Day Habilitation Services offers individuals with intellectual disabilities, brain injury or chronic mental illness a variety of group activities, educational events and socialization.
Having a job instills a sense of self-pride and purpose for many people. The opportunity to obtain and maintain employment or participate in volunteer work is a significant milestone for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
When an individual enrolls in one of our employment programs, they receive the help and support needed to prepare them for community-based employment. This is accomplished through a variety of services including:
If you've been diagnosed with a condition preventing you from independently holding a job, able to manage personal medications, and have a desire to work in the community, Crossroads may be able to help you! To see if our programs are right for you, contact us today!
“Crossroads clients have been a valuable part of our team. Customers love seeing them, and it gives them an opportunity to get out in the workforce. ”- Allen Murray, General Manager with Culvers in Council Bluffs
Supported Community Living Services are designed to support and provide skills and activities for daily living to adults and children with disabilities and mental illness.