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Community Programs and Classes

Society's Assets is dedicated to being a strong community partner. We host several groups and events for disability awareness, peer support, and education for people with disabilities and mental health conditions and their family and friends. Follow our Facebook for current events and news.

TREES (Teaching Relationships for Everyone in Everyday Situations)

Explore relationships and boundaries with our exclusive, interactive program. TREES guides you through how different relationships develop, how to set your own boundaries, and how to recognize and respect the boundaries of others. From best friends to co-workers, each relationship is different, but they all start with ourselves. Send an email with questions about funding sources or accomodations or call 262-637-9128.





Bookworm Club Meetings

Hand drawn logo for bookclub including cute worm wearing glasses and scarf in a wheelchair

Our Independent Living Center is hosting monthly Bookworm Club meetings to delve into books that explore disability-related themes. A limited supply of each title is available from our lending library. Past books include Still Alice, The Fault in Our Stars, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

Our group meets at the Society's Assets Kenosha office at 3:00 p.m. on the last Tuesday of every month.

Contact us by email with questions. Or call 262-657-3999.


RevitalEYES: Vision Loss Empowerment Group

hand drawn logo for revital "eyes" drawing of young man walking with white cane

Revital Eyes is an empowerment group for those with any degree of vision loss. We meet monthly to give insight and provide resources for anyone with a visual impairment, no matter how recent. We support each other in being independent and living with vision loss. 

We meet in person and by call in on the second Thursday of the month from 1:30 to 3:00 pm. For more information, send an email to Tami or call her at 262-925-6097.