Irving K. Zola Center for Persons with Disabilities at Brigham House
The Irving K. Zola Center for Persons with Disabilities at Brigham House is a drop-in community center for persons with disabilities. The center is named for Irving Kenneth Zola, a resident of Newton, MA, who was an internationally known sociologist and advocate who specialized in disability studies and medical sociology.
This center provides a welcoming environment for persons with disabilities to
- participate in the community
The facilities include:
- five computers with Internet access
- large screen TV, DVD and CD players
- pool table
- sewing machines
- a meeting room
The center is located in the Brigham Community House, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, located at 20 Hartford Street, Newton Highlands, MA 02461. Space is available for rental to various groups throughout the week. The building is accessible and conveniently located on the Riverside D Newton Highlands stop.