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Save the Date! Denim, Diamons & Dice Gala

Save the Date! Denim, Diamons & Dice Gala

Save the Date! Sponsorship opportunities available! Please contact jachel@specialabilities.net for more information.

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Introducing JaChel Redmond – New President & CEO

Introducing JaChel Redmond – New President & CEO

Special Abilities of North Texas is excited to announce that JaChel Redmond will be taking the reins of New President & CEO of SANT with the beginning of 2017. JaChel comes to us from the Tom Joyner Foundation where she worked as a Program Manager since 2009. She […]

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Special Abilities Named NonProfit of the Year!

Special Abilities Named NonProfit of the Year!

Today we were presented THE NONPROFIT OF THE YEAR award through Unity in Communities, a collective organization of area chambers of commerce, civic organizations, city municipalities,  and local businesses. This reflects so much of your hard work, determination and commitment toward our mission.

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Community Inclusion Program Update

Community Inclusion Program Update

Our COMMUNITY INCLUSION Programs help transition our students and clients into society! Recent trips include: Frisco Roughriders Baseball, Dallas Arboretum, Hank Haney Golf Ranch, Medieval Times, The Art House, Grapevine Foundry, Texas Motor Speedway, George Bush Presidential Museum & Library, Dallas Museum of Art, Special Olympics Games, […]

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Save the Date! Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting is August 25th

Save the Date! Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting is August 25th

NEW DATE/TIME SAVE THE DATE!: Our GRAND OPENING/RIBBON CUTTING for the new headquarters will be THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th, 2016 @ 3:30pm. There will be several events and activities throughout the day, with our students and clients showcasing their abilities, celebrations with several local partner organizations, an Ice […]

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Staff Announcements

We are thrilled to announce some significant changes and additions to our team. Mr. Brian Petty has been appointed as our “Program Administrator.” In his role, Brian will assist and coordinate our many contracts, new student and client registrations, Community Outreach, Vocational Training, and daily operations at […]

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We Are Growing!

We are pleased to share that we have sold our building on Archer Ave. in Lewisville, and with the purchase of our new building, are moved into our new headquarters and Lewisville Training Center, 1511 Justin Rd. Suite B. The new facility will not only house our […]

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Special Abilities of North Texas is MOVING!

Special Abilities of North Texas is MOVING!

Dear Friends and Community, We are very excited to share with you, effective Monday, April 25th, Special Abilities of North Texas will officially move into our new headquarters and Training Center. We are purchasing the building located at: 1511 FM 407/Justin Rd. Suite B, Lewisville, TX. Please […]

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UP from the Ashes of Disaster come the Roses of Success!

UP from the Ashes of Disaster come the Roses of Success!

Dear Friends and Families, “UP from the Ashes of Disaster come the Roses of Success!”   So much has happened since we shared with you the news of our vandalism and burglary.   You may have already heard, our bus has been found!   The bus was abandoned in Dallas, […]

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO

First let me thank you all that have shared your thoughts and prayers during our recent disaster.   Most of you know by now that we were vandalized and burglarized significantly over the Labor Day weekend.   A local television report news link is below: http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/North-Texas-Charity-Out-Thousands-After-Break-In-325813671.html It has been […]

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