Your business has needs.

We have solutions.

As an employer, you need workers who can get the job done. The adults with disabilities we serve, whether in an individual role in your company or in an enclave setting, have the skills to meet your company’s needs. Whether you need a team of employees on a production line or one more team member in your small business, we can help.

How It Works

All of the individuals we serve work with Vocational Rehabilitation Specials (also known as Job Coaches) either in an enclave with a ratio of 1 VRS to 5 individuals, or one-on-one with a VRS. These individuals work on site at your location, and in the case of Individual Supported Employment, are hired on by your company. NW Works provides the Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist at no charge to you and is available to provide support until the employee is capable of working independently to your satisfaction.

We also handle kitting contracts at our Shawnee Drive Facility, ranging from IV bag liners to screw kits. Whatever job you need, large or small, we would love to help you complete it.

Interested in learning more about how NW Works can help your company? Fill out our online form to request the individuals we serve to work for you. You can also email Operations Manager Jake Wharton at jwharton@nwworks.com to discuss larger-scale projects with NW Works.

“It is not an exaggeration to say that our collaboration with NW Works has saved our business relationships over the past year. Our ability to partner with them, and complete work where we lacked sufficient time, has allowed us to satisfy our customer demands. This is the kind of collaboration where everyone succeeds, because they found a way to work together.”


“Working with NW Works has been a great experience. They are easy to work with and very flexible when it comes to meeting our needs. We are happy to have a partnership with this great organization.” 

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Why Hire People with Disabilities?

When we think of people with disabilities, we often focus on what they can’t do, rather than what they can. The individuals we serve have a range of abilities and interests, just like anyone else. You might be surprised to learn that many of the individuals we serve have higher-than-average productivity rates, fantastic attendance records, and great attitudes.

Hiring people with disabilities brings a number of benefits, from added diversity in your workplace to government incentives. To learn more, check out the resources at the Department of Labor’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month website.

Recruit with NW Works Today!