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DBNR MISSION, VISION, VALUES

DBNR Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower and inspire individuals with disabilities to overcome challenges and reach their potential by fostering a mindset of courage, confidence, and competence. We aim to do this by restoring hope, peace, and love, and by promoting inclusivity and accessibility in the community. Our goal is to inspire and empower not only individuals with disabilities but also their support network and the wider community.

Wesley Hamilton with a blue sweater and grey pants sitting in a blue framed wheelchair in bright sunny day on a mission for DBNR.

DBNR Vision

Dbnr’s vision is to empower individuals with disabilities through programs focused on physical activity, nutrition, and mental health. The organization aims to educate individuals and the community and improve the overall quality of life for people with disabilities. As our capacity for service increases, so does our understanding of the issues facing the disabled community, and we continue to broaden our vision and approach to addressing these challenges.

A group of DBNR adaptive athletes in chairs and with prosthetics working out on specialized adaptive training weight lifting equipment on a mission.

DBNR Values

“Advocate, Embrace, Support” is a concise way to summarize the mission and values of DBNR as an organization. As we work towards Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for people living with disabilities, by recognizing and embracing the complex identities of our audience.

Wes and DBNR stay active with the community as part of our values of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
"People deserve to know they are more than their circumstances."

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