Community Connection Wednesday January 8th
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Significant Medical Challenges
Children & Their Families
More about Dungarvin Inc:
“Today, Dungarvin employs approximately 3,000 people who provide services to over 2,200 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in more than 1,100 locations across 13 states. Unique among large providers, Dungarvin has chosen not to operate large facilities; our primary emphasis is on person-centered supports through Medicaid Home and Community-Based Waiver programs. In addition to residential supports, Dungarvin provides day services, supported employment, supported foster care, Host Homes, case management services, children’s services, respite care, supports for traumatic brain injury and transitional services.”
In Studio Guests:
Carmelia Pearson – HR Recruitment Supervisor at Dungarvin Inc.
Sybrena Harmon – Chief Recruiter at Dungarvin Inc.
Dungarvin National Central Office
Phone: (651) 699-0206
Toll Free: (800) 967-2791
Fax: (651) 699-0799
The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division informs us to put the FULL YEAR on all important documents.
Writing the full year on your documents is the safest option. If you abbreviate the year, you could be suspect to fraud, due to dates being changed.
In Studio Guests:
Betsy Denardi – Director/Chief Counsel of the Consumer Protection Division in the Attorney General’s Office
Call in with your comments at 317-239-1310 or tweet us @CommunityIndy
Free QPR Training – Open to the Public
THIS SATURDAY, Jan. 11th from 10 AM – Noon
– Presented by Mental Health America of Indiana
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer, three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. Just like CPR, QPR is an emergency response to someone in crisis and can save lives.