"I’m just excited about the future to make sure most people know there is a pathway through Blue Ridge Community College to wherever they want to go," the president of Blue Ridge Community College explained.
“To some extent, the sky is the limit, right now there is so much opportunity and community support. I am so incredibly thankful we have over 75 volunteers who work in this space,” Hyacinth Bellerose, director of the FCSS, explained.
Adagio House was founded in 2018, since then they have provided support through counseling, education , advocacy and much more for 400 individuals facing a disability or caring for a disabled loved one.
"To see the hope in the families, to see the people we work with, some of them having been in housing-restricted situations before. The emotion that they feel but then you pay that forward and we have built the house,” David Wenger explained.
“Whether they need food, hot meals showers, groceries to go home internet access job applications, and in recent years, we have tried to focus on trying to provide longer-term support for folks,” Sam Nickels explained. Nickels is the executive director for Our Community Place.