Future Resource Center

May 2007
PN;May2007, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p85
Trade Publication
The article reports on the ground breaking ceremony for the establishment of the Arizona Disability Resources Center (ADSC) by the Arizona Bridge to Independent Living in Phoenix, Arizona. Reports reveal that ADSC will serve as the future home of ten prominent nonprofit and governmental organizations. In addition, the new center will provide shared program and administrative office space for its nonprofit and governmental organizations.


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