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Mission Statement

To provide awareness, strength, stability, and self-reliance in addition to creating changes for those with autism and coexisting disabilities. Our goal is to help those forced to choose one disability to be able to be supported and live with their multiple disabilities.

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InBetween Living Rehabilitation Center (IBL) is currently a 501(c)(3) status. Inbetween Living is a humanitarian organization and a charitable foundation that focuses on raising awareness of individuals with autism living with more than one significant disability. Many people with autism are faced with more than just autism as a factor. InBetween Living helps raise a more in-depth insight and address the gap in everyday life issues. In doing so, our organization also supports and targets other disabilities, such as mental illness. At Inbetween Living, 85% of every dollar received helps fund programs and services to increase the understanding and growth of our individuals.

Through our crisis teams, volunteers, community living centers, Roku Channel, and educational programs, we educate the public on that there are people with more than one disability and the needs that should be addressed. We serve as one of the few "gap" reality organizations whose goal is to help create awareness among the general population to bridge gaps between autism and coexisting disabilities.

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