We provide support and guidance for young adults and adults with developmental disabilities who have little to no work history entering the workforce. Through adaptive programming, a dedicated staff, open partnerships with businesses, families and community members, we find new opportunities for our consumers to grow, share and develop as independent adults. We also work closely with families with teenage children, helping consumers access career-track training and employment in high-growth fields.

Intake:  All program participants living in the District must be referred by the DC Department of Disabilities Services, which includes the DC Office of Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and the DC Developmental Disabilities Administration. In Maryland, referrals may come from the Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) or the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA).

Employment:  Our Employment Specialists work one-on-one with adults with a developmental disability  to help identify their strengths and interests, develop the needed skills, help place them in a good work environment and provide ongoing support to ensure success. If an employment situation is deemed a bad fit, we work to find a better solution for the consumer.

Education (available at our DC location only): Our DC program features an adult basic education program using CASAS (Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System). Classes are offered to day program hours. We do accept walk-ins as well as referrals through DC Vault.


Our work is only possible thanks to some great community partners who give clients at our Supported Employment programs the opportunity to serve others:

DC Office of State Supervision for Education

District of Columbia Rehabilitation Services Administration

Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) 

Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA)