Crestwood Station Grand Opening
Pillar held the grand opening for its new Community Engagement Center at Crestwood today. The 8,000-square-foot space will be Pillar’s fifth Louisville-area CEC, the largest by far – and will serve as a model for innovative technology used to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The CEC will feature numerous day programs, including:
Embracing Creativity Art Studio
Music Therapy and Dramatic Arts
Fitness and Recreational Program
Culinary Training Kitchen
Peggy’s Place Café
E3 Program with state-of-the-art sensory room to help with developing and engaging the senses
The Crestwood Station CEC located at 6206 Crestwood Station, will serve approximately 100 individuals, with 22 staff. Judge David Voegele, of Oldham County Fiscal Court, Crestwood’s outgoing mayor Dennis Deibel and newly elected mayor Jim Kramer, were among the invited guests on hand to celebrate.
The facility was built through the support of community partners, families of participants, and a Community Development Block Grant through the Kentucky Department of Local Government. Major funding also comes from the James Graham Brown Foundation, Frank Otte, the Gheens Foundation, the Kentucky Education Fund for Handicapped Children, the Mildred V. Horn Foundation, the Samuel Peyton Head Family Trust, and GE Appliances.