CLUB T.E.C. Frequent Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is Club T.E.C.?

  • Club T.E.C. is a day support activities (DSA) program serving adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities (ID/DD).  Ages served from 21 to 102.

What are the hours and days of operation for Club T.E.C.?

  • Operations are Monday through Friday – 9 am to 2 pm.

What is the location of Club T.E.C.?

  • Club T.E.C. operates at 11015 25th St. Salem, OR 97301

How does one become a Club T.E.C. participant?

  • Referral from Marion County or Polk County ID/DD case manager.
  • Referral from an ID/DD brokerage personal agent (PA).
  • Contact our Client Services Manager at or 503-390-7355.

What is the benefit of participating in Club T.E.C.?

  • Club T.E.C. offers a variety of outing, events, and activities in the local area.
  • Daily those participating in Club T.E.C. experience nature, explore historical sites, enjoy consumer opportunities and absorb learning moments.
  • This is a place where trying new things is encouraged, being involved is a given and creating connections is on-going.

What are some of the favorite things of those participating in Club T.E.C.?

  • A day at the beach.
  • Cooking and baking classes.
  • Going to local farms for seasonal events and produce picking.
  • Enjoying state parks while eating lunch or taking a light hike.
  • Keeping our section of road clean up in participation of Adopt a Street.

What are some of the in-house activities that occur at Club T.E.C.?

  • Armchair travel exploring other cities, states, and countries.
  • Classes in cooking, baking, ASL, safety, etc.
  • Basic stretching, deep breathing and strengthening muscles.
  • Enhancing knowledge in the areas of math, word recognition, following instructions, challenging attention/focus, etc.
  • The challenge of a large piece puzzle.