CPI provides direct services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, adults with brain injuries, and adults with mental illnesses and/or substance use disorders. 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 2019-2020 fiscal year, CPI served over 1,000 people:
- Nearly 250 people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, and/or substance use 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.
- Over 240 people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries found needed medical care, housing, transportation, educational services, and other community resources—services that helped them live more independently.
- Over 100 adults with brain injuries received cognitive rehabilitation, counseling, and employment services to help them re-enter the workforce.