Community Integration Services include ADVP, Innovations, Long Term Supports, and B3 services. These services are available to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They are designed to enhance vocational skills/work readiness, personal enrichment/life skills, and to promote community integration and skills development to help with day-to-day issues related to working and supported employment.
A day program that provides organized developmental activities for adults with developmental disabilities to prepare them to live as independently as possible. ADVP provides opportunities for the client's enjoyment of leisure activities and the development of community living skills, vocational adjustment, work activity training, and personal skills development.
Our day support staff works closely with ADVP members to promote the following:
These programs are available to assist persons with arranging for and supporting paid work. Services include intensive involvement of staff working with individuals to develop workforce skills needed to secure and maintain competitive employment.
JCI's community-based programs for persons who are Medicaid eligible and who meet the requirements of Innovations guidelines are eligible for Day Supports and Supported Employment. Day Supports are offered in Johnston and Harnett County locations and in other community settings. Supported Employment is offered at a variety of work sites where clients are employed and includes long-term supports which aid in job retention once the client is considered successfully employed.
Services are designed to help individuals with significant disabilities remain stable within careers of their choice. LTVS Employment Specialists work with individuals, employers, and families on a monthly basis to ensure participant career success.