Provides employment opportunities for people with disabilities, ranging from 18 to 75 years old.
Their main purpose is to train everyone to be able to move on to a job in the competitive market.
While competitive employment is not for everyone, sheltered workshops are a place people with disabilities can come to work at their own pace, get a paycheck, and feel like contributing members of society.
Fulfills community’s need for a recycling program processing 80,000-120,000 pounds of old corrugated cardboard each month, and 40,000 to 60,000 pounds of other recyclable material.
Keeps payroll and tax dollars in the community by providing a light assembly workforce option to area industries. These industries might otherwise have incur the expense of automation or the outsourcing of jobs.
Has been in continuous operation since 1973.