Found It! was organically grown out of the desire and need to...
Provide peer support and social activities for young adults affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other disabilitieS. We believe everyone has the right to friendship and support. Our goal is to help our members gain the tools needed so they no longer fall through the cracks.
Why We Started
In Solano county, there were not many options for those higher functioning adults that wanted to be a part of a peer group or have an active, independent social life. Most current programs were located outside of the county, cost too much, and/or are designed for those under 18. We needed a program of our own, in our own community. After searching and seeming to come up short, we “Found It“ within ourselves to create something that we believe is truly special and want to share it with you. So now, you have Found It! Too ~Alexis and Family
Provide Peer Support*
A facilitator will meet with the group to discuss:
The goal is to be a peer led group. A facilitator is onsite to ensure a welcoming, nonjudgmental atmosphere and to keep the group on topic. A short video maybe viewed or an agreed topic can be discussed or even learn something new alongside your peers.
*Participants must be moderately self-sufficient and able to actively communicate.
Our Social Group
We love to get together. Some of our activities include:
Help get the word out and Join Us!
We get it. You want someone to talk to, someone who understands and has walked in your shoes, someone to just call friend. Living with a disability can be tough and can impair the ability to make friends and we want to help.
While our primary focus are individuals with Neurodevelopmental disorders between the ages of 18-50, we welcome ALL including those with social anxiety.
Our meetings are held twice a month at the Joseph A. Nelson Community Center, 611 Village Drive, Suisun City.
Our Peer support meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday* each month from 6:30-8:00pm.
Our Social Group meets on the 4th Wednesday* of each month from 6:30-8:00pm.
Social Opportunities for Disabled Adults (SODA) joins us for our meetings.
*Except for holidays. We only meet once a month November and December.
Our regular meetings: Wednesday May 8th and 22nd 6:30-8 at the Nelson Center 611 Village Dr., Suisun
June 21 - Friday Night Popcorn Sleepover at the Lounge 6pm
June 30th - Join us as we venture to San Francisco‘s Chinatown! Meet up at 10am
July TBD - Scavenger Hunt
July TBD - Friday Night Popcorn at the Lounge
Check back for more upcoming events!
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No matter the size of your donation, your support and contributions will enable us to continue to provide a welcoming place to meet and to keep our event costs down. Found It! is an IRS 501(c)(3) designated nonprofit. Please consult with your tax adviser to ensure you receive the full benefit of donating.
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Thank you to Quin Burke and the Burke Family for their generous donation made on behalf of their loving father, brother and son, Donald James Burke. You were loved then, loved today, loved always. MYM
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