Get to Know Main Street

Main Street’s mission is to create dynamic opportunities through affordable, inclusive housing and community engagement so people of all abilities can live their best lives.

Join Us

Inclusivity Redefined.  We envision a world where people of all abilities thrive together – are included, feel connected and have abundant choices and opportunities. Your involvement in Main Street as a member, volunteer or donor puts us one step closer to creating this world. Join us today.


Attend an Event

At Main Street, we believe in offering a wide variety of programs to pique everyone’s interests. Members engage in events in the following categories: culture, personal development, social, and wellness, as well as participate in member-led clubs.

Tai Chi / Kung Fu Fusion

November 29 @ 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Moms’ Coffee

November 30 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Patio Lunch

November 30 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

Main Street Hang

November 30 @ 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm

Meet Our Members

More than anything else, Main Street is a community of people with powerful stories to tell. Learn about the story of Jillian and Scott Copeland and of other families who have joined the Main Street movement.

Kaity’s Story

September 21st, 2021|0 Comments

Kaitlin Taylor is a member of Main Street Connect along with her mother, Courtney and brother, Khary. Kaity regularly participates in Main Street programs but she also leads an art class that meets several [...]

  • Danny, Nicol, Ethan and Jack Copeland

The Copeland Family’s Story

September 22nd, 2021|Comments Off on The Copeland Family’s Story

Main Street is the vision of Jillian and Scott Copeland whose son, Nicolas, has developmental disabilities. Nicolas, now 21, began having seizures at the age of 8 months. While his seizures are currently controlled, Nicolas’ [...]

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Main Street in the News

Take a look at some of the buzz surrounding our innovative and inclusive community from The Washington Post and other media outlets. There is plenty to catch up on!