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Additional event information can be found at https://www.indcreek.org/roll-and-stroll/.
Indian Creek Foundation’s 28th annual Roll, Stroll & Run will take place on Saturday, June 15th in Souderton. This charity ride/walk/race typically draws nearly 300 participants and volunteers from all over Southeastern PA and NJ. With scenic and challenging courses of 62, 40, 20 and 10 miles, this event has something for cyclists of all skill levels. There is also a 5k and 1k course for walkers or runners! Back for a third year is our TIMED 5K run! Afterwards, participants can enjoy an all-you-can-eat picnic buffet, live music, and many other fun activities. This event is sure to be fun for the entire family.
In addition to being one of the biggest community events of the year, it is also Indian Creek Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser. Indian Creek Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Proceeds from this year's event will be used to make necessary renovations in several of our 24 residential care homes. After registering, you will have the opportunity to create your own fundraising page to encourage your friends help us reach our goal of a new kitchen.
For more than 40 years, Indian Creek Foundation has provided services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties. The Foundation’s mission is to provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in and enrich the community throughout their lives. Through three departments offering behavioral health services, residential, and vocational programs, the foundation meets the needs of nearly 1200 individuals each year.
Behavioral Health Services: This department provides behavioral health supports to children and adults, who have an intellectual or developmental disability, as well as a mental health challenge. Home and community based supports incorporate the use of positive approaches, relationship development, skill building and environmental adaptations to promote positive behaviors and personal wellness. Medication management and psychotherapy promote recovery and symptom management. Services include: Intake/ Extended Assessment, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services - Wraparound (BHRS), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the Outpatient Mental Health Center, Therapeutic After School Program (TASP), Summer Therapeutic Activities Program (STAP), Transition Age Youth (TAY) Program, Peer Support Services, and Adult Behavior Support.
Residential & Community Based Services: A continuum of individualized services are offered to support people in exploring their place in the community. Twenty-four hour a day care is provided in homes throughout the area. Support is also given to individuals living independently or with a host family in their community. Residential & Community Based Services Department believes that individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability deserve to live in a safe environment that encourages positive relationships. Individuals served are supported in realizing their life goals through the expression of personal choice and community involvement.
Day Services: Community Participation Supports, vocational training, small group employment, Discovery and career development and day program options are provided for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Residents of Indian Creek Foundation and other adults in the community are offered a variety of support options to assist adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to greater community integration through meaningful community activities, volunteerism and competitive employment.
By participating in Roll Stroll & Run, and by encouraging others to sponsor your efforts, you are making a difference in the lives of the individuals that Indian Creek Serves.
If you have any questions about this event, click the button below.Questions?
FAQs, PDF route sheets, and other event details can be found by clicking the link above.
Although all of our routes are clearly marked, we are pleased to offer our riders, runners, and walkers several ways to make sure that everyone stays on course during the day of the event.
PDF format versions of all route cue sheets can be found by clicking HERE and then selecting the COURSES tab.
- Bridge work on New Hanover Square Road - The bridge is passable, but riders will need to use caution.
- Long Mill Rd @ Rt 63 – Construction at the intersection with a dividing wall in the middle of 63. Riders will have to take Old Sumneytown Pk to a left Sumneytown Pk and then turn right to return to Long Mill.
- Moyer Rd bridge – The bridge has been closed for years but is still passable for cyclists.
- Zepp Rd @ Sumneytown Pike – Bridge construction, road is closed but passable by bike.
Currently, there are no construction projects that impact the 10- and 20-mile routes.
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