Supportive House for Young Adults Living with FASD Open for Business

Aloha Community Platteville, the first supportive-living facility specifically developed for young adults with an FASD is open and accepting applications for residents. The house was developed by FASD Communities and is managed by program director Jamie Klein. They are ready to select the first four residents, who will live in a safe and healthy environment and learn agriculture, livestock farming, and other skills, while enjoying the beautiful  and peaceful surroundings of rural Wisconsin.

Contact FASD Communities, apply for residency, and schedule a visit to Aloha Community Platteville today!

Aloha Community Platteville Now Accepting Applications

 

This post was edited on September 1, 2017 to correct spelling errors in the name of the contact organization and the application link.