Social Skills…Vocational Skills…Success Skills
DBHIDS believes that people with mental health problems, chemical dependency challenges or intellectual disability have a right to participate in their local communities. Supported employment is an evidence-based, well-defined approach to helping people find and keep competitive employment within their communities.
DBHIDS Employment and Day Services include:
- Day Program Transformation– an enhanced outpatient treatment and counseling program that enables people to direct their recovery more effectively.
- Clubhouse Programs– a vocational training program that offers work-readiness and social skills training to help people in recovery transition back into their communities.
- Community Living Rooms– a nationally recognized psychosocial rehabilitation service program for people with mental illness, HIV or other co-occurring disorders.
- Vision for Employment 2010– vocational training, employment support and related services for people with intellectual disability throughwww.philaonthejob.org.
- Download the Vision for Employment 2010 Success Booklet (PDF | 6.77MB)