Through support, challenge, and opportunity, Triangle, Inc. empowers people with disabilities and their families to enjoy rich, fulfilling lives. We are committed to helping the world realize that we are all people with ability.
Triangle, Inc. was established in 1971 by business leaders and families who believed that we are all people with ability. In our early years, we provided on-site employment opportunities for people with disabilities from Medford, Malden, and Everett. Because people with disabilities wanted to work and live in the community, we also opened three community homes in our first decade.
Since 2001, Triangle, Inc. has rapidly expanded to provide youth and adults with the innovative career, leadership, and safety skills they need to live more independent, dignified lives. Our School-to-Career and Empowering People for Inclusive Communities (EPIC) initiatives equip high school students with disabilities and recent graduates with the tools to start careers and serve and lead their local communities. Our national award-winning IMPACT:Ability program provides evidence-based abuse prevention training that empowers people of all abilities to live safe, healthy lives. At our nine beautiful homes in Malden, Melrose, Peabody, Danvers, Reading, Stoneham, and Saugus, we provide support to 43 people to help them enjoy more independent, dignified lives.
Our Impact in FY21
- 3,814 people were served in 120 Massachusetts communities.
- 43 individuals with disabilities live in our nine loving residential homes.
- Our supported employment programs created 70 job opportunities and placements.
- 246 students and adults with disabilities who attend programming at one of our four service sites in Malden (2), Randolph, and Salem were provided services.
- An additional 370 people were trained, placed and supported through comprehensive Workforce Development programs that support individual job seekers with disabilities.
- We provided services to 1,022 students with disabilities through school partnerships with more than 40 districts.
- 556 students received IMPACT:Ability classes that teach safety, healthy relationship, and abuse prevention skills to people with disabilities.
To learn more about the outcomes of our programs, view our FY21 Annual Report.