Job development & placement: This helps individuals with IDD prepare, find, and keep employment. We have a contract with the Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services to provide these job coaching, job placement, and supported employment services.

Day Habilitation: Currently in the planning stages, this is aimed at serving individuals unable to work in the competitive marketplace by providing them with structured training in self-care, communication, volunteerism, vocational opportunities, & independent living skills.

Residential living: This future effort is dedicated to promoting optimal wellness through a comprehensive, caring therapeutic learning environment that includes 1) a small residential life-sharing community, 2) work related life skills, and 3) recreational/social benefits.

Respite care: This future effort is the provision of short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for individuals with IDD.

Advocacy: This ongoing effort involves representing and supporting individuals with I/DD and families’ vis-à-vis various institutions (state supported living center, schools, etc.), and advocating for Medicaid.