Because inclusion is for everyone, it is also crucial that organizations reach beyond the walls of their own facilities into the greater community. At the St. Paul JCC, the CTRS also serves as a resource and advocate for inclusion in the neighboring community by serving on committees and engaging in partnerships with other social service agencies. The CTRS represents the JCC as part of the Jewish Community Inclusion Consortium, which is composed of local temples, synagogues, schools, and social service agencies, and serves as community-wide response to inclusion needs for individuals with disabilities. Additionally, through a partnership with the Jewish Family Services of St. Paul and the Jewish Mental Health Education Project, the JCC provides a monthly support group for parents with children with disabilities. It is through these relationships with other organizations that inclusion can have an extensive impact.