We support the growth, development, and independence of persons with disabilities.Our programs address concerns and issues of social skills, appropriate behaviors, work skills, job-seeking skills, living skills, and life skills.
The Columbus Day Activity is a recreation and leisure program that offers supervised care for individuals. Our clients participate in structured activities, such as community-based outings, arts and crafts, music therapy, yoga, seasonal events, and exercise.
The Columbus’s Residential Services include three levels of support that can help make this transition easier and more successful for both participants and their families. They include: residential homes, supervised apartments ,and a supported living program.
Columbus Community Employment programs provide effective coordinated vocational supports that result in job placements for individuals with disabilities.
This program provides pre-employment transition services to students with disabilities, ages 14-21. Every program participant will work one-on-one with a Pre-Employment Transition Specialist to explore the student’s career interests.
NextWork focuses on the strengths and interests expressed by our clients on the autism spectrum. Our most popular program is NeuroVersity. It was founded by Drs. Scott and Cheryl Wright to help youth with autism develop talents to find technology jobs.
This Program assists people with disabilities to find meaningful employment in local communities. Participants are integrated into community employment settings.
Columbus provides cost-effective business services at competitive rates.
By partnering with Columbus, Utah companies receive quality services while making a positive impact in the community.
Thank you to our donors and supporters.
With your support, we are able to ensure that individuals with disabilities can live and work with dignity and independence.
Make a positive impact in the community and enjoy these benefits:
- Flexible, part-time positions available, including evenings and weekends;
- Contribute to a team environment;
- Assist individuals with disabilities to live fulfilling lives;
- Build skills that will serve your current and future career goals.