At Trinity Services, an environment that promotes learning is the foundation for helping people with disabilities flourish and live full and abundant lives.

Therefore, Trinity’s Community Day Services emphasize developing work and social skills, and optimizing self-direction and self-determination. Program participants enjoy access to the community and are encouraged to engage with others as business customers, volunteers at an organization or members of a club. Advances in technology have helped promote learning and communication and are interwoven with the activities throughout the day.

Each program generally operates from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. with programming options available for six hours daily. Service and support planning occurs on an individual basis and is accomplished through a process, as each person’s plan seeks to maximize achievement in areas related to language, mobility, self-care, and personal finance, to name a few.

Unique to Southern Illinois, Trinity Farmstead & Gardens features a beautiful expanse of greenery and farmland where program participants can grow their own vegetables and fruits. People can enjoy the open outdoor land all year-round.

Adults with disabilities who are ages 18 and older, and are served residentially by Trinity Services, live at home or are served by other agencies, are eligible to join Community Day Services at Trinity.

For more information about Community Day Services in Southern Illinois, contact Trinity Southwest Director Mike Lowry at 618-566-4200 or by email.