Community-based support, training, and job placement for individuals with disabilities

Vocational Programming

From social skills development and recreational activities to employment support and vocational training, our goal is to empower individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, to live their lives to the fullest.

We focus on friendships, inclusivity, and strength-based learning and are dedicated to community building and meaningful engagement.

Supported Employment

Supported group programs 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. Our landscaping work crew also employs residents in our developmental disabilities programs.

We also offer our own social enterprises that employ individuals through supported employment, including:

Prospect Meadow Farm

Prospect Meadow Farm—a therapeutic vocational farming program for individuals with disabilities—provides employment support and meaningful daily activities to 80+ participants, many of whom also have mental health challenges. We currently offer farm programs in Hatfield and Pittsfield.

Our Farm Store offers a wide variety of local meats, produce, eggs, and much more.

Rooster Cafe

ServiceNet’s Rooster Cafe is a vocational culinary training program for individuals with disabilities, driven by a commitment to inclusion and personal growth.

Since its launch in 2018, the cafe has flourished into a bustling eatery. And every meal you enjoy at the Rooster Cafe helps talented individuals gain valuable skills and participate more actively in the community.

Community Day Programs

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.

Current programs include:

Skillbuilders Makerspace+

ServiceNet’s Skillbuilders Makerspace+ is a vibrant art, technology, and engineering community-based day program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The program consists of multiple state-of-the-art studios, as well as a Makerspace lounge. The program also hosts regular community outings focused on art, technology, and engineering.

Enrichment Center

The Enrichment Center is dedicated to empowering individuals with acquired brain injuries (ABI) and helping them build a strong sense of community and fulfillment.

Recognizing each participant’s unique talents and interests, our activities and therapies are designed to promote learning, social interaction, and a feeling of belonging.

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