Is SNAP & CLAP a non-profit organization? Yes, SNAP & CLAP is classified as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization by the standards of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Therefore, your donation may be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. SNAP & CLAP - EIN 87-2056133

Is SNAP & CLAP a DayHab? No, SNAP & CLAP is a community program for adults with special needs. Anchors will be integrated and out within the community 60-75% of the time. We are in the community every day. 

Do you take state waivers? No, at this time we are not taking state waivers. It is private pay and/or donations. 

Can I have a family or friend’s donation go toward my Anchor’s monthly tuition? Yes, if you have a friend, family, or a business that would like to donate to SNAP & CLAP, they may indicate that they wish it to go to a specific Anchor’s tuition. 

What are the program days and hours, is the program year round?  We are a Mon-Thurs, 9am-3pm community program that runs from August through May. The calendar with specific dates is available on the website.

Where is SNAP & CLAP located? SNAP & CLAP will be utilizing RockPointe Church (RPC) at 500 Parker Square Road in Flower Mound as its hub, drop off, and pick up location.

Is monthly tuition prorated for shorter months? Tuition is the same amount each month and is due on the 1st. Tuition is based on the number of program days in the year and was set to be consistent each month.

What do we do for lunches? Your Anchor can pack/bring lunch any and each day they want to. They may also purchase a lunch out in the community as well. There are some days we will go to restaurants but they don’t have to buy there and can eat the lunch that they bring. 

Are there costs for activities?  Each Anchor needs to carry or supply a debit/credit card and/or cash. Each Anchor is responsible for any community activities costs and meals. SNAP & CLAP is working with businesses to reduce costs or activities and even no costs. We welcome opportunities to partner with businesses and remind them we are a non-profit and there can be tax benefits for them. 

What does a typical day look like? 

             8:50 - 9:10 Arrival, unpack, get settled, and talk/plan the day!

9:10 - 9:50 Gym, games  

9:50 - 2:00 Pack up and out in the community -  See a Previous Activity Calendar

2:00 - 2:40  RPC - Activities Choice: gym, crafts, show, games

2:40 - 2:55 Pack up and depart

   (We are out in the community every day. Some days we might be out 2 hours and others might be 4hrs)

Do you accept anyone and are there any restrictions? Anchors need to be bathroom independent or on a schedule with little assistance, need to be able to stay with a group, follow instructions, participate in most activities, and control behaviors. If eloping and/or severe behaviors occur that cause harm to self and/or others, we will work with the Anchor and family but if there is no improvement, the Anchor can be removed from the program. We currently do not have a van with a chair lift, so Anchor must be able to be safely transported to the van and their chair capable of folding up. We have an enrollment committee that goes through and reviews each application. They will reach out to parents with any questions.

How many will be in the program? Right now, we are capping the number at 10 Anchors per day. Once we are full, we will place Anchors on a waiting list in order of applications received. 

When accepted, is my Anchor committed to the entire year? No, it is a month-to-month program, but a 30-day notice is required if your Anchor decides to leave the program.