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Mission: Our mission is to empower individuals with developmental disabilities to transform their own lives.

Programs: Voices together community: served approximately 200 individuals in one hour a week sessions combining music, language and communication skills and social/emotional learing.

voices together in education program: served approximately 320 students in durham, orange county, chatham, alamance-burlington, guilford and wake public schools with positive results in the areas of self-determination, self-expression, communication, speech and social interaction. Students participate in weekly sessions that weave music, language, cognitive, social and behavioral skills into motivational learning experiences that correlate with the nc department of education core curricula and iep goals.

voices together training: program offers various levels of training for techniques for increasing communication and social/emotional goals.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Vicki Bickham P.

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Rating: 5

The Music Therapists at Voices Together are the most dedicated and enthusiastic group I've had the pleasure of working with. Their passion for their work and their clients is inspiring. They bring energy into each and every session and always have the best interest and goals of each client in mind as they work. Their collaborative efforts in the office are very evident during sessions. It is a privilege to watch these Music Therapist in action.



Rating: 5

In Voices Together I have found a wonderful group of very talented professionals who live their mission on a daily basis. We take for granted our ability to interact and vocalize our thoughts, dreams and feelings. We rarely consider those who are unable to voice these things. Voices Together helps those who can be invisible in the main stream find their voice. I have had the opportunity to attend their annual concert as well as music therapy sessions. So many times when people view people with disabilities, what they see is the disability. When you see someone whose voice is set free through the power of music, the visual disability disappears and you are able to see the beautiful soul that is that person. What a beautiful gift they give through their work.