H.O.M.E.S., Inc.
Access to Employment

"We provide quality services to assist individuals in achieving their goals to live and work in the community."

H.O.M.E.S., Inc. was developed in 1972 for the purpose of providing support services to people with developmental disabilities. In 1984, Access to Employment was established to provide community based vocational services. Access to Employment Too, Inc. was developed in 1994. Over the years, we have expanded our services to meet the changing needs of the individuals we serve in a variety of residential and vocational services

Program Services
H.O.M.E.S., Inc./ATE's flexible support services are tailored to an individual's needs, focusing on strengths, areas of growth and personal choice.

SES:  Supported Employment Services
Services for individuals who need ongoing support to secure and maintain community based employment.

DT&H: Day Training & Habilitation
Supports to assist individuals in areas of self-care, communication, socialization and work related activities within the community.

EAS/PS:  Employment and Alternative Services/Personal Support
Supervision and assistance to increase independence, productivity and inclusion in the community.

SILS: Semi-Independent Living Services
Training and assistance in activities to maintain and improve an individual's capacity to live in the community.

SLS: Supported Living Services
Residential-based habilitation services ranging from minimal support and training up to 24 hour supervision and assistance.

In-Home Family Support
Services provided to enable the individual to remain in or return to the family home.

ILS: Independent Living Skills
Services that develop and maintain an individual's living skills and community integration.

Adult Foster Care
Group residential services offering 24 hour supervision.

*Not all services are available in all locations
H.O.M.E.S., Inc./ATE provides services to individuals who are over 18, have a diagnosed disability or other barriers which may limit their ability to live and/or work independently within the community.

Individuals are typically referred to H.O.M.E.S., Inc./ATE by their county case manager or the Department of Rehabilitation Services. If interested in making a referral, please contact the Program Supervisor at the office location nearest you.