Why choose Goodwill?

What You Can Expect From Goodwill Staff

Goodwill has served the community since 1951, and is recognized as a leading provider of services in the state of Connecticut. Goodwill is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Accreditation by this international standard-setting organization demonstrates that Goodwill has passed a rigorous review of its services and that we conform to nationally and internationally recognized service standards. We work with several state offices including; the Department of Social Services, Department of Developmental Services, the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, the Bureau of Education and Services for the Blind and the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

Goodwill is committed to employing only the most talented and passionate individuals to deliver our support services. Staff routinely participate in continuing education and professional development to ensure they are on the cutting edge of advances in services for those with disabilities.

Our bilingual and multicultural staff are trained in all aspects of human services and are thoroughly pre-screened (including criminal background, driving record and drug/alcohol testing). Goodwill strives to meet the individual needs of participants across all programs and provide knowledgeable and competent staff for all aspects of services.  All direct-staff personnel and case managers receive targeted and specific initial orientation and ongoing teachings throughout their employment in order to maintain the best possible services to program participants.

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