Felicity House is always committed to diversity, inclusion and the health and safety of all of our members. We mourn the loss of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and so many before. We reject racism. We stand with our Black community members.
We believe that beyond these important words, action is necessary. We are working to offer our members and staff both support and additional programming to confront racial inequality. We remain committed to upholding our code of conduct, which ensures that Felicity House is a place where all participants and staff accept and respect one another and everyone feels safe and comfortable. For a list of resources click here.
We’ve been there, too.
That autism support group where there was only one other woman in the room. The class where there weren’t any other students with autism. Places where we felt like no one understood, and we couldn’t be ourselves.
But Felicity House is our house. It is a free social community space just for women with autism. We come here to meet, to socialize, to pursue interests, to learn, to create, to connect to other resources, to find supportive people, to laugh.