Be Able Community Center Provides Support and a Place to Go

By Ryan Duey

In 2020 the Be Able Community Center opened its doors in Manhattan. Establishing an inviting Center for people of Manhattan and surrounding communities in need of a place to go for a variety of resources.

Scott Voos, Executive Director of Be Able, said Be Able is for anybody in need of a place to go and they have a wide gamut of individuals that visit the Center.

Voos said that Be Able runs on three pillars of emphasis and the Center is built to accommodate these needs.

As a non-profit organization Be Able is always looking for volunteers and donations to help keep the Community Center running. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.

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