For more than 45 years, state and local government agencies have turned to Didlake to provide support services for people with disabilities and their families. Annually, Didlake touches the lives of more than 1,600 people with disabilities through job support and training, day-support services, stable employment with competitive wages and benefits, and paths for upward mobility.
Didlake’s services are built upon our vision of communities enhanced by the inclusion of people with disabilities in valued social roles. Individuals and families choose Didlake because of our commitment to:
People employed at Didlake’s Business Service Centers complete work ranging from bulk mail to light industrial services while building their skills. They are employed by Didlake and also receive supervision, training, counseling, advocacy and support.
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Learn more about the services available through our Business Service Centers.
Didlake’s internationally accredited and licensed Community Inclusion Program (CIP) integrates people with disabilities into the community and provides support to encourage independence.
For people with disabilities, Didlake is committed to making the dream of employment come true. Our Supported Employment Specialists work with community partners in business, government and industry to connect individuals with jobs that match their abilities and preferences. Programs include Individual and Group Supported Employement.
The quality of the work we do is measured by the results we achieve. Our annual Outcomes Measurement report provides quantitative evidence of our progress, and forms the basis of our program for continuous quality improvement.