Community Resources

Greenville CAN (Collaborative Action Network) – a network of self advocates, service providers, families, caregivers, and professionals committed to making Greenville County a better place to live and work for individuals with disabilities. They believe that through partnerships, cooperation, and local advocacy, Greenville can be a more equitable and inclusive community to live.

Thrive Upstate – the largest and oldest provider of services to people with disabilities in Greenville County, aged birth through end of life. Currently offering a wide variety of services and supports at low or no cost to families and individuals.

R.E.C.E.S.S., YMCA of Greenville – program recognizes that for many adults, the end of high school means the end of the social, educational and recreational opportunities provided in that environment. The need was recognized for a place for adults with disabilities to find acceptance, belonging, and opportunities for a better lifestyle, and the RECESS program was started.

People under 65 in Greenville County with a Disability: Census 2012 - 2016

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People under 65 in Greenville County with a Disability: Census 2012 - 2016

Every donation, large and small affects positive change.

Within our generation, people with disabilities were locked away from society with a belief that they had nothing useful to contribute.  Although much progress has been made in the past fifty years, individuals with disabilities still struggle to be seen, heard, valued, and included.

YOU can be the difference.  Together, we can achieve our vision of a community where all individuals with disabilities flourish.

Thank you for being a champion for individuals with disabilities!

The Barbara Stone Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law.