Patrick's message was simple... If he can do this thing we call life, than anyone can.
"The only disability we have is a negative attitude." These are the inspiring words of HK Derryberry. On Tuesday October 17, Journeys in Community Living hosted an event to bring awareness to their mission of enabling people with disabilities to live more fulfilling lives.
Murfreesboro Police are tasked with investigating a theft of shoes. However, they are not looking into the theft of only one pair of shoes, but instead... 48 pairs of shoes.
Journeys in Community Living has announced that it will be partnering with Smyrna Kohl's for this year's "Fall Social" costume party event.
Veteran Nashville television reporter Larry Flowers will be the keynote speaker at an April 28 event in Murfreesboro aimed at raising money for a local nonprofit that supports people with disabilities.
Journeys is a more than 40-year-old nonprofit organization that serves people with disabilities in Rutherford and Cannon counties.
Local business leaders who are interested in learning about the benefits of hiring people with disabilities are invited to attend an event at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce in late January.
The majority of items on the Heart Tree are simple things like clothing, including socks, shirts and pants, said Journeys Development Coordinator Mark Bell.
The staff and people served by local nonprofit Journeys in Community Living would like to thank Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess for being this year's Mystery Guest in association with the 2015 Fall Social for people with intellectual disabilities.
His duties include overseeing its residential program, facility training and programming for the persons served and coordinating Journeys' protection from harm system.
The longtime director of a local nonprofit organization that supports people with intellectual disabilities will retire Nov. 1, leaving behind a legacy of expanding opportunities for the population she served for 38 years.
Among those awarded this year will be one very special honoree who is served by Journeys. This person has made serious strides over the past year towards regaining independence.
Mark Bell with Journey's in Community Living says that state budget cuts will hurt the those with intellectual disabilities...
Murfreesboro Police Chief Glenn Chrisman was revealed this past Friday as the mystery man who donned glue-on nails and eyelashes, jewelry, a wig and a pink dress to help raise money for...
Journeys in Community Living invites everyone in our community to get in on the fun of guessing the true identity of a local community member who has dressed up as Dolly Parton to help raise money for the organization's mission.
Two Woodbury natives were honored at a statewide awards ceremony in Nashville on Wednesday for their long-time support of Murfreesboro nonprofit Journeys in Community Living.
The local Knights of Columbus, Marian Council No. 4563, awarded Journeys in Community Living a $618 check on Monday to help the local nonprofit continue its mission to support adults with intellectual disabilities.
Local nonprofit Journeys in Community Living is inviting the public to join the organization April 24 as it awards outgoing county Commissioner Joyce Ealy and several other outstanding community members for their service.
The disability services provider that supports adults with intellectual disabilities with choosing and realizing their visions of how they want to live, work and socialize will host its Annual Celebration & Silent Auction from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
More than 7,000 Tennesseans, including 165 here in Rutherford County, are stuck on the state’s Waiting List for community-based services, and as a bill makes its way through the state’s legislature that could cut down on the number of people waiting for services.
People with intellectual disabilities and their families in Rutherford, Cannon and other Middle Tennessee counties are invited to have their voices heard at a DIDD Stakeholder Forum Feb. 10th.
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