Hancock Center provides dance/movement therapy sessions, classes in creative movement and Alexander Technique, outreach workshops and other programming for the local and statewide community. Hancock Center therapists also facilitate an In-School Violence Prevention through Movement program in several local elementary schools.
Hancock Center therapists work with individuals interested in holistic health, children and adults with developmental disabilities, survivors of sexual abuse and assault, and children or adults suffering from anxiety, depression, or other issues.
Hancock Center's scholarship fund helps provide therapy to those who could otherwise not afford it. Hancock Center is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.