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    Come out and learn what services are being threatened. Help us advocate! Become Better Informed! Beginning on October 1, 2014, Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority may have to cope with yet another round of budgetary shortfalls. Depending upon the Medicaid rate setting decisions for FY 15, the current projections for such decreases might be an additional $8 to $10 million for services on behalf of children and adults with developmental disabilities. TOWN HALL Wednesday, July 30, 2013 From 7 pm to 9 pm Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois, Troy, MI 48084 Speakers: Willie Brooks, Executive Director, Oakland County CMH Authority (Invited) Liz Knisely, DCH, Director of CMH Services Jerry Provencal, Executive Director, MORC, Inc. Moderator: Tom Kendziorski, Executive Director, The Arc of Oakland County Sponsored by The Arc of Oakland County and The Oakland County Regional Inclusive Community Coalition

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    CARF Accredited


    Community Work Opportunities (CWO) is a vocational agency that provides comprehensive services for persons with developmental disabilities.

    Our services are designed to meet the needs, competencies, capabilities and interests of the customers we serve. Community Work Opportunities is committed to enhancing the quality of life for all of our customers through our excellent services and programs:

    • Early Sensory and Occupational Therapy for children
    • Transition and Employment Training Specialists
    • Positive Community Experiences and Social Integration
    • Vocational Rehabilitation Services
    • Assistance with Individual Educational Plans: How will the goals and objectives of educational services transition to vocational services?

    All services provided are based upon individualized program planning and personal dreams.

    CARF Accredited for Community Employment Services:


    • Job Development, Job Supports, and Job Site Training
    • Assistance with Microbusiness Development, advertising, daily operation and needed supports
    • Transitional Work Experience
    • Janitorial training
    • Volunteer placement
    • Job Club-enhancement of current job skills and additional training in new areas of interest