PROGRAMS

DAY PROGRAMS

Viability’s various day programs emphasize empowerment and access across three different categories of needs, but all share the unified goal of increasing social skills and steps toward greater independence and personal growth.  

COMMUNITY BASED DAY SERVICES

Viability’s community based day services provide participants with support and opportunities to be involved in  a range of community activities ranging from volunteering, recreational and wellness activities to community trips. Participants develop peer friendships while building employment skills, self-sufficiency, and social skills. The primary goal of these services is to provide a clearly defined path to employment through a variety of work-related activities and experiences.

 
DAY HABILITATION

Viability’s day habilitation programs provide people with disabilities goal oriented, structured and active programs aimed toward increasing levels of functioning and self-confidence. Participants have access to a variety of specialized social activities including culinary arts, outdoor recreation, wellness and fitness, arts and crafts, sensory, fine and gross motor skills, as well as computer and technology skills. The program assists members in securing a variety of services in skill development in the areas of activities of daily living, communication, integrated experiences, interpersonal development, and occupational development. Our day habilitation programs are certified and approved by the Massachusetts Division of Medical Assistance (DMA).

LOCATIONS
MASSACHUSETTS

Olympus
Serving the Greater Springfield and Holyoke areas
123 Interstate Drive, Rear of building
West Springfield, MA 01089
413.278.2625
Fax: 413.746.3370

Pyramid
60 Brookdale Drive, Rear of Building
Springfield, MA 01104
413.736.6591
Fax: 413.746.0280

 
HEAD INJURY RECREATION PROGRAM

Participants in this program benefit from meeting and socializing with new acquaintances and becoming educated on how to access recreation activities in their area. In this program, individuals ages 18 years and older who have experienced a traumatic brain injury are part of a shared community where they can come together and connect through recreation and social activities in their communities.

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LOCATIONS

MASSACHUSETTS
GREENFIELD, MA
  • Serving Franklin County
    101 Munson Street, Suite 10
    Greenfield, MA 01301
    413.774.2351
    Fax: 413.774.9468
SPRINGFIELD, MA (PYRAMID)
  • 60 Brookdale Drive
    Springfield, MA 01104
    413.736.6591
    Fax: 413.746.0280
  • Serving the Greater Springfield Area, Greater Holyoke Area
    979 Dickinson Street, 1st Floor Rear
    Springfield, MA 01108
    413.746.6801
    Fax: 413.746.6805
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA
  • Serving the Greater Springfield and Holyoke areas
    123 Interstate Drive, Front of building
    West Springfield, MA 01089
    413.278.2625
    Fax: 413.746.3370
 
NEW YORK
RONKONKOMA, NY

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Transportation services are provided to individuals with disabilities who qualify under the Department of Developmental Services, Department of Mental Health or Mass health. Services are provided as a curb to curb, shared service funded by Massachusetts Human Service Transportation. For more information, please contact Aimee Bell abell@viability.org. Phone 413-739-5666. For Title VI and ADA follow this link.