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CEO E-News Fall Highlights

Campus Redevelopment Update

Jawonio will begin the second phase of construction on its new Main Campus building this fall!


Welcome to the fall! We are thrilled to share all of the exciting new beginnings at Jawonio. The Jawonio main campus will soon begin Phase 2 of the construction of its campus redevelopment, which will transform it into a 21st century resource for families, children and adults with disabilities, mental health challenges, chronic medical conditions and special needs. Our campus transformation is the largest economic development project by a non-profit (aside from hospitals) in the region. Our transformed campus will offer a new  landscaping plan as well, surrounding our "new home."

Construction will begin this month, and we are looking forward to completion of the project in December of 2019. While construction is underway, staff will continue to work in the current main building. Please take a moment to watch my video message for more details. I hope you take a look at all of the amazing highlights featuring Jawonio Programs and Services, along with our incredible staff that make Jawonio the very special and unique organization it is.

As always, we thank you for your continued support of our lifespan services. I invite you to reach out to us for a tour of our campus so you can experience and see first-hand, the rich array of services Jawonio provides! More information is available on our website. Please feel free to drop me an email at any time. Thank you for all you do to keep Jawonio growing!

-Jill Warner, CEO

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Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to help us build our new home for generations of families and individuals with special needs yet to come.

For more information or to take a tour, please contact Diana Hess, Chief Development Officer, at