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Become a Care Champion

We like to think of ourselves as much more than a service provider. We’re innovators. We’re doers. We’re collaborators. That’s why we call members of the Incompass team Care Champions. And as the need for our services grows…so do we! Here are some of our featured openings:

Check out our complete list of full- and part-time positions and start opening doors for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We have a robust onboarding period, and we’ll work with you to get you the certifications you need to start working with the individuals we support.

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Our Impact

  • 800 People Served
  • 18 Group Homes
  • 65 Years Expeirence
  • 350 Care Champions

Introducing the Acquired Brain Injury Program

In the hopes of branching out to provide a broader spectrum of supports and services, Incompass Human Services is proud to announce that we have launched an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) program. As of April 2022, the program will consist of two modules: group homes tailored for the ABI population and a Brain Injury Community Center (BICC).

Brain Injury Community Center

The Incompass Brain Injury Community Center (BICC) will seek to empower members to maximize their level of independence, self-confidence, and dignity so they can experience full lives in their communities. Individualized services will be developed through an assessment process that results in a person-centered action plan with attainable and measurable goals. The identified goals will build on their strengths and align with their values and vision. The BICC will operate as a clubhouse model with collaborative work units comprised of members and staff that will include administration, governance, programming, human resources activities, and member recruitment. Stay tuned for the BICC grand opening – more information to come!

Group Homes

Imagine a world where everything was designed with accessibility in mind. The most recent addition to our residential portfolio does just this. A home built from the bottom up, always with the residents in mind. Our previous homes feature a variety of modifications to meet the needs of residents, but the concept of universal design promotes access for those with disabilities while remaining equally accessible to others. We will continue to emphasize the importance of universal design for all future property acquisitions.

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