When artist Rebecca Salter Harrison first walked into the Greenwood Project Hope campus building, she noticed a lot of empty, white walls.
Harrison came to the campus at 133 Merrywood Drive, site of the former Merrywood Elementary School, to do a commissioned art project – to create colorful murals on some of the walls.
Project Hope Foundation serves people coping with autism spectrum disorder. Established in 1996, there are now several campuses, including the one in Greenwood.
In 2016, Project HOPE Foundation entered into a collaboration with Greenwood Genetic Center – Helix & Hope – combining science and services, and began offering center-based applied behavior analysis therapy to clients in a multi-county area.
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