SOCP Vocational/Day Services
The State Operated Community Program VOC/Day Services promote community based partnerships and provides support services that enhance the quality of life of persons with developmental disabilities. (OAR 411-345)
The overall purpose of employment and alternative to employment services is to provide services that promote individuals’ opportunities for integration, independence and productivity and that are based upon individual needs.
Support staff are trained to provide needed supports to maintain successful employment placements.
- Pet care
- Courtesy clerk
- Office receptionist
- Car wash/detail
- Hosp. tray delivery
- Warehouse worker
- Stocking shelves
- Stuffing envelopes
- Shredding / Recycling
Supports are provided by Behavior Vocational Specialists (BVS), Habilitative Training Technicians (HTT), and/or Mental Health Therapy Technicians (MHTT).
- BVS1’s are responsible for providing vocational / day program opportunities and activities to clients. Work is performed under well-defined procedures and instructions.
- BVS2’s are responsible for providing services to developmentally disabled individuals with the greatest support needs. Employees in this class are responsible for complex analyses and evaluation of clients behavioral support needs, writing and monitoring Behavior Support Plans.
- HTT’s primary purpose is to provide training and assistance to clients in self-care, routine health care, nutrition and daily activities within the home and community, including support in job placements and integrated community services.
- MHTT’s primary purpose is to provide training and/or assistance for children or adults in: behavioral management, safety, school, personal care, nutrition, housekeeping, health care and other daily activities in a safe and sanitary manner. Behavior training, communication and stabilization/transition