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SARRC Expanding to Mesa, Ariz. in Early 2025

In early 2025, SARRC will open its fifth campus located at Power and McKellips roads in Mesa, Arizona. The new Kathryn G. Bosco Campus aligns with SARRC’s Strategic Plan to operate nine “brick-and-mortar” campuses across the state by 2030.

SARRC’s new Mesa campus will house a fourth Community School, an inclusive preschool program for children 15 months-5 years, as well as space for a variety of the nonprofit’s comprehensive home and community-based services and family and community services.

A key component of SARRC’s Strategic Plan is to expand the organization statewide, ensuring that impactful services are accessible to every resident of Arizona. Mesa, the third-most populous city in the state, holds the distinct honor of being the first Autism Certified City in the U.S., making it a natural and strategic choice for the next location.

“Our newest Mesa location marks SARRC’s second new campus as part of our strategic plan, with four to go by 2030 helping us reach new autistic children, teens, adults and their families,” says Daniel Openden, Ph.D., BCBA-D. “Together with the support of our community, we’re actively building inclusive, supportive communities throughout the Grand Canyon State.”

SARRC currently features four campus locations: Phoenix (18th Street), Phoenix (16th Street), Tempe and Scottsdale (Paiute Neighborhood Center). This new campus location puts SARRC one step closer to achieving its goals and notably, allows more families to access SARRC services. By 2030, SARRC plans to have campuses in the West Valley, North Phoenix/Scottsdale, Tucson and Northern Arizona.

Please contact SARRC’s Family Resource Team if you are interested in learning more about enrollment activities related to the new Mesa campus.

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