1. What kind of organization is Day Spring?

Day Spring is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization. This means that your donation will be tax-deductible. We are governed by a volunteer (unpaid) Board of Directors, and all contributions and proceeds go directly and solely into the provision of services for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

2. What makes Day Spring unique?

Day Spring is unique because it is built around the gifts of the many people who are part of Day Spring. Our services are person-centered, and we are committed to discovering creative and innovative approaches to transforming the world for people with developmental disabilities.

3. How do I find out more about receiving services at Day Spring?

Day Spring provides residential services for individuals who have the Supports for Community Living (SCL) waiver. Please contact our Intake Coordinator through email at info@daysprinky.org to discuss your needs and interests.

4. How is Day Spring funded?

Day Spring is funded through a combination of funding sources, including Medicaid, charitable grants, resident fees, private pay, individual donations, and corporate donations. All of these sources are important and necessary to enable us to provide services to people with developmental disabilities.

5. How can I help Day Spring?

Let’s get acquainted! Connect with us to learn about our mission and our needs! Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook. Send an email to our development team to schedule a tour of our campuses and to meet people served by Day Spring.

6. Do you need an SCL waiver to have access to Day Spring services?

For individuals not on the SCL waiver, Day Spring has a tuition based program, The College for Living. The College for Living allows for independent living in a campus atmosphere, with as needed support tailored to young adults with disabilities. Support is provided to students in a variety of ways, including mentorship, weekly classes, and unique resources.