The nonprofit Medina Creative Housing unveiled a new program Wednesday, giving young adults with disabilities a fighting chance at college life.
The program is called Medina Creative Transitions and has two-parts — one is residential, the other caters to commuter students.
“This is a program that’s going to empower people, that is going to change lives,” said CEO Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty.
Inside a large building on a quiet Brunswick street are eight unique efficiency apartment units — four with students with physical disabilities, four with students with mental disabilities.
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