THE TRELLIS CENTER

The Trellis Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that fosters a sense of purpose and belonging in teens and adults with developmental disabilities.

The Trellis Center was created by a group of concerned parents who recognized the need for a creative, innovative, community-based program where adults with developmental disabilities are able to continue to learn, grow, have social relationships, and work toward independence.

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In 59 children are diagnosed with Autism in the USA
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Times more common in boys than in girls
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Young adults who live with parents after highschool

ABOUT US

Currently more than 85% of individuals with developmental disabilities are unemployed due to lack of transitional support, job-site training, and employment opportunities geared for success.

The Trellis Center aims to fill this gap for young adults with developmental disabilities through our high school transitional program. With a focus on gardening, we provide vocational skill development, stimulating activities, and a social community of peers.

Our Mission

OUR PROGRAMS

High School
Transitional

Gardening
Program

Community
Support

Behavioral
Support

THE TRELLIS CENTER CSA

The Trellis Center operates a one-acre production vegetable and herb farm that is operated by adults who have autism and other disabilities. Founded in 2014 by a group of four young men with disabilities and their families.

Our produce and fresh cut flowers are available at local farmers markets, area restaurants and through our seasonal community supported agriculture program which provides weekly deliveries of our fresh, chemical-free produce to local customers in the Kittitas Valley.

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