Inclusion Center

Brattleboro, Vermont 

Inclusion Center

Inclusion Center is a free drop in, activity center by and for all people with disabilities, medical concerns and interested community members.  

At Inclusion Center we decide what activities to pursue and then we make it all happen- while also sorting out how to make each activity accessible for all.


Inclusion Center is located at 16 Bradley Ave., Brattleboro (lower level St. Michael's Episcopal Church).

Hours:  Monday 9:00 to 2:00.  Friday: 9:00 to 3:00

 For information on closings due to questionable weather 

check our Facebook page and this website.  

IC closes 

when Brattleboro public schools 

close due to weather.

Please contact us if you would like to be a substitute facilitator who keeps Inclusion Center open on days of questionable weather.

We, at Inclusion Center, created a video for Paula Poundstone's song 'Not my butterfingers'. Paula and her staff loved our video!  Listen to the podcast 'Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone!' and hear them mention Inclusion Center on their November 19th's show!  GO INCLUSION CENTER!!!

Some things need to change!

Inclusion Center, a local non profit, drop-in center by and for people with medical issues or disabilities, is looking for one or two dedicated individuals to join our board. 

While we are a small program, we create quality activities for dozens of individuals each week, and we do this for free. 

In order for IC to continue working at this high level we need a few new board members who can volunteer 2 hours a month. 

We are looking for people who understand the incredible and far reaching value of our program. 

If you are interested, please contact us at [email protected]


Programs of Inclusion Center

Meet and Greet: New participants and interested community members come to see what Inclusion Center is all about on 

the First Week of each month (1l:00 to 2:00). 

Drop in Activity Sessions : Monday 9:00 to 2:00.  Friday: 9:00 to 3:00.

Face to Face :  A teaching program for those interested in learning about Disability.

Buddy Program :  We set you up with a Buddy to have coming to Inclusion Center more comfortable for you.

Work Group : We discuss advocacy, new programs, and all things related to Inclusion Center.

Inclusion Center programs and activities 
are continuously growing, evolving and changing along with participant interests.

 We are each responsible for bringing our own aides, communication devices and equipment so that we may be as independent as possible. 

Inclusion Center is now chemical and fragrance free so that all who come to IC can stay as long as possible. 

What does this mean for me? 
Simply, try not to use anything with fragrances or 
chemicals on the day of IC. 

Since each person who deals with multiple chemical issues has different needs, we will talk about the specific needs of those attending IC periodically to learn just what chemicals or fragrances to be aware of for IC sessions.

-- Have a question about this? Just let us know!

We are free, all volunteer, and all are welcome. 

Inclusion Center, a registered non profit, 501c3, is an unaffiliated, independent program.

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