Services and Programs

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Core Programs

Adult Development Day Treatment (ADDT)

This program is available for any adult with a development disability aged 18 years or older. The individual must have Arkansas Medicaid funding. This program meets Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. The goal of this program is to teach adults with disabilities basic life skills to live their most independent successful life. The program focuses on the following areas:

Our Services:

  • Job Readiness Services
  • Job Readiness (Pre/Post Employment Services)
  • Vocational Skills Training
  • Transportation ($5 roundtrip rate in city limits)
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Money Management
  • Transition Services

 

Vocational Training

This program is available for any adult with a disability aged 24 or older per federal guidelines. This program meets Monday-Friday from 9:30am-3:00pm. The goal of this program is to teach and prepare individuals for community integrated employment. The program focuses on the following areas:

Job Readiness Services:

  • Job Readiness (Pre/Post Employment Services)
  • Vocational Skills Training
  • Soft and essential skills such as how to appropriately interact and dress in a workspace and taking breaks on time.
  • Transportation ($5 roundtrip rate in city limits)
Supported Employment

This program is available for any adult with a development disability aged 18 years or older. The individual must come through Arkansas Rehabilitation Services, Texas Workforce Commission, or have a Ticket to Work. This program is individualized and will meet one-on-one with an employment specialist to prepare, secure, and maintain community employment. The program focuses on the following areas:

Our Services:

  • Job Readiness Services
  • Job Readiness (Pre/Post Employment Services)
  • Vocational Skills Training
  • Work Adjustment Training
  • Craft Resumes
  • Interview skills
  • Job Development
  • Job Coaching
  • Supported Employment
  • Job Retention
  • Vocational Assessments

 

Community Living

This program is available for any adult with a development disability aged 18 years or older. The individual must have Arkansas Waiver funding. The goal of this program is to teach adults with disabilities basic life skills to live their most independent successful life. The program focuses on the following areas:

Our Services:

  • Independent Living Skills
  • Money Management
  • Medication Management
  • Health and Safety
  • Hygiene and Grooming
  • Grocery Shopping and Cooking Skills
  • Transition Services



 

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Your source for high quality and reliable sub-contract labor.

Facility
  • 18 Wheeler Loading/Unloading Dock with gap plate
  • Ground Level Loading/Unloading Dock
  • 3,000 lb Forklift and Pallet Jacks
  • 3,000 Square Feet of Storage Area
  • 4,000 Square Feet of Production Area
  • Three Phase Electrical Power Capacity
  • Your Product Insured under our Building Contents Insurance
Workforce
  • 40-50 Work Trainees
  • 10 to 1 Direct Supervision
  • Job Oversight
  • All Products Inspected
  • Guaranteed Work Quality
  • Excellent Reliable Work Performance Record
  • Production Cost Based on Piece Rate Performance of a Person without a Disability. 
  • Trainees are paid piece rate, minimum wage or higher than minimum wage depending on job task assignment. 
Service Areas
  • Assembly/Disassembly
  • Bagging
  • Collating, Folding
  • Equipment Operation (onsite) Hazardous/High-Skilled equipment limitations apply
  • Gauging
  • Inspecting
  • Labeling, Tagging
  • Packaging
  • Preparing Mailers & Flyers
  • Sorting
  • Simple Painting/Stenciling
  • Simple Recycling
  • Toxic Waste Prohibited
  • Janitorial
Industry References
  • HUMCO, Texarkana, Texas
  • INPAC, Inc., Texarkana, Arkansas
  • JCM Industries, Nash, Texas
  • Smith-Blair, Inc., Texarkana, Arkansas
  • Sterno Group, Texarkana, Texas
  • Abernathy, Texarkana, Arkansas
  • Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, Texarkana, Arkansas

Janitorial off site contracts: Southeastern Freight lines, Inc., Temple Memorial Pediatric Center, Alzheimer’s Alliance, INPAC, LLC, and Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc.