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 (bowling, swimming, etc.)
- Community activities (Pompey’s Pillar, Montana Fair, etc.)
- Artistic and creative opportunities
- Educational and exercise opportunities
- Cooking classes
- Music classes
- Volunteer opportunities (ReStore, Audubon, ZooMontana, etc.)
- Assistance with ADL’s (personal care)
- Kiosk support (The COR Coffee Shop and Deli)
- Community Based Work Experiences allow a person to “try out” a position in the community, with the support of a Career Guidance Center staff person.
- Community Employment support allows a person to maintain a job in the community with the support of a Career Guidance Center staff person.
- Provide job readiness training and develop work skills needed for employment such as; soft skills training, interview skills, interest exploration, etc.
- 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.
- Assist with managing medical appointments and medications.
- Assist with transportation.
- Assist with meal planning and preparation.
- Assist with money management, budgeting, and shopping.
- Assist with a variety of other needs.
- Individuals in Supported Living also have access to 24 hour a day on-call supports.