Home of Hope’s vocational vision is to give people with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy the same privileges that others enjoy – the opportunity to earn real wages for real work, the pride of employment, and to chance to be productive members of their communities. To fulfill that vision, Home of Hope’s vocational program offers services based on an individual’s ability and needs. The development of work-readiness skills such as attention to task and development of appropriate motor skills may be part of the services provided. Our services range from pre-employment skills training with job coach oversight to independent community placement. Generally, employment begins with skills training in one of our many client operated businesses or sheltered workshops. Training includes a wide range of activities that are directed at specific goals leading to job development.
For more information, contact Dena Pitts, Chief Operating Officer.