About Us

About Us

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Vocational Independence Program, Inc. (VIP)  is a private, non profit  501 (c)(3) organization whose nmissioni is to support choice driven community focused services, while improving the lives of persons with disabilities, through vocational and personal skill development.

Coming Events

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Having a big sale on Clean Puff in the month of February. 

Work Activity Center

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Work Activity Center provides services for adults with disabilities. The Work Activity Center emphasizes training in work, activities of daily living, and social skills.

Transportation Department

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The Transportation Department offers door-to-door service for individuals attending the program. The transportation department also serves as a hub for individuals participating in the community inclusion activities.

Community Employment/ServicesProgram

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The Community Employment/ServicesProgram provides the support for individuals participating in community employment. such as individualized job development, job coaching, and follow along services.

Customers of VIP

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Individuals are involved in production, assembly and product manufacturing in addition to, skill development activities such as communication, health and safety, community awareness, community activities, voluteer work, and job preperation.

Strategic Plan

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Strategic Plan Priority Objectives 2017-2019

Priority One:      Improve systems, communication and processes at VIP.                              

Priority Two:      Improve leadership and board effectiveness to guide VIP through significant regulatory changes.

Priority Three:      Further implement choice based individualized service and skill building for community integrated services and employment, assuring compliance with WIOA.

Priority Four:      Strengthen the positive environment of VIP by assuring that planned, consistent communication is provided from and within VIP.

Priority Five:      Diversify financial resources of VIP and optimize existing resources.

Priority Six:      Make effective and appropriate use of VIP’s real property