Frazer Center’s Adult Program provides individualized programming and supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our services are designed to benefit participants who are 18 years of age and older as they explore options for making connections to their community and work towards realizing their hopes and dreams.
We engage our participants in activities designed to help them explore potential careers, volunteerism, and opportunities for ongoing adult learning and recreation. We partner with local organizations and businesses to provide options for each individual to learn a new hobby, explore cultural interests, and receive training to advocate for themselves.
Our services are flexible and can be tailored to support each individual’s personal outcomes. We invite you to explore our programs to learn more about our program offerings.You may also arrange for a tour of our facility by filling out our Information Request Form.
CARF accreditation signals a service provider's commitment to continually improving services, encouraging feedback, and serving the community.
Frazer Center’s Community Access Program provides supports designed to help each individual explore their unique place in the community. Our staff provides guidance and support that allows each participant to work towards maximizing their potential to become productive, contributing members of the community.
When we are not in the community, we provide activities in our facility designed to enhance each individual’s quality of life in a safe, caring, and stimulating environment. Participants are encouraged to advocate for themselves and work towards greater independence and self- determination while learning about their rights and responsibilities in society.
This Service is funded by the NOW and COMP Waiver. Contact your Supports Coordinator to arrange for a referral to our program. (Private pay options may also available.) For more information or to request a tour, fill out the Information Request Form.
Frazer Center is contracted with the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) to provide Supported Employment services. The outcome of the service is Competitive Integrated Employment, which is a job working alongside people who do not have a disability and which pays at least minimum wage.
Our Traditional Supported Employment program assists participants in seeking and securing employment. Once employment is obtained we will provide Job Coaching services to assist them in learning specific job functions and making connections in the work place. After a person is successful in a stable position, Frazer Center staff will maintain regular monthly contact with the employee and the employer.
At Frazer Center, we believe that everyone can work, even those with the most significant disabilities. To that end, we also provide Customized Employment services aimed at securing or creating employment opportunities based on an individual’s skills, interests and desire to be employed.
These services are funded by the GVRA. Additional funding for extended ongoing services is provided by the State in the form of either the NOW or COMP Waiver, or State-only funding.
Contact your Supports Coordinator to arrange for a referral to GVRA, and mention the Frazer Center as your requested provider. If you do not have a Supports Coordinator, fill out the Information Request Form and we will contact you to discuss the process.