Friends for Life Rehabilitation Services

To inspire, hope and contribute to the advancement and success of our clients’ goals, needs and independence.

Our program is a very diverse program that aims to develop our consumers’ job and social skills. It also focuses on engaging consumers with the community through community jobs and community service. Our program also carries a creative aspect to it where we hold informational sessions on the arts, music, theater, and crafts. We also offer several extra curricular activities that you can browse through by checking the sub-menu above. 

We currently offer minimum wage paid work opportunities for our individuals in Vocational Habilitation. Paid work opportunities available now are cleaning, making jewelry, making soap, recycling paper, various office duties, gardening and more opportunities are coming as we grow.

Our services include: Adult Day Services, Vocational Habilitation, Community Inclusion, Community Respite, Homemaker personal care, HPC transportation, Non-medical Transportation, Supported Employment, and Supported Living.

Non-medical transportation is available to all consumers from and to Friends for Life Rehabilitation Services. Our transportation vehicles are brand new Ford Transit vans that are equipped with what’s necessary to ensure consumers’ comfort. NMT availability is pertinent to available routes. 


We have several extra-curricular activities available for our consumers. These include but are not limited to computer development, music, art, dance, and community integration. More information is available by visiting the sub-menu above. These activities take place when scheduled and as our individuals desire.

We are also establishing The Friends for Life Learning Center. The Friends for Life Learning Center is the result of intensive research on how an adult day service program can help individuals with developmental disabilities expand their skills by exploring different learning areas. The Learning Center is a stepping stone for a brighter future for these individuals. While attending the Friends for Life Rehabilitation Services program, our clients will be assessed to determine their level. After assessments, each client will be assigned to the specific activity that aligns with his/her level. This will help in keeping the progress in a steady pace. After each level is complete, the client will move up to the level after it. The activities will be designed to meet our clients’ interests and goals.

The Friends for Life Learning Center will offer six activities. These activities will include different levels of intensity within them based on each client’s assessment results. The activities are:

  1. Reading Club
  2. Writing Club
  3. Arts Club
  4. Math Club
  5. Job Search Club
  6. Life Club
Provider Information
Kimberly Mehozonek