ServiceSource

ServiceSource A Leading Resource for People With Disabilities
ServiceSource is a leading nonprofit disability resource organization with regional offices and programs located in nine states and the District of Columbia. We serve more than 14,000 individuals with disabilities annually through a range of innovative and valued employment, training, habilitation, housing and other support services. ServiceSource directly employs more than 1,500 individuals on government and commercial affirmative employment contracts, making us one of the largest employers of people with disabilities nationwide.
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Our proven collaborative approach helps foster a more inclusive and supportive community where individuals with disabilities can succeed and thrive. Strategic partnerships with local community businesses, government entities and nonprofits help bridge the gaps for individuals with disabilities, creating sustainable opportunities that benefit the entire community and result in greater independence for the individual.

Mission: The mission of ServiceSource is to facilitate services and partnerships to support people with disabilities, their families, their caregivers, and community members in order to build more inclusive communities.

June 2 was the first day of ServiceSource Delaware’s virtual Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) program! With ...
06/04/2020

June 2 was the first day of ServiceSource Delaware’s virtual Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) program! With support from Delaware’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, ServiceSource staff are working collaboratively to provide virtual work experience, weekly group sessions and individualized support.

The students pictured here will explore their individual work and career interests over the next six weeks and participate in weekly money management sessions with our certified Financial Coach, Maria.

06/03/2020

Thank you to the State of Florida for including ServiceSource in the 100 Year Anniversary Video for Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)! “A big thank you for the professionalism and the work you have done during these last two months in the uncertain times of our nation,” said Tina Herzik, Vice President of Operations for our VR program in Florida.

Here’s to continuing our long-standing partnership to support people with disabilities in multiple counties throughout the state!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LyY83m_3_0&feature=youtu.be

“We go into this field to empower people with disabilities, and we cannot let this pandemic stop us from doing that," - ...
06/02/2020
Transforming Traditional Services to Creative Virtual Opportunities – ServiceSource

“We go into this field to empower people with disabilities, and we cannot let this pandemic stop us from doing that," - Melissa Mazzocco, Director, Long-Term Community Integration Services (LTCIS)

To meet the challenges of this new environment, ServiceSource teams have designed creative digital strategies to help people with disabilities continue to achieve goals during this pandemic. Read more about how we’re transforming traditional services to creative virtual opportunities on our website: http://ow.ly/ZXNS50zWKTW

As the current public health crisis continues, ServiceSource has emerged as a leader in virtual service delivery. The organization has drawn on its resources and expertise to creatively expand current lines of business and explore new opportunities. We are working collaboratively to redesign traditi...

PARC, ServiceSource Utah affiliate conducted another socially distant parade for participants. The team divided into two...
06/01/2020

PARC, ServiceSource Utah affiliate conducted another socially distant parade for participants. The team divided into two very small groups and spent more than eight hours visiting almost 40 participant homes in the area.

Each team dropped off packets for participants to create Bloom projects at home and event schedules for our latest virtual dance therapy sessions! “It was a wonderful day. Everyone was super excited to see us. I’m so glad we were able to do something like this while ensuring the safety of our participants and their families,” said Kim Evans, Public Relations and Marketing Manager.

Thank you to everyone who participated. The Team PARC spirit was felt by all!

In honor of Mental Health Month, we are spotlighting our Behavioral Health Team, who provide supported employment and ed...
05/29/2020

In honor of Mental Health Month, we are spotlighting our Behavioral Health Team, who provide supported employment and education services to Fairfax County residents in Virginia with mental health or substance abuse diagnoses.

During COVID-19, the team is utilizing digital platforms to connect and support participants virtually. “The best part of our team is how flexible we can be in providing services. We have a holistic approach in serving individuals where they are at. During this time, we are supporting clients as they transition into telework settings with their own employers, apply for unemployment, or provide resources to remain resilient in these difficult times,” said Emily, Lead Employment Development Specialist.

By working with our team, participants build important employment skills that can lead to successful career placement and improve confidence. Employment builds social skills, networking skills and most importantly self-esteem. “Employment can sometimes be the light at the end of the tunnel,” said Brian, Employment Development Specialist.

When we asked the team what they might say to someone with a mental health condition struggling with employment right now, each responded with the same answer, “reach out.” Our Employment Development Specialists’ are key members of an interdisciplinary team that includes case managers, therapists and psychiatrists, but they are also part-time cheerleaders and coaches. “It’s important to recognize and appreciate the small steps. We grow and learn from our failures. There is a job out there that will be positive for your mental health, don’t give up,” said Leslie, Employment and Education Specialist.

If you are a Fairfax County resident with behavioral health needs and interested in employment services, please contact 703-383-8500 and request vocational services. If you’re interested in learning about services we provide in other areas, contact [email protected].

Last month, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors adopted a proclamation submitted by ServiceSource Virginia declaring...
05/28/2020

Last month, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors adopted a proclamation submitted by ServiceSource Virginia declaring April as Autism Awareness Month. Due to pandemic restrictions, they were unable to host a presentation ceremony but sent us a plaque commemorating the proclamation. Individuals on the autism spectrum are important contributors to our workplaces, our families, and our communities. We applaud the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for recognizing the great potential and the unique challenges faced by individuals on the autism spectrum!

Today we’re jointly celebrating #NationalSeniorHealthandFitnessDay and Older Americans Awareness Month! Did you know our...
05/27/2020
Virtual Center for Active Adults | Neighborhood and Community Services

Today we’re jointly celebrating #NationalSeniorHealthandFitnessDay and Older Americans Awareness Month! Did you know our Senior Services team in Virginia is supporting Fairfax County to host virtual activities for older adults? Activities include Dance Fitness, Gentle Yoga and High and Low Aerobics. Visit the Virtual Center for Active Adults website for the upcoming events schedule: http://ow.ly/r2lr50zRscq

Fairfax County, Virginia - Older adults can connect to resources and activities through the Virtual Senior Center

Due to COVID-19, seniors in our High School High Tech (HSHT) program in Florida had to cancel their graduations and many...
05/27/2020

Due to COVID-19, seniors in our High School High Tech (HSHT) program in Florida had to cancel their graduations and many of the celebrations planned to recognize their accomplishments were put on hold. However, ServiceSource Florida and Pepin Academies-PASCO brought some of the celebratory feeling back by delivering congratulatory lawn signs to the homes of seniors, including Annika.

Annika has been a part of the HSHT program since she was a freshman. She has served as our HSHT Secretary, was active in events, field trips and career days and has also completed two summer internships. Her career exploration has taken her through various fields including law, communications, media and now culinary arts. After graduation, Annika plans to attend a local college to study culinary arts. “It has been an honor to work with this young lady and be a part of her journey,” said Miranda Ray, Director.

ServiceSource’s HSHT program is funded by The Able Trust and is designed to provide high school students with disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or post-secondary education leading to technology-related careers. ServiceSource manages the HSHT programs in Pinellas and Pasco Counties and has received the Quality Program Award annually.

Comment below to congratulate Annika and all of our HSHT seniors. We are all sharing in the celebration of your success!

ServiceSource is focused on providing positive experiences and support activities for the people we serve who are impact...
05/26/2020

ServiceSource is focused on providing positive experiences and support activities for the people we serve who are impacted by this public health emergency and unable to leave their homes. Our rehabilitation teams have designed creative digital strategies to keep in touch and continue their access to needed programs and supports during this pandemic.

As part of our overall strategy, ServiceSource has identified individuals who have barriers to accessing virtual services due to a lack of available technology. With support from the ServiceSource Foundation, we purchased 20 tablets that have been customized to include Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Additionally, we have set-up accessibility features and created Quick Start Guides to streamline activation. Our rehabilitation teams identified 20 individuals who need the tablets to access virtual services and is coordinating with our IT team to get the tablets into the hands of those who need them most.

As more resources become available and more individuals are identified as needing reliable technology, the Family Support Services team will work towards providing additional devices. If you would like to make a donation to the ServiceSource Foundation to support the technology needs of individuals during this time, you may donate online at www.servicesource.org/donate or you may mail a check to the ServiceSource Foundation at 10467 White Granite Drive, Oakton, VA 22124. All donations are tax deductible. If you would like your donation to specifically support our technology outreach efforts, please note your designation in the comment box online or the memo line of your check.

Although we can’t gather together physically during this pandemic, we’ve shown that we can stay connected in so many other ways. Thank you to our employees, participants, donors, and families who are staying positive during this challenging time, using ingenuity, innovation, and creativity to stay connected!

Off Road Outreach is an organization founded by Stacey Buckner, a ServiceSource AbilityOne employee who works in Health ...
05/25/2020

Off Road Outreach is an organization founded by Stacey Buckner, a ServiceSource AbilityOne employee who works in Health Administration Services at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Fayetteville, NC. Off Road Outreach provides warm showers, hygiene kits, food and other resources to unhoused veterans in the community. At the beginning of this pandemic, the organization started a garden to introduce fresh produce as part of their outreach program. They will soon use the fruits and vegetables they harvested to cook healthy meals and deliver these weekly along with their usual non-perishable food distribution.

If you feel inspired to help by growing your own fruits and vegetables to donate or help by donating land for Off Road Outreach to use, please contact [email protected]! We are wishing a safe and healthy Memorial Day to all.

Mental Health America premiered a documentary film in honor of #MentalHealthMonth that shed light on the healing mental ...
05/22/2020

Mental Health America premiered a documentary film in honor of #MentalHealthMonth that shed light on the healing mental benefits of yoga. In recognition of the 2020 #Tools2Thrive theme, we interviewed Swati Aneja, ServiceSource’s Vice President of Organizational Development and certified yoga instructor.

“Yoga is more than just a form of exercise. It is a way of being. It’s about breathing, finding inner strength through meditation and creating freedom in the body by practicing basic yoga poses. You are calmer, more relaxed, and less anxious as you practice yoga,” said Swati. During this time of uncertainty, the practice of yoga can allow you to find stillness among feelings of chaos. “The great thing about yoga is that it can be done anytime, anywhere, with very few accessories. It’s a constantly evolving practice that meets you exactly where you are,” continued Swati.

Interested in starting a yoga practice? In these unprecedented times of social distancing, find a program offering virtual classes, like YMCA 360. Embarking on this journey with a structured approach can help you achieve a greater calm.

As COVID-19 concerns reached residents in the State of Florida, calls to the Department of Management Services' (DMS) 41...
05/21/2020

As COVID-19 concerns reached residents in the State of Florida, calls to the Department of Management Services' (DMS) 411 Call Center doubled and ServiceSource employees were required to relocate due to building closures. To meet the new demand, ServiceSource engaged three additional agents from our Contact Center in Clearwater. Our new agents are teleworking while others are stationed in our office in Tallahassee wearing the proper equipment and following the appropriate guidance to maintain their health and safety.

Due to our flexibility and the partnership with DMS and RESPECT of Florida, ServiceSource employees have been able to process more than 550 calls per day (compared to 250 previously).

The success of this operation to succeed to meet and exceed the challenges brought forth by this pandemic shows just how great our employees are with meeting new growth and challenges!

ServiceSource Florida has held the contract with DMS since 2010 and currently employees six people with disabilities.

ServiceSource Delaware answered the call to redesign our Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) when the state ann...
05/20/2020

ServiceSource Delaware answered the call to redesign our Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) when the state announced students would finish the remainder of the school year remotely. With support from the Delaware Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), we will provide six weeks of virtual work experience to include weekly group sessions and individualized support.

Are you interested in exploring the “world of work”? Contact [email protected] for more information. Participants must be between the ages of 16-21, have a documented disability, live in the state of Delaware and enrolled in school.

As we navigate through this extremely difficult time, there are still things you can do and learn from home, including h...
05/19/2020
Help Your Community, Take a Vacation and Learn Something New — All Without Leaving Your House - Fairfax County Emergency Information

As we navigate through this extremely difficult time, there are still things you can do and learn from home, including helping your community or taking virtual visits to some sought-after places! Take a look at the tips Fairfax County put together to help us stay #AloneTogether: http://ow.ly/Nqew50zKRBc

Posted at 12:50 p.m. While we stay at home to limit the spread of the coronavirus, it’s easy to develop a rhythm that can quickly feel boring. Luckily, there’s lots you can do and learn without ever leaving the house, including helping your community and taking a virtual “vacation.” Help You...

ServiceSource Virginia’s Senior Services team was mentioned in ADvancing States  recent best practices report on COVID-1...
05/18/2020
Virtual Center for Active Adults | Neighborhood and Community Services

ServiceSource Virginia’s Senior Services team was mentioned in ADvancing States recent best practices report on COVID-19 responses for aging adults! ADvancing States represents the nation’s 56 state and territorial agencies on aging and disabilities and long-term services and supports directors.

In their report, ServiceSource was recognized as a community-based organization taking action to address social isolation. In partnership with Fairfax County Neighborhood and Community Services, our Senior Services team is facilitating discussion groups, exercise classes, trivia and more. Click below for our current schedule and for more information on how to connect – anyone is welcome to join. Check back as we continue to launch new virtual activities!

You can read the full best practices report from ADvancing States here: http://ow.ly/bupp50zJArz

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/neighborhood-community-services/virtual-center-active-adults

Fairfax County, Virginia - Older adults can connect to resources and activities through the Virtual Senior Center

05/15/2020
ServiceSource's Programs Without Walls - 5678 Dance Therapy

ServiceSource is excited to introduce Programs Without Walls, our new virtual initiative to connect with the people we serve across our regions. Last week, we held our first two sessions with Martha, Dance Instructor from 5678 Dance - and more than 100 Virginia-based participants connected to join the virtual dance and movement therapy sessions online. Even virtually, the joy and connection were felt through the screens.

ServiceSource’s dance therapy program is funded by the ServiceSource Foundation and offers people with disabilities the opportunity to express their emotions creatively, relieve stress, exercise and improve their confidence. Programs Without Walls is a very important initiative as we provide services in this new environment. We will be launching classes in Delaware, North Carolina and Utah in the coming days!

If you would like to support ServiceSource programs and our virtual platforms, please consider making a donation through Facebook or by visiting www.servicesource.org/get-involved/giving/. We hope our moves, can move you!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u-GItBRj60

If you’ve been following us on social media, you’ve met a few artists who will be showcasing their work at our virtual A...
05/14/2020
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Autism Appreciation Event . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

If you’ve been following us on social media, you’ve met a few artists who will be showcasing their work at our virtual Autism Appreciation Celebration.

Don’t forget to join us TODAY at 5:30 PM ET to meet more artists sharing their paintings, poems, music and more. We will also be discussing inclusive communities and sharing community resources. Use the link below to join the event. “See” you tonight!

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Autism Appreciation Event . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

As an extension of Warrior Bridge, ServiceSource Delaware is ramping up efforts to safely provide home-starter kits to v...
05/14/2020

As an extension of Warrior Bridge, ServiceSource Delaware is ramping up efforts to safely provide home-starter kits to veterans in need. These kits include home essentials to support veterans transitioning out of homelessness and into independent living.

Thanks to Kevin, Employment Consultant for purchasing the items needed for these kits, such as bed linens and cookware. We would also like to thank Connections Community Support Programs, Inc. for picking these up and delivering to veterans in need. This will be the fourth kit picked up and we will soon be handing off the next!

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10467 White Granite Dr
Oakton, VA
22124

General information

Our regional offices provide a wide range of customized programs for individuals, families, employers and corporate partners. Whether you are an individual with a disability, a government contracting officer or a local business owner, ServiceSource is committed to meeting or exceeding your needs and expectations.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30

Telephone

(703) 461-6000

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My name is William (Bill) Baxter, and I work at Service Source in Colorado Springs, CO. Forty Years ago today (August 31, 1979) I graduated from California State University--East Bay. In high School, it was predicted that I would never make it in college because of my Developmental Disabilities. However, I have gone through live never letting my disabilities defeat me in life, but I always tried to rise above them. I have been doing that to this day.
Hello, My name is Tuneshia Roach and I work for ServiceSource in Fayetteville, NC. We are currently recruiting for two positions: Food Service Worker and Grounds Laborer. If you are in the Fayetteville area and knows someone with a documented disability, please call me for more information: 910-826-4699 ext 248.
Can you please share your flyer for the March 27 event on SSI and other government benefits? Thank you.
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I am developmentally disabled, and I have worked for Service Source for 6 years. I have published several books this year. This is my latest:
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-William Edwin Baxter, Author of "W.E.B. Tales." (Has Developmental Disabilities): -Employed with Service Source, Colorado Springs, CO. -2018 Employee of the Year.
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Ally, I wanted to take a minute to thank you for your time and professionalism in expediting my need for a safety bracket in my accessible van. This piece of equipment is going to make everyone feel a lot better and safer driving me to my appointments and events. I really appreciate Service Source and I will make sure to let other people who may be in need know about you guys and what you are doing.
MASSIVE PULMONARY EMBOLISM: Two Years Ago Today....! Today in Memorial Hospital Colorado Springs On the morning of July 9th, 2016; my niece found me on the upstairs bathroom floor. I had had a Massive Pulmonary Embolism. When the paramedics got me to Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, CO; I was rolled into the ER where I had stopped breathing and was near death. Because of my niece, Rebekah, and the hospital staff, I somehow survived. I am the oldest living alumni from Thomas S. Wootton High School in Rockville, Maryland (living or dead). Yet, during the last year, I have heard that so many of my fellow classmates and alumni were not as luck or fortunate as I was. These Fallen Wootton Patriots all impacted our lives in special ways. I would like to raise a glass to them if and whenever I can attend another class reunion. Also, I have spent my life trying to go above and beyond my disabilities, and inspire a lot of people. If I had died in that ER two years ago today, that legacy would have died with me. I want this legacy to remain here when I am reunited with family and friends who have gone on before me. This is one of the main reasons I wrote my e-book entitled "W.E.B. Tales (W.E.B. is my initial name for William Edwin Baxter)." This book was published on May 1st, 2018; and it is available on Amazon.com. Bill Baxter, Food Service Worker. Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Have you made your reservations for the upcoming events at the Durant Arts Center (1605 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA). Do not delay, make your reservations TODAY!!! First Friday: Family Art Night, June 1, 6 p.m., Reservations Required. Your family members can choose ONE art experience. All reservations are $9 per person. Children 5 years old and under are free. Reservations include art supplies, pizza and soda. You have three art experiences to choose from: Paint with Patrick Kirwin - Ages 5 and up with adult. Do you love to paint? No experience necessary - Patrick will guide you through painting your very own masterpiece. Take your masterpiece home at the end of the evening. Limit: 50 people (455204.03); or, PLENTY OF SPACES STILL AVAILABLE Create a clay sculpture with Teresa Brunson - Ages 5 and up with adult. New at the Family Art Night is an opportunity to create a clay sculpture. Teresa will guide you through creating a 3-D multi-color fantasy dragon. The dragon sculpture can be given as a gift, or you can showcase it in your house. Limit: 20 people (455204.04); ONLY 5 MORE SPACES LEFT TO FILL Create Mosaics with Maria Illingworth – Ages 6 and up with adult. Design a mosaic trivet that you can give as a gift, or use in the kitchen. Limit: 30 (455204.05). PLENTY OF SPACES STILL AVAILABLE To pay online: www.alexandriava.gov/webtrac, select activity number.