Day programs and day training are places where adults with disabilities can go to engage in structured play or activity based in a center and out in the community. Depending on the ability of the individual, you can also gain employment skills.
Phone: (801) 281-0700
Locations of Service: Salt Lake and Tooele Valley.
Purpose: Ability and Choice Services provides day training, supported living, supported employment, and vocational rehabilitation to individuals with disabilities in facilities located in the Salt Lake and Tooele Valleys. Our mission is to nourish the growth and independence of each individual we serve by expanding choices and providing an environment that supports each person’s unique needs and individual abilities.
Address: 275 W. 400 S. Logan, UT 84321
Phone: (435) 752-7952
Locations of Service: Box Elder and Cache Counties; at the Center, in the community, or in the home.
Purpose: Their mission at the Cache Employment and Training Center (CETC) is to provide services for individuals with disabilities in order to maximize their vocational and/or independent living skills. Their services include day training, supported employment, seniors program, family support, respite, supported living, vocational evaluations, and volunteer programs. They also provide music therapy, speech therapy, skills training (social and interpersonal), community living, self-sufficiency skills, receptive and expressive communication skills, self-help skills, self-direction, self-care, job tries, placement, and follow-along. Cost/Funding: Provided through Voc Rehab, DSPD, and private pay.
Phone: (435) 637-9150
Locations of Service: Carbon and Emery Counties.
Purpose: The primary mission of the Castle Valley Center is to have a positive regard for individual uniqueness and to provide opportunities that enhance the quality of life and independence of individuals with disabilities living in Carbon and Emery counties. We accomplishes our mission by developing appropriate habilitation goals which include: enhancing self-esteem, independence, self direction, and socialization by providing opportunities through specialized staff, technology, methods, adaptive equipment, related service providers, parents, and the community. The services we offer include: day training, pre-school, academic instruction, occupational therapy, supported employment, transition kindergarten, speech and language, and physical therapy. We are also licensed by the Utah Department of Human services, a qualified provider through the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and a contracted service provider for the Division of Services for People with Disabilities.
Address: 1160 S. 350 E. Provo, UT 84606
Phone: (801) 375-0414
Purpose: CUE is a sheltered workshop setting. They teach vocational, social and leisure skills.
Our mission is to assist people with disabilities to develop personal and vocational skills, preparing them to reside, work and function in their community as independently as possible. CUE program for ages 22 and over, East Bay Post-High Program through Provo School District is for district students up to age 22.
Cost/Funding: CUE is mostly funded through DSPD, but they do have a private pay option if needed.
CHOICE SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT SERVICES, INC.
Address: P.O. Box 12412 Ogden, UT 84442
Phone: (801) 726-3565 or (801) 726-3563
Locations of Service: Salt Lake City, Ogden, Weber, and Davis Counties.
Purpose: CHOICE Supported Employment Services, Inc. has over twenty-five years of experience in the human service field, currently contracted with DHS/DSPD and DRS providing supported employment services for many individuals in need of work. CHOICE has worked closely with several support coordinators and Vocational Rehab Counselors in the Weber and Davis counties in providing supported employment services, they are aware of our service capabilities to provide all components of the Community Service Broker Model.
Address: 1443 West 800 North Orem, UT 84057
Phone: (801) 655-4950
Purpose: Chrysalis strives to make a difference daily in people’s lives by providing supports for people to live, work, and participate in community life. Services include 24 house residential (day supports), Autism Services and host homes.
Phone: (801) 262-1552 or (801) 262-1994
Purpose: Their mission is to provide a full array of vocational, residential, and supported services for youth and adults with special needs and/or disabilities to build needed skills and enhance their quality of life within their community. The services they provide include vocational training and occupational skill training with job placement, community services and supports, and residential services. Someone comes in periodically to help with daily living needs etc. in apartments in your community, all the way up to group homes depending on the need of the individual.
Cost/Funding:Services paid through DSPD. Columbus is jointly operated by the SLC school district as part of their post high program.
COMMUNITY CAREERS AND SUPPORT SERVICES (CCSS)
Richfield Office:166 N. Main St. P.O. Box 448 Richfield, UT 84701
Delta Office: 2845 West Main Street P.O. Box 335 Delta, UT 84624
Phone: (435) 896-8461
Locations of Service: Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier, and Wayne Counties.
Purpose: CCSS is willing to provide services statewide, depending on the type of service needed. The mission of Community Careers and Support Services is to promote change, support choice, respect the differences in all of us, and encourage inclusion of all people into their community. Services may include: supported employment, supported job based training, welfare to work programs, school to work transition, supported and self employment, day services, senior programs, supported living, residential supports, family support, respite care, and fiscal intermediary services.
Phone: (801) 622-2674 or Toll Free (877) 776-2251
Locations of Service: Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Grand, Morgan, Salt Lake, San Juan, Utah, Weber Co.
Purpose:C.O.S.H. provides services for people with disabilities throughout the state of Utah. The services C.O.S.H. provides are: family assistance training, respite care, and supported living.
Cost/Funding: Mostly funded though DSPD but can private pay if needed.
CTA COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Phone: (801) 268-4887
CTA Art & Frame Shop: 370 Ironwood Drive, Salt Lake City
Phone: (801) 437-3408
Locations of Service: 24 residential locations in Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, and Weber Counties.
Purpose: They specialize in the treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Their services include residential, supported employment, and day training services. We also provide family support services on a consultation basis only. CTA owns and operates a picture framing business as part of our supported employment program and the shop is open to the public. Their residential treatment centers are community based in a variety of settings including homes, duplexes, and apartments.
Cost/Funding: Private, non-profit. They receive funding through DSPD.
Address: 3495 S West Temple SLC
Phone: (801) 262-1552
Purpose: Offers supervised care for individuals who want to participate in structured activities and whose families and caretakers are looking for community-based respite care. The program operates Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Address: 2100 North 3200 West Lehi, Utah
Purpose: The Curtis Center is a “college-like” campus for individuals with disabilities and community members to enhance their academic, artistic, and athletic abilities.
Phone: (801) 565-0700
Locations of Service: Davis, Iron, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, Wasatch, Washington, and Weber Counties.
Purpose: Their our mission to ensure that each individual supported experiences the best quality of life outcome. They are also licensed by the Utah Department of Human Services and a contracted service provider for the Division of Services for People with Disabilities.
DAYBREAK TRAINING SERVICES
Phone: (801) 785-8935
Locations of Service: Utah County
Purpose: The mission of Daybreak Training Services is to empower individuals to develop independence through personal growth by supporting their choices and goals. The supports they provide vary from simple training in daily living skills to employment training.
Address: 6806 Old Main Hill Logan, UT, 84322
Phone: (435) 797-8528
Locations of Service: Logan
Purpose: The DSL, housed on the Utah State University Campus, is a program designed to support children, youth and adults with disabilities by training and maintaining the skills necessary for their greatest independence. In addition, DSL focuses on providing their customers with activities that encourage their inclusion into the community. Currently providing services as a day program, supported living and supported employment for adults and respite services for children, youth and adults and a summer program for children and youth.
Phone: (801) 269-8108
Purpose: DDI Vantage provides programs to assist adults with disabilities in finding, learning, and maintaining employment in the community. They provide job coaching and individual placements in competitive employment in the community. The supports provided are based upon the needs of the individual and include: Job coaching, behavioral supports, work ethic, and personal goals achievement.
Cost/Funding: Primarily funded though DSPD for their adult services, possibly also Voc Rehab.
DEVELOPMENTAL TRAINING SYSTEMS, INC
Address: 433 S. Stewart Dr. A-11 Ogden, UT 84404
Phone: (801) 394-3874
Locations of Service: Davis and Weber Counties.
Purpose: DTSI provides community day support services for 50 individuals ages 22 to 85 (has contracted with school districts before if their services are a better fit) with severe multiple physical and mental disabilities who reside in Davis and Weber Counties. All have a primary diagnosis of mental retardation and may have other disabilities as well, such as: Cerebral Palsy, seizure disorders, Autism, and/or Alzheimer’s disease. Individuals receive assistance and support and have an opportunity to participate in activities such as mobility, art, history, music, crafts, science, physical positioning, culture and hobbies. We assist individuals with eating and with their personal care needs (toileting). Transportation not provided but they are a para-transit stop.
Cost/Funding: Non-profit fee for service company. Licensed through the Department of Health. Contracted through some ICF’s, DSPD and do some private pay.
Phone: (801) 264-6633
Locations of Service: Salt Lake County
Purpose: Services provided are Host home services for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Cost/Funding: Funded by DSPD.
Phone: (801) 768-0608
Purpose: Eaton Alliance provides residential, day program, supported living, host homes and professional parenting. Providing solutions to people with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Locations of Service: Murray, Salt Lake, West Jordan, West Valley, and the Salt Lake area.
Purpose: They have a family support program for families who have children with disabilities living at home. They also provide residential services and behavior consultation services for individuals who have various needs.
FUTURE THROUGH CHOICES
Address: 406 N. Main Bountiful, UT 84010
Phone: (801) 292-0068
Locations of Service: Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, Box Elder and Cache Counties.
Purpose: Futures Through Choices Inc. is a not-for-profit agency providing programs and services for low-income and/or disadvantaged individuals with a focus on the developmentally disabled. Futures Through Choices inc. was established in 1995 as an IRS approved 501(c)(3) charitable not-for-profit corporation. Futures Through Choices inc. under its state approved Articles of Incorporation was established to provide services to low income and/or disadvantaged (includes physical, mental, behavioral, or emotional disorders) individuals and groups.
Cost/Funding: Residential, day program, counseling, and therapy services based on sliding scale fee. Funding provided through DSPD.
Phone: (801) 441-0975
Purpose: Innovative Harbor changes lives of youth aged 16-24 by empowering them with social, emotional and financial intelligence, while at the same time, coaching them to obtain steady employment. They work with Voc Rehab and have contacts in Tooele.
Phone: (801) 256-3598
Locations of Service: Provo, Ogden, Orem, Salt Lake, and Riverdale.
Purpose: JST Services allows the people they support to live, work, learn, and participate in community life, to the best of their abilities and in the least restrictive manner possible. Services and supports include: day training services, intensive community residential programs for children, community residential programs for adults, supported employment, supported retirement, program development, consultation, family support, individual program development and implementation, and advocacy.
KEY RESIDENTIAL, INC.
Address: 1361 S. 740 E. Orem, UT 84097
Phone: (801) 434-4389 or (801) 434-4392
Locations of Service: Statewide
Purpose: “Key Residential Services provides residential Services to people with developmental disabilities statewide. Our focus is to provide the best quality residential services to people with disabilities. Our services can include a full range of residential supports including: rehabilitative training, behavior supports, and community inclusion.
Cost/Funding: Funded through DSPD.
Phone: (801) 717-2387
Purpose: Latitude is a program dedicated to increasing the quality of life for adults with disabilities. This program was brought together by a parent group who could not get DSPD funding for their children. Many participants in the Latitude Program have been on the DSPD waiting list for several years. This program was designed to be paid for by the individuals’ social security benefits.
Cost/Funding: The clients pay the monthly fee for the services we provide which include: menu planning, bus training, budgeting, shopping, job maintenance, housing search, roommate meetings, and group activities.
LIFELONG LEARNING CENTER
(located in a space within the Barton’s family business, Commercial Lighting Supply)
Phone: (801) 746-7251
Purpose: Lifelong Learning Center is a small program with flexible activities that are customized to match the needs of each student. Typical enrollment ranges from five to ten students per day, with one full-time and one part-time teacher. This makes for an effective student to staff ratio of 5 to 1. The students are all similar in age and abilities. They provide life skills and Job skills and the hours are from 8:30-3:30 pm.
Students must be:
- 18 years or older and able to function in a 1 to 5 staff / student ratio
- Able to follow directions and demonstrate the ability to stay inside the center
- Able to perform all aspects of personal hygiene independently
- Able to be transported in a standard van
LINC – LIFE SKILLS AND INDIVIDUAL NEEDS CENTER
Phone: (435) 723-3913
Purpose: Helps developmentally delayed adults 22 and older, builds job skills and provides day training. Retirement program for 55 and older. Summer program for those under 22.
LIFESKILLS VOCATIONAL CENTER
Address: 6912 S. 185 W. Midvale, UT 84047
Address: Phone: (801) 233-9014
Locations of Service: Salt Lake and Utah Counties.
Purpose: Provides training to people who have special needs. They utilize many life situations for daily personal growth, with the goal that individuals will develop to their full potential and become contributing members of their communities. LifeSkills Vocational Center provides a wide range of pre-vocational and vocational skills training, through which the above goal is reached. Their services include physical skills, work activity, work adjustment, behavioral modification training, community living skills, recreation, self-feeding, self-care, toilet training, social skills, interpersonal adjustment, mobility training, communication skills, and nursing. They are licensed by the Utah Department of Human services, a qualified provider through the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and a contracted service provider for the Division of Services for People with Disabilities.
Address: 1050 W. 500 S. Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Phone: (801) 363-4589
Locations of Service:
Riverside Adult Day Center
Monday – Friday – 7:30 to 5:30
Cottonwood Adult Day Center
Monday – Friday 7:30 to 5:30
Purpose: “Neighborhood House opened its Adult Day Program in 1978 to meet an increasing need for quality care for disabled adults. Our Adult Day Service is a social rehabilitative program, which utilizes recreational and therapeutic activities to maintain physical, mental and social skills as well as the highest possible level of independence.” Day supports. Fee based on ability to pay.
Address: 292 S. Mountain Way Dr. Orem, UT 84058
Phone: (801) 426-4961
Locations of Service: Logan, Layton, Lehi, Price, SLC, WVC, Orem, Roosevelt, and Vernal
Purpose: Provides residential and day programs, behavior supports, after school programs, etc.
Cost/Funding: Mostly funded through DSPD, has other human services contracts such as DCFS.
Phone: (801) 683-8986
Purpose: Ohana is a day center where individuals with special needs can socialize and develop, practice, and maintain life skills.They focus on providing meaningful activities and nurturing lifelong relationships both in the community and at our center.
Cost/Funding: $50.00 per day
Address: 485 PARC Circle Clearfield, UT 84015
Phone: (801) 402-0950
Purpose: In partnership with public and private entities, we will foster a safe environment of employment and training for persons with disabilities. Services Offered: Day Training and Supported Employment.
Phone: (801) 825-4535
Purpose: Phoenix provides supported living, professional parent supports, companion services, employment supports, and daytime activity programs. Phoenix specializes in assisting traumatic brain injury survivors, or people who require customized programs that have similar disabilities.
Phone: (801) 373-1197
Purpose: Our services are as varied as the people we support. RISE has a network of hundreds of Direct Support Professionals working with people with disabilities and their families to help create and sustain the lives they want to live in their homes, families, and in the community. This includes supporting people in daily living activities, providing companionship, accompanying them to community events, teaching them skills, perhaps supporting or customizing employment, foster parenting, perhaps supporting or customizing employment, and much more.
Cost/Funding: Contracted through DSPD and can offer private pay services.
SANPETE COMMUNITY TRAINING
Address: 185 N. 350 W. Ephraim, UT 84627 or P.O. Box 427
Phone: (435) 283-4718
Locations of Service: Sanpete County
Purpose: Supported living consumers find and maintain their own housing with supports. They do not have residential facilities or a workshop. Services include: supported employment, supported living, family support, supported job based training and non-site based day training (DSPD funded services), supported employment (Rehab funded services) and (School District contract services).
SOUTH VALLEY TRAINING CO.
Address: 455 W. 9160 S. Sandy, UT 84070
Phone: (801) 561-1661
Purpose: Provide a work oriented environment based on contracts with other business in the community. Usually work with age 22 and up.
Address: 2413 Royal Lane Sandy, UT 84093
Phone: (801) 943-1860
Locations of Service: Salt Lake City and Price
Purpose: TKJ, Inc. is a private, non-profit agency that has 20 years of experience in providing quality supports and services to people with disabilities. We provide residential, extended residential, family support, and supported employment services. TKJ, Inc. supports people to be independent, productive members of their communities. Our philosophy and practices are in line with the Council’s twenty five outcomes. We are also licensed by the Utah Department of Human services and a contracted service provider for the Division of Services for People with Disabilities.
Phone: (801) 359-8876
Locations of Service: Beaver, Bountiful, Brigham City, Cedar City, Clearfield, Clinton, Kanab, Layton, Ogden, Panguitch, Richfield, Salt Lake County, St. George, Utah County, and Woods Cross.
Purpose: TURN Community Services provides residential and supported living services, day supports, supported employment, family support, summer camps, and respite care.
Cost/Funding: Contracted with DSPD but also have private pay options.
Phone: (801) 965-8145
Locations of Service: Salt Lake County
Purpose: Offers employment opportunities to people with disabilities who qualify for mental health and substance abuse services. Valley Services is a member of our Utah Works Division.
Phone: (801) 977-9779
Locations of Service: Salt Lake County
Purpose: The Work Activity Center (WAC) assists adults to become more independent at home, at work, and in the community. Through individualized support, we provide strong resources in behavior management, seizure management, physical therapy, sensory stimulation, personal goals achievement, Special Olympics, community exploration, and job sites supports. We offer onsite work training: learning marketable skills (collating, sorting assembly, and packaging). We offer residential support: 24 hour support to people in their own residences or in WAC’s homes. We also have a respite program and take adults on a temporary basis with private pay options or they are contracted through DSPD.
Salt Lake City Address; 4885 South 900 East Suite #305-B, Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Phone: (801) 262-0950
Provo Address: 2696 N. University Ave., Suite 160, Provo, UT 84604
Phone: (801) 812-0222
Clearfield Address: 397 S. State St., Suite 103, Clearfield, UT 84015
Phone: (801) 825-11656
Purpose: Work Inc.’s culture is based on integrity, service, and training. They believe that people with disabilities are the economy’s most overlooked resource. By placing a customer in an appropriate job they are doing a service for not only the customer, but also for the community. They take pride in not just getting someone a job, but helping them to find a place where they can be comfortable and flourish.