Phone: (865) 524-5555 | Email: info@sertoma.com
Serving adults with intellectual disabilities in Knoxville since 1961.

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In partnership with WBIR, the Homebuilders Association of Greater Knoxville and the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors, Sertoma is excited to announce the 2016 LABOR OF LOVE project to build a new Duplex on Boyd’s Bridge Pike for the people we serve. Click on the image above or HERE to be a part of this amazing project and directly support our community.


Mission & Values

Sertoma Center is dedicated to providing programs and services that empower adults with intellectual disabilities to achieve their fullest potential.
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History

Sertoma was founded in 1961 by the Knoxville Downtown Sertoma Club and met in the basement of First Presbyterian Church. The initial goal of the Center was to train pre-school children for special education classes in the public schools.
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Giving

Sertoma provides programs that enhance the lives of those we serve but we can’t do it alone. Your gift allows us to continue the same exemplary care and services that Sertoma Center has delivered to persons with disabilities since 1961
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Labor of Love 2013

In 2013, Sertoma Center received a huge outpouring of support in building a brand new duplex via the Labor of Love Project. This handicapped-accessible duplex is now home to six individuals with intellectual disabilities served by the Sertoma Center. The three partners in this were WBIR, the Homebuilders Association of Greater Knoxville and the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors. Under the amazing leadership of Mike Stevens (with Mike Stevens Homes) and Doyle Webb (with Realty Executives), this home became a reality in about three months. The Tennessee Housing Development Agency also provided the initial startup funding for this project.

Duplex Revealed

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Residents’ First Christmas in Duplex

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