Enable Opens 20th Residential Group Home

Brick Mayor John G. Ducey did the honors on cutting the Ribbon on Enable’s new home.

Brick – (2/7/19) – Today, Enable, Inc. celebrated the opening of its newest group home with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Celebrating 30 years of excellence in providing programs and services for individuals with disabilities, this home, located in Brick Township, marks the organizations 20th community-based group home.

“We are thrilled to be here today for the opening of our newest home,” says Lisa Coscia, CEO, Enable. We built this home from the ground up and had it designed specifically to accommodate the medical needs of the four consumers who will be residing in this home.”

The firm of Steven S. Cohen Architects P.C. and the construction company, Walters Homes, were instrumental in designing the home, complete with easy access doors to accommodate hospital beds and equipment.

“We must thank the architects, our builders, Homes Now and the Township of Brick for helping this project come to fruition,” continues Coscia.

Assisting Coscia in the Ribbon Cutting were the Mayor of Brick, the Honorable John G. Ducey, Brick Councilman Jim Fozman, and Enable Board President, Domenic Sanginiti, Jr., Esq.

“I am honored to be part of an organization that has been a leader in its field for serving the needs of the disability community,” states Sanginiti. “The men and women who are served by Enable are in the hands of caring, well-trained staff whose goal it is to assist each person to live their best possible life.”

In addition to residential services, Enable also provides day and in-home support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) throughout Central NJ. In 2019, the organization expects to be opening three additional homes.

To learn more about Enable, visit www.enablenj.org or follow Enable on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.