Services / Programs
Adult Developmental Vocational Program (ADVP)
Provides services for individuals with developmental disabilities using real work as a primary job training tool; emphasis is placed on development of socialization and independent living skills.
Provides psychotherapy services through counseling to help individuals deal with stress, depression, anxiety, and relationship problems.
Community Alternative Program (CAP)
Provides Medicaid funded one-on-one/group services to persons with developmental disabilities.
Day Activity Services
Provides an organized day activity program with supervision for adults for a substantial part of the day in a group setting to individuals who are mentally ill, developmentally disabled or have substance abuse disorders.
Provides individually designed instructions, training or functional developmental intervention activities.
Provides activities for senior adults with developmental disabilities.
The production departments provide quality work for local industries at our facilities or at the customer's location. For adults with disabilities this production work environment presents the opportunity to earn income while supplying competitively priced outsourced labor to local industries.
For consumers services provided are: Assembly, Packaging, Collating, shipping, re-Work, Bar Coding, sorting Heat sealing, Shrink Wrapping and Quality inspection. Other services that are available are Warehousing, pickup and delivery.
Provides one-on-one training to individuals who are employed within the community; provides follow along services to individuals and employers with monthly visits to ensure maintaining employment.
Provides testing and assessment of an individual's vocational potential and a written program for rehabilitation or habilitation.
Vocational Work Adjustment
Provides a real work setting requiring either vocational training or adjustment to prepare for employment in a competitive labor market.