Day Support Services & Community Engagement

Staff member Lacey and client Deanna build a woodworking project together for Valentine’s Day.

Choice Matters

NW Works provides support for individuals with disabilities to reach their employment goals. But we all have the right to make choices about how, when, and if we work. For some clients, programming that helps them to be active in life and in the community is preferable. That’s why we offer Day Support Services.

Through Day Support Services, individuals utilize the SNAP (Specific Natural Activity Program) curriculum to improve life skills. They also attend community outings, engaging in recreational and leisure activities. Some clients choose to work part time and participate in Day Support part time, so options are available to meet every individual’s goals.

Individuals enrolled in this program typically have a Medicaid Waiver, however, private pay options are available. Operating hours for this program are Monday through Friday, 8:15 am – 3:15 pm.

NW Works is proud to use the SNAP curriculum, a program designed specifically for adults with disabilities.

Community is for All

Individuals are encouraged through our community engagement program to participate in meaningful activities in the local community. Depending on the needs and desire of each individual, this program may include travel training, establishing a bank account, volunteering at a local community partner, or even attending a local sporting event or entertainment activity in the broader region. Individuals are encouraged to express their own ideas and desires for community engagement, and the NW Works staff members arrange the opportunities. Operating hours for this program are typically Monday through Friday, 8:15 am – 3:15 pm. Activities that fall outside of these operating hours are discussed on a case by case basis.

Contact us today to learn if Day Support Services and Community Engagement are right for you!