in our Life Enrichment Program have nearly 50 activities per week to choose from. Currently, Promise is the first of its kind in the state of Florida to combine all of these elements and amenities. We believe it will serve as a model that can be replicated in communities across the country and even the world.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • Medicaid

Address:

4105 Norfolk Parkway
West Melbourne, FL 32904
United States

Website:

promiseinbrevard.com

Phone:

(321) 722-7400

Email:

promiseinbrevard@gmail.com

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