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  • Trinity Services spreads message of inclusion for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, all year-round

    Mar 24, 2017

    NEW LENOX, IL — Though Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month is coming to a close, efforts to promote awareness of developmental disabilities is a year-round endeavor for Trinity Services, Inc.

    Trinity supports hundreds of men, women and children with developmental disabilities through its residential services, adult learning programs, school, supported employment programs, and other specialized programs and services.

    Trinity’s mission is to help those it serves so that they may flourish and live full and abundant lives.

    Part of flourishing means the people Trinity serves are integrated into their communities, provided the same opportunities that people without disabilities have to experience the world, socialize and contribute to society in a meaningful way. And part of that integration depends on the general public having an understanding of developmental disabilities as well as a willingness to accept people’s differences.

    Developmental disabilities are categorized as any condition that causes impairment in physical, learning, language or behavior areas. Some common types of developmental disabilities are autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy and intellectual disabilities.

    Some people with disabilities may need specialized education courses. Others may require assistance to complete duties at their jobs. And some may need help getting from place to place, cooking their meals or completing other tasks that are part of a typical day.

    These differences do not mean that people with disabilities must lead a life that is any less full than that of any other person. Having a full life and being a member of one’s community requires acceptance from other members of the community. Many people with disabilities have felt excluded, judged, belittled or disrespected at some point in their lives while in public, and this is why spreading a message of inclusion and oneness is so important.

    At Trinity Services, Personal Outcome Measures defined by The Council on Quality and Leadership, a human service training and accreditation organization — which Trinity’s Executive Director Art Dykstra once led — are ingrained into the culture. These measures have an impact on the quality of one’s life — regardless of ability or disability — and all staff members at Trinity Services strive to ensure the people Trinity supports are provided the following outcomes.

    People: are connected to natural support networks; have intimate relationships; are safe; have the best possible health; exercise rights; are treated fairly; are free from abuse and neglect; experience continuity and security; decide when to share personal information; choose where and with whom they live; choose where they work; use their environments; live in integrated environments; interact with other members of the community; perform different social roles; choose services; choose personal goals; realize personal goals; participate in the life of the community; have friends; and are respected.

    To wrap up Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, Trinity Services encourages others to continue to spread a message of inclusion — a message that dates back to the month’s national proclamation in 1987.

    Trinity Services, Inc. is a 67-year-old, nonsectarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness flourish and live full and abundant lives. Trinity serves more than 3,500 people in 31 communities in Will, Cook, DuPage, Grundy, Peoria, Jackson, Madison and St. Clair counties, and Reno, Nevada. To learn more, visit www.trinity-services.org.

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  • 2017 Trinity Trekkers Challenge

    Mar 22, 2017
    It's time for the third annual Trinity Trekkers Challenge! Rally your co-workers to form a team, or sign up on your own and you'll be assigned to a team.The goal is for each team to walk the 300 miles from Mascoutah to New Lenox (not actually or all at once!) between April 6 and June 22.

    Progress will be posted in the Lillie Pad Cafe and prizes will be awarded in several categories. If you need a little inspiration to move more, this could be it! We'll even help you get a pedometer. Click here for Trekkers Details

    Whether you sign up on your own or with a team, the registration form is here at your fingertips.   Click here for the Registration form

    If you have any questions, call Debi at 815-722-0166, or email her at dbatchelor@trinity-services.org

    Don't delay! Your registration must be received by March 31!

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  • Trinity Services’ Horticulture Program announces Spring Sale to begin May 5

    Mar 03, 2017

    JOLIET, IL — Trinity Services’ Horticulture Program is spending the final weeks of the winter looking ahead to spring. Program participants are getting ready for the annual Spring Sale, set to kick off Friday, May 5, at the greenhouse, 100 N. Gougar Road in Joliet.

    The men and women who participate in the program are working on growing and preparing spring flowers, plants, vegetables, grasses and herbs. Some of the highlights of this season’s sale are marigolds, verbenas, impatiens, petunias, needle point ivy, peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes and more.

    Flowers are available in cells, for $2 each, or flats, for $14 each. Baskets range from $14-$17, and planters range from $18-$26. All herbs are on sale for $3. Grasses range from $4-$7.50, and individual plants are either $3 or $4 each.

    Pre-sale order forms are available now at www.TrinityGreenhouse.com. All proceeds benefit the men, women and children with developmental disabilities and mental illness who Trinity supports.

    Beginning May 5, members of the public can visit the greenhouse between 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday to purchase flowers and plants onsite.

    Those who would like to set up a time outside of regular business hours to shop the program’s available items can contact the Horticulture Program directly at (815) 485-8146.

    The Horticulture Program is an Adult Learning Program operated by Trinity Services, Inc. All proceeds from sales benefit the people served by Trinity, a 67-year-old, nonsectarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness flourish and live full and abundant lives. Trinity serves more than 3,500 people in 31 communities in Will, Cook, DuPage, Grundy, Peoria, Jackson, Madison and St. Clair counties, and Reno, Nevada. To learn more, visit www.trinity-services.org.

     Horticulture Spring Sale
    Trinity Services’ Horticulture Program, in Joliet, is preparing spring flowers and plants for its 2017 Spring Sale.

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Upcoming Events

  • 24th Annual Tom O'Reilly Memorial Golf Classic

    Join some American icons like Uncle Sam, the Statue of Liberty, Betsy Ross, Benjamin Franklin, Rosie the Riveter, Abraham Lincoln and more for a day of fun Thursday, May 18, at Odyssey Country Club in Tinley Park to benefit Trinity Services, Inc.

    Your registration fee includes a gift, lunch buffet, a bucket of range balls, pop, beer and snacks on the course, dinner awards, a complimentary specialty drink and cigar on holes 5 and 16, and more!

    The schedule for the day is as follows:
    10:30 to Noon: Registration/bucket of range balls
    11 to 11:45: Buffet lunch
    Noon: Shotgun start
    5:30 p.m.: Cocktails and silent auction
    6 p.m.: Dinner and awards

    Cost is $195 per golfer/$780 per foursome and $50 for dinner only.

    Click here for tickets and sponsorship opportunities.

    RSVP to Trinity’s Development Office by May 6 at (815) 717-3750.

  • Trinity Triumph 5K Run/Walk

    The Trinity Triumph 5K celebrates the triumphs and achievements – big or small – of those who participate and of the adults and children with disabilities and mental illness who are served by Trinity Services. 

    Runners and walkers of all ages gather to provide inspiration, draw strength from others and enjoy the camaraderie while supporting Trinity Services, a 67-year-old non-sectarian, nonprofit organization that serves 3,500 children and adults with disabilities in 31 Illinois communities in Will, Cook, DuPage, Grundy, Madison, Peoria, Jackson, and St. Clair counties as well as in Reno, Nevada. 

    For those who prefer a shorter route, a 1K walk is available. The 5K course is certified by USA Track and Field and the race will be chip-timed for accurate results. Awards will be given to fastest male and female as well as top performers in various age ranges.

    Celebrate your story, be an inspiration or participate in memory of someone. Share your reason for running or walking on race day on the Wall of Triumph and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TrinityTriumph5K.

    The first 200 pre-registered participants will receive a tech T-shirt. 

    GET YOUR REGISTRATION REFUNDED!
    Participants also may opt to create their own fundraising page online while registering. Collect $150 or more in donations for Trinity Services, and we will send you a refund check after race day. Ask friends, family and coworkers to support Trinity’s mission to help people with disabilities live full and abundant lives.

  • 28th Annual Dinner Dance & Auction

    Please join us for a night of fellowship, fine dining, dancing, and silent and live auctions at our 28th Annual Dinner Dance & Auction, Saturday, Sept. 16, at Odyssey Country Club in Tinley Park. 
    This year's theme is "Havana Nights."
    The evening starts with cocktails at 5 p.m.

    Sponsorship Opportunities:
    Platinum - $5,000
    Full-page color ad in the program book
    Business logo posted on Trinity Services' website
    10 complimentary tickets
    Mention on social media

    Gold - $3,000
    Full-page color ad in the program book
    Business name on the Trinity Services website
    Six complimentary tickets
    Mention on social media

    Silver - $2,000
    Full-page BW ad in the program book
    Business name on the Trinity Services website
    Four complimentary tickets
    Mention on social media

    Bronze - $1,000
    Half-page BW ad in the program book
    Business name on the Trinity Services website
    Two complimentary tickets
    Mention on social media

    Ad Information:
    Full-page color $500 7.5” W x 9.75” H
    Full-page BW $300 7.5” W x 9.75” H
    1/2-page BW $200 7.5” W x 4.875” H
    1/4-page BW $100 3.75” W x 4.875” H
    1/8-page business card/celebration BW $50 3.75”W x 2.4375” H

    We hope that you will help us make this event a success by contributing a new, unused item for the silent or live auction. All items donated are 100% tax deductible.
    Some popular auction items from past years have included: tickets to sporting events, autographed sports paraphernalia, vacation packages (or airline miles), tools, theater tickets, gift cards, spa treatments, jewelry, wine, kids’ fun baskets, pet baskets, and electronics (iPad, Kindle, wireless sound systems, smart TV, etc.)
    Please drop off or mail your item(s) by Friday, Aug. 25, to 301 Veterans Parkway, New Lenox, IL 60451.
    If you need Trinity staff to pick up your donation, please call 815-717-3750.

    Please check back for ticket information as it becomes available, or call (815) 717-3750.
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