To enhance the lives of people who are disabled or disadvantaged through work assessment, job training and job placement.
Triad Health Project provides emotional and practical support to individuals living with HIV/AIDS, to their loved ones, and to those at risk for HIV/AIDS; implements strategies to educate those at risk and the community about HIV/AIDS; and advocates locally, regionally, and nationally for individuals and groups infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Consulting for Not-for-Profits
To provide meeting space or AA and Al-Anon groups.
To improve functional outcomes and life participation access to those with aphasia.
The Triangle Debate League (TDL) seeks to bring the educational and developmental benefits of debate to underserved students in the Research Triangle area by partnering with selected secondary schools in the area public school systems and by providing coaching and competitive events for students in those schools. The sponsoring teams are members of the Dogwood Forensic League, the National Association of Speech and Debate (NASD), and the National Catholic Forensic League, though TDL is not directly affiliated with either of those teams or organizations. TUDL is also loosely, but not directly, affiliated with the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues (NAUDL). Initially, TDL will organize, train, and provide competitions for Durham public schools in Congressional Debate, as defined by the NASD and other aforementioned organizations.
To empower, connect and support parents of children with Down syndrome, their families and the community.
TDSN achieves this mission through an open, supportive and collaborative network that connects individuals and families with needed resources and information.
The vision of the Triangle Down Syndrome Network is to be an effective and comprehensive resource on Down syndrome in the Triangle region and throughout North Carolina. We envision a community where all people with Down syndrome can achieve their full potential, and where individuals with Down syndrome and their families are welcomed with fairness, enthusiasm and encouragement in the community.
To build a stronger community by strengthening the family.
To promote the growth of ultimate frisbee in the Triangle and throughout North Carolina via youth programs, purchase and development of dedicated fields, and running of tfda-sponsored leagues, venues, and tournaments.