CPI provides direct services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, adults with brain injuries, and at-risk youth. The CPI team is made up of experienced therapists, job coaches, case managers, and other professionals.
The impact of CPI’s work is far-reaching, helping to shape local economies, workforces, and communities in Wake, Durham, Forsyth, Mecklenburg, and Pitt Counties.
In the 2015-2016 fiscal year:
Over 250 people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, and/or substance abuse issues either searched for, found, or maintained competitive-wage jobs in Wake and Durham County.
Over 400 child care and recreational providers received training that helped them fully include children and youth with disabilities in their classrooms and programs.
In Durham, 150 young people living in poverty and experiencing additional risk factors worked to complete their educations, develop critical workplace skills, and began building careers.
Over 300 people with intellectual/developmental disabilities found needed medical care, housing, transportation, educational services, and other community resources—services that helped them live more independently.
Over 60 adults with brain injuries received cognitive rehabilitation, counseling, and employment services to help them re-enter the workforce.