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Winter Weather Schedule

Thank you for sharing the Filling Home Community Center space with us. We strive to offer a safe place for the community to come and walk. We want to ensure everyone’s safety during winter weather events, including those of our staff and those of the community members who join us to walk.

Please listen to 103.1 WNDH radio on mornings that winter weather is visiting us. Filing Home Community Center is a division of Filling Home Hab Centers.  Filling Home Hab Center delays and closings are announced along with the school closings on 103.1 WNDH.

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 18, 2016

-If Filling Home Hab Center is delayed, the Community building will not open until 10am.

-If the Filling Home Hab Center is open with no transportation or if the Filling Home Hab Center is closed, The Filling Home Community Center will also be closed for community walking.

We apologize for this inconvenience but on these days our staffing resources will need to be refocused to ensure services for those individuals we serve. We also want to ensure that our parking lot is safe for those using the building.

We appreciate your help in ensuring the safest experience for all.

If you have questions please feel free to contact Lori Beakas, Director of Facilities (419) 592-6451 ext 1250 or Jenny Perdew, Director of Community Services (419) 592-6451 ext 1247 or feel free to ask any staff that is working during community walking hours. Thank you! 

FHCC Intro

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On Monday, August 3rd, Filling Homes opened the doors of a new facility and a new opportunity for our Adult Day Service clients...the Filling Homes Community Center!

This building was a generous gift to our ministry from the Society for the Handicapped! Located at 470 Independence Dr., this building is remembered by many as the old roller skating rink. It is a beautiful structure in excellent condition with a whole host of possibilities for the people that we serve!

Also holding offices in the FHCC are the UAW Local 86 and the Society for the Handicapped. Additionally, the Henry County Humane Society will continue having Bingo and the community of walkers will continue to have the doors opened bright and early for their daily routines! This truly is a “community” center!

We are tremendously thankful for this gift and the relationships it has formed, not only for what it means for Filling Homes, but also for what it means for our Henry County community and the wider population of people with disabilities who will be served by it!