Rise Center - Inspiring Independence
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Inspiring
Independence.

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A non-residential Center for Independent Living serving individuals with disabilities in Southeast Texas.

Inspiring
Independence.

Divider Line

A non-residential Center for Independent Living serving individuals with disabilities in Southeast Texas.

RISE Center serves individuals within Hardin, Jefferson, and Orange counties.

For questions regarding services outside the listed area, please contact us via phone or through the contact form on this site.

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We were so happy to partner with the Southeast Texas Regional Day School Program for the Deaf and Junior League of Beaumont to provide flashing doorbells and sensory safe light cover to these awesome kids and staff in BISD! We love the light covers so much, we have some of our own in our offices now!

If you know of a classroom that could use sensory-safe/inclusion items contact us at risecil.org/contact/ ! #sensory #jlbeaumont #inclusion #accessibility
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We were so happy to partner with the Southeast Texas Regional Day School Program for the Deaf and Junior League of Beaumont to provide flashing doorbells and sensory safe light cover to these awesome kids and staff in BISD! We love the light covers so much, we have some of our own in our offices now! 

If you know of a classroom that could use sensory-safe/inclusion items contact us at https://risecil.org/contact/ ! #sensory #jlbeaumont #inclusion #accessibilityImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

Orange County Residents Urged to Self-Report Damages to Homes & Businesses

Following the recent tornado event, the Orange County Office of Emergency Management and Orange County Disaster Rebuild is encouraging all residents in Orange County and the entire Southeast Texas area to self-report any damages to their homes and businesses.

If you sustained damage to your home or business as a result of the recent tornado event, please utilize the link or QR code below to submit a damage survey. Within the survey, disaster survivors will have the opportunity to request assistance from volunteer organizations at their property. This information will also help us request more resources and volunteers into the area to help.

Residents will be available to upload pictures and report damages to the property (up to 10 photos).

This voluntary self-reporting survey should not substitute residents reporting damages to their insurance agencies, nor does it guarantee disaster relief assistance.
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