Tommy Nobis Center is a nonprofit organization that trains and supports youth and adults with disabilities as they seek to find workplace success. Tommy Nobis Center helps individuals with all types of disabilities to enter or return to employment, and to enjoy productive and independent lifestyles while contributing to the greater business community. Founded in 1977 by former Atlanta Falcon Tommy Nobis, educator Bobbie Knopf, and parent and advocate Joyce Slaughter as a response to the lack of services after high school for individuals with special education needs. Tommy Nobis Center has now served over 25,000 individuals and touched countless lives and families.
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Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm EST