Categories: Nonprofit, Employment | Issue: April 2019
I Make a Difference... "I am blessed to have had a job that I truly enjoy coming to do every day for over 34 years now. I have helped people obtain goals that others thought were impossible for them to obtain. You just can't put a price on that. I make a difference in people's lives that I work with but they have also had a huge impact on mine. I am a much better person being a part of their journey." Cheri Baker, Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional. Join Our Team at www.homeofhope.com.
Home of Hope, Rogers County Training Center and Delaware County Friendship Homes, work together to serve more than 250 adults with intellectual disabilities. Our services span 5 counties in N.E. Oklahoma in the communities of Vinita, Claremore, Grove, Jay, Miami and Pryor. We provide a wide range of services tailored to meet the needs of each individual. Our residential services offer many levels of support. Vocational services staff work to help individuals gain jobs that promote self-worth and achievement. Our organized activities, including participation in Special Olympics, meet a variety of interests and abilities. Home of Hope employs more than 400 individuals dedicated to providing the best quality of life to those we serve. Home of Hope is always looking to add or train direct support professionals to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.