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Willows Way as featured in Weldon Spring NeighborsWillows Way as featured in Weldon Spring Neighbors

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Willows Way, a non-profit organization in St. Charles, has been empowering adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1989.

Founded on the core values of teamwork, respect, integrity and person-centered support, Willows Way provides adults of all abilities with the opportunity to experience a sense of home, a feeling of security and an avenue for personal growth and independence through a variety of programs and services, including:

Read more: Willows Way as featured in Weldon Spring Neighbors

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Willows Way featured in Saint Charles County Community News

Thanks to Saint Charles County Community News for helping us spread the word about our awesome programs and services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities! Check us out on Page 3 of their June 27 issue!

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Willows Way 4th Annual Art Of Wine, as featured in StreetScape Magazine

Thank you StreetScape Magazine for the awesome photo spread on the Art of Wine in the 2017 Holiday Issue!

As Featured In StreetScape Magazine

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Willows Way, as featured on Y98 St. Louis Voices

By Jill Devine

This edition of St. Louis Voices featured Willows Way. Joy, Emily, and Michelle were my guests.

Read more: St. Louis Voices – Willows Way

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WILLOWS WAY AS FEATURED IN:
St. Louis Post Dispatch

People with autism and other disabilities see new hope for Missouri program expansion

By Alex Stuckey This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For years, Adam Frey sat on his mother’s couch, the bookcases nearby crammed full of books. Instead of interacting with people, he spent most of his hours with the wizards and dragons that danced across the pages of his science fiction and fantasy books.

Read more: Willows Way Featured in STL Today

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