Creating a more inclusive Center since 1984!
We provide opportunities to people of all ages and abilities, races and backgrounds, and genders and sexual orientations for inclusion in all programs; a primary service goal of the St. Paul JCC is to provide an environment that supports individuals and their families to participate in any and all available programming. An important way that we meet this service goal is through our Inclusion program, which specializes in disability-geared programming.REGISTER FOR UPCOMING EVENTS
2014 Ruderman Prize in Inclusion Winner
The St. Paul JCC is honored to be one of five winners of the 2014 Ruderman Prize in Inclusion. The Prize honors organizations worldwide that operate innovative programs and provide services that foster the full inclusion of people with disabilities in their local Jewish community. Each winner will receive $50,000 to continue their work and pursue new opportunities for inclusion in their local communities.
Visit the Ruderman Family Foundation site for more information about this prize and the St. Paul JCC’s inclusion program.
St. Paul Wellness
Adults with developmental disabilities receive ongoing, subsidized training from a personal trainer.
Club Kulanu is a day camp program at Camp Butwin for individuals with disabilities ages 16+. Campers learn to develop unique skills as a group. Campers experience activities in four areas: Recreation, Home Living, Community Participation and Job Skills. Busing from St. Paul, Mendota Heights, Eagan, and Minneapolis sites is available. Open to the community. Space is limited.
Highland Friendship Club
The Highland Friendship Club spends its Wednesday evenings at the St. Paul JCC! The evenings will alternate between different facilitated activities, from gym game nights to pool table fun!
For more information, contact Ashley Skelly at 651-698-4096.
Sibshops provide activities and support for children ages 6-12 who have a sibling with a disability.
To register, contact Arc Greater Twin Cities at 952-920-0855.