What is the Evergreen Homes, Inc. ATF?

The Evergreen Homes Adult Training Facility is a handicap accessible day program. This program was established in 1981 in order to provide pre-vocational training to individuals who are currently unable to benefit from other existing programs/services. The program has met the needs of those individuals by offering activities designed to encourage the development of new skills, while reinforcing their current abilities. The overall goal of the Adult Training Facility is to increase capabilities in both pre-vocational and community based instruction. This is done by using the likes, wants, and abilities for the foundation of each individuals learning experience.

In addition to our traditional Adult Training Center we also offer a specialized Older Adult Training Center specifically for adults aged 60 and over to meet the additional unique needs of older adults.

Evergreen Homes Inc. Adult Training Facility

Pre-vocational training

Program Services
Hygiene Care Leisure Activities Community Activities Individualized attention based on assessed needs in a 1:5 group setting or 1:1 personalized staffing pattern Exercise Daily Living Skills Pre-vocational Skills Community Involvement Educational Training Opportunities Volunteer Services Crafts for Sale Program
Program Requirements
Each program participant is required to have the following items in accordance with the Department of Human Services Regulations: An annual physical examination A DT Immunization (every 10 years) A Mantoux TB Test (every 2 years) An annual eye examination An annual hearing examination
Community Outings

The Adult Training Facility schedules many community outings throughout the year to assist individuals with social and community integration skills. Some trips and outings include: shopping, swimming, bowling, the movies, fishing, the zoo, baseball games, amusement parks, local fairs, eating out, and gardening.

Crafts for Sale

The individuals who attend the Adult Training Facility work on certain craft projects that are sold to the public. This gives the individuals an opportunity to gain work experience and receive a paycheck for their work. Craft projects vary from year to year and can be purchased during a semi-annual sale in the spring/fall or special orders can be placed at any time throughout the year.

Craft brochures are available at the ATF for the public to place orders.

Meal Info:

Program participants are responsible for bringing their own lunch, except for prearranged parties/picnics. Appliances for heating meals are available on site.