Nia is dedicated to helping to increase purposeful living for all individuals who have disabilities that impede their quality of life.
This rewarding ministry shall continue its commitment to enhancing the lifestyles of the individuals that desire fulfilling experiences to include Community-Based Services, Supported Living Services, Family Model Residential Services, Personal Assistance Services, Nursing and Behavior Services. We are devoted to economic and housing development by creating job opportunities and providing affordable housing.
Nia shall continue to fulfill the mission of providing exceptional person-centered supports and services for individuals with disabilities. We shall meet many needs by providing supportive services to families and individuals who have developmental, intellectual and acquired disabilities, such as: strokes, Traumatic Brain Injury, Dementia. We desire to help meet the needs that are impacting the communities in Middle Tennessee. We believe everyone should have a “Purpose for Living.” We commit to ensuring the individuals we support receive quality of life opportunities as designed by themselves and their families.
In December of 1997, Retired Sergeant Major Daniel Stevens and Retired Federal Manager Carol Stevens decided to make an impact in the lives of families with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Nia Association was formed as a premier organization to provide quality supports and personal care services for those families. Nia Association was founded with vision, compassion, and economic development in mind. With over 50 adults and youth supported to date Nia Association continues to be an advocate for families as well as individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Nia Association family is dedicated to creating purposeful environments for all individuals supported.
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