Thank You To The Following Organizations For Their FY 2014-2015 Donations:
Music City Aircraft Sales
United Way of Sumner County
United Way of Robertson County
City of Hendersonville
ITW-Dynatec employees: Ponci Cobb, Ken Gilbert, Scott Holzworth, Ashish Patil and Dave Fulmer for landscaping and painting.
Mission Discovery for painting & landscaping.
Long Hollow Baptist Church for painting
The Moore Family Luncheon
Boy Scout, Nathaniel Moss, for organizing volunteers to paint the exterior of our Springfield Center
Hendersonville Boy Scout Troop 413 for landscaping Gallatin center
STR in Hendersonville for donation of hard drives.
Faith In Action Volunteers (Springfield 1st United Methodist Church) for painting.
Trans-Partners, LLC for transportation service
Freedom Church for painting
Keller Williams Realty (Hendersonville & White House offices)
Thanks to the following businesses for helping with our BBQ Fundraiser: Kimbro Air, Byrum Repair LLC, Catfish House, Cunningham Motors, Dean Oil, Larry's Restaurant, Robertson County Funeral Home, Morningside Assisted Living, The Depot Restaurant, Shoney's, Austin and Bell Funeral Home, Rod's Tires, 21st Century, Whitt's BBQ, and Baldwin's BBQ.
Andrea Ball from Play Ball Therapy for providing a free class in association with our Early Intervention program.
News & Info.
H.A.T.S., Inc. is looking for new Board members who reside in Robertson, Sumner and Trousdale County. If interested, please contact Everton Campbell, Board Chairperson at: 615-451-0150
Assisting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by clearing the way to maximize community integration in its various forms and by providing support to ensure a healthy and meaningful life. Our goal is to promote opportunities of inclusion, safety, self-direction and choice.
To continue providing quality supports and services to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Because people’s goals and desires are forever evolving, our training and support model will evolve with the needs of our service recipients. H.A.T.S., Inc. embraces the value of growing as the needs for services increase. H.A.T.S. will continue to examine ways to improve its supports and services and will also continue to address any and all systemic issues.
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H.A.T.S. centers in Gallatin and Springfield will be closed on Friday, March 6th, due to inclement weather.