The Olive Branch Frisco will grow in phases. Ultimately, we will build a campus that will be a self-sustaining community for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The plans and designs for the campus focus on an environmentally friendly, energy efficient campus that will provide a safe living and working community for its citizens.
Facility Phase 1 (2017) - 6811 Oak Street View Facility We have secured our initial footprint in Frisco in the heart of old downtown. At just under 2000 sq ft with greenspace outside, we have plenty of space to launch our 5-day a week Work Program and also have outdoor areas for our gardens and greenhouses. Our Frisco Location is at the corner of Oak Street and 3rd. This will start as a small footprint and serve as the launching pad for our larger campus in Phase 2.
Historic house in old town Frisco with enough room for 10-20 citizens
Space for Enterprise work programs (product development, wood working, carpentry, gifts)
Small Gift Shop
Outdoor space for organic gardens and greenhouse
Campus Phase 2 - 2018+ In addition to specially designed living facilities, residents will have access to:
Enterprise Work Center (wood working,carpentry shop, clay and casting to name a few)
Athletic and therapeutic facilities
Greenhouses and outdoor gardens
Careful consideration has been given to the purpose and use of each facility planned for the campus to allow citizens to learn, grow and achieve while participating and operating in several self-sustaining businesses.
The medical community will be invited to bring all manner of services required by the community and to create a teaching and working environment for all of our citizens.
Building a sustainable, enterprise-based residential community for young adults with disabilities and special needs.