Futures Unlimited, Inc.

 

Celebrating 40 years of empowerment, inclusion & opportunity!

Futures Unlimited, Inc. has been the trusted provider of disability supports and early intervention programs in Sumner County, Kansas for 40 years, giving people of every age the help they need with the dignity they deserve. 

We invite you to learn more about us!


At a glance

Enhancing the lives of others by...

  • Giving pregnant mothers the support and education they need to grow happy, healthy babies. Learn more.
  • Helping adults with disabilities learn work skills. Learn more.
  • Fostering stronger families through home-based and center-based education, family support, health and mental health services and assistance with child care. Learn more.
  • Transporting the general public to work, doctor's appointments and errands. Learn more.
  • Serving as the single point of entry for developmental disability services for Sumner County. Learn more.
  •  Readying preschoolers from across the county for kindergarten. Learn more.
  • Enabling adults with disabilities to live as independently as possible and as appropriately supported as possible. Learn more.
  • Providing meaningful employment to over 120 employees. Learn more.
  • Offering manufacturing, packaging and assembly contract services at affordable rates. Learn more

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While performing his job shredding the contents of a bin as a participant in vocational services offered at Futures Unlimited, Duane Williams happened upon an envelope containing cash and coins. What
February 2016 - Several folks served were thrilled to move into their BRAND NEW home this week--made possible by the generosity of a couple very near and dear to the Futures family. We are very gratef
 September 2015 - This week is Direct Support Professional Recognition Week. We would like to take this opportunity to let the many direct support professionals (DSP) who work at Futures Unlimit
  August 2015 - Jacob Pettigrew, a sophomore at Wellington High School, seized the opportunity presented to him to start playing boccia ball (pronounced ‘bot-cha’ like the word: gotcha) comp