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Independent Learning Skills Day Program

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The Independent Living Skills (ILS) Day Program works with Deaf and Developmentally Disabled individuals to enhance and maximize their self-sufficiency and quality of life through our pre-vocational and day habilitation activities. The pre-vocational activities are geared towards learning and performing tasks to develop skill sets. Examples of such activities are: collating colored index cards, labeling…



Community Support Program

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As a certified sub-provider under the DC Department of Mental Health, Deaf-REACH offers a variety of services to individuals with mental illness. We provide access to psychiatric mental health services including diagnosis, assessment, counseling and community support. Community Support Providers work with individuals to ensure that their needs for living in the community are met.…



Supported Employment

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Deaf-REACH’s Supported Employment is an evidenced-based program that matches the needs of employers with the skills and interests of individuals who have disabilities. The program meets the needs of both parties: various employers acquiring workers who are loyal and highly motivated and individuals securing jobs that help them develop independence and self-esteem. Our services are…



Residential Services

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The Residential Program provides residential settings that range in levels of supervision from group homes that have continuous supervision to apartments where residents receive minimal support from staff.  The program has three group homes: two with round-the-clock supervision and one semi–independent home with minimal staff support. In addition to working on housing goals, the individuals…



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