We offer day programs and residential and vocational supports to individuals based on their specific needs.
To receive services from COR Enterprises and / or the Career Guidance Center, individuals must be eligible through a public agency (i.e. Department of Public Health and Human Services, Vocational Rehabilitation program, etc.) or receive private funding.
- Recreation and socialization opportunities
- Community activities (bowling, swimming, field trips)
- Artistic and creative opportunities
- Cooking classes
- Exercise and health education
- Music Therapy
- Volunteer opportunities (animal shelters, ReStore, Meals on Wheels, ZooMontana, etc.)
- Assistance with ADL’s (personal care)
- Kiosk support (The COR Coffee Shop and Deli)
- Facility Based Employment at COR Enterprises includes our Woodshop and Janitorial crews.
- Community Assessment services allow a person to “try out” a position in the community, with the support of a Career Guidance Center staff person.
- In-House Job Readiness Training allows a person to work in our facility and learn about the demands, value and meaning of work.
- Community Employment support allows a person to maintain a job in the community with the support of a Career Guidance Center staff person.
- Vocational Evaluation is a process that includes written and computer testing, job assessments, psyche assessments and a variety of other means to identify work skills that meet an individual’s abilities.
Supported Living is a community based program that supports individuals to live in their own apartment, house or family home.
Supported Living Specialists assist with managing medical appointments, medications, transportation, shopping, meal planning and preparation, money management and budgeting and a variety of other needs. Individuals in Supported Living also have access to 24 hour a day on-call supports.