Job coaching and placement for people with physical, developmental, or mental health challenges, or autism.
How We Help
Having meaningful work that matches interests and talents is a goal we all share, whatever our abilities or education. Equally important is the ability to earn a paycheck and pay the bills.
Through our Vocational Services programs, people with autism, developmental, physical, or mental health challenges gain the necessary tools and experience to find and maintain employment.
Supported group worksites offer employment for people who benefit from extra support and assistance. These include a variety of manufacturing and service industry companies located throughout the communities we serve.
Another example is our Landscaping Work Crew, which employs residents in our developmental disabilities programs. Each summer, this crew maintains the lawns and flower gardens at several of ServiceNet’s properties.
Community Day Program
We help prepare people for supported employment by offering pre-vocational job training, field trips, social opportunities, and volunteer options to model and teach vocation-related skills.
From specific job training opportunities, to coaching that promotes excellent work habits and social skills, we offer each of our participants the chance to build on their vocational strengths.