September 2018
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Community Careers & Support Services
Offices are located throughout communities in rural Utah. We feel that all people should have access to the services and support they need locally and not have to travel to urban areas to get these services. The services and support we provide assist individuals and families with respite care, personal care, daily living activities, communication and social interaction skills, training, counseling, advocacy job development, placement, on the job training and support. We work with the person and their families to individualize programs to meet their needs.

All programs are coordinated through individual planning teams, which include the person, their family, program specialists, support coordinator, and other specialists. All services are designed to serve disabled and senior rural residents of Utah.  

What programs are available through Community 

Careers and Support Services?

Supported Employment

Supported Employment provides ongoing support to an individual for as long as it is needed. This includes job development, placement, on the job training, job site integration, job site modification, job carving, retraining, new job skills, support for job advancement, job follow through and career planning.

Day Training

Day Training provides individuals with a disability and seniors with training and supports to help them acquire independent living skills. Day Training services provides the opportunities for a person to enhance self-esteem, maximize independent functioning, increase skill development, support and training for individuals to access community resources, and to relieve isolation.

Supported Job Based

Supported Job Based Training provides Supported Employment but is limited to 160 hours of training and job support.

Supported Living

Supported Living provides support to individuals with a disability and seniors who live in their own homes and need training to help them to live more independently. It provides training in activities of daily living, communication, personal care, home and community skills.

Family Support

Family Support provides direct assistance and training for the family to help increase their capabilities to care for their elderly or disabled family member. It also provides support and advocacy for the family in their home and community.

Respite Care

Respite care provides short term care for families caring for a disabled or senior family member. This helps to alleviate stress and meet emergency needs. It also helps them fulfill vacation and personal family plans.

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How Do I Access These Services?

Through your local Department of Human Services, The Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) or Utah State of Rehabilitation Services.