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Stone Creek Zen Center is a Buddhist practice center in the Soto tradition, dedicated to the dharma teachings of awakening to reality and living compassionately in this impermanent, interdependent world. The core activity at the center is zazen, or wholehearted sitting here and now. Members of this sangha aim to extend their practice throughout each day, living consciously as part of the interconnected web of beings supporting one another’s lives.
The Fayette County Association for the Blind is a non-profit organization that has been serving the visually impaired of Fayette County since 1946.
The focus of the Fayette County Association of the Blind is to assist in the prevention of blindness and to provide aid to those who are visually impaired through various services and programs.
The Association works closely with the Bureau of the Blind and Visual Services, the Veterans Administration, and other community partners to ensure that those in need are being served efficiently, effectively, and respectfully.
The Association is a member agency of the Pennsylvania Association of the Blind, an organization that is dedicated to preventing, preparing for, and managing vision loss for Pennsylvania across the Commonwealth.
The mission of Fresh Start is to assist chemically dependent, mentally ill, and/ or homeless individuals in gaining the treatment and supports necessary to lead a healthy and productive life. Fresh Start will offer supportive housing and case management which will link our clients to the services and opportunities that lead to a return to individual dignity, self-sufficiency and self-worth.