Dream Catchers was created by Ariel Clinical Services 501c(3) in 2012 with the purpose to provide vocational training in the arts for adults with intellectual disabilities and at risk youth while engaging the larger community.

The Studio was created to supply our artisans with the workspace, tools, recycled materials and craftsmanship training they require to create quality handmade goods for sale. Artisans engage with the community by selling their handmade goods alongside local artists in the store, First Friday exhibitions and other cultural events.

We believe that every individual has a right to a meaningful life and an opportunity to contribute to their community. Ariel Clinical Services strives to help all adults and at risk youth in our care obtain the services and support they need to live a productive life and engage with the community. For more information about the programs and other services Ariel provides, please visit the Ariel Website or visit Contact Us.