INARF Member Abilities Services, Inc. (ASI) has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to build its 15th home in the Crawfordsville area for people with disabilities. The home will be built on a lot purchased by ASI that borders the west side of the Wabash College campus, giving the homes future residents the opportunity to be more integrated into the community, have access to more green space and be within walking distance of various social events.
Bob Cook, ASI executive director, contacted Habitat for Humanity in the fall about a potential partnership. “It has been a great partnership,” he said to the Journal Review in Crawfordsville. “If you don’t ask you don’t know. I asked and they immediately embraced us.”