CCRC’s administrative department is employed by employees who have a combined experience of more than 60 years. The priority of our employees is to serve and provide quality supports to people with developmental disabilities. The CCRC management team focuses to ensure that all components are providing quality services while striving to continually improve services for the individuals in our care.
CCRC, Inc. has established Financial Procedures which provide staff and vendors with the information necessary to understand the overall accounting functions of CCRC, as well as the detail of processing transactions. CCRC accounting system operates according to well-established rules in accordance to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). CCRC’s financial reporting is completed within a monthly basis to its regulatory agencies. CCRC employs 6 qualified employees who manage the accounting office on a daily basis.
CCRC supported employment program provides an exclusive opportunity for adults with developmental disabilities to achieve successful employment in their community. Individuals within the supported employment program are prepped for job interviews by one of our many experienced job coaches. When a job is found, the job coaches continue to assist the individual to ensure they are aware and accountable of their job responsibilities, such as being on time, clocking in & out, excellent customer service, requesting leave, etc. CCRC job coaches also serve as a liaison between the individual, the employer, and CCRC. With the assistance of a job developer, job coaches, and natural supports, several individuals have been hired within the supported employment program. These job opportunities have been both on and off the Navajo reservation in the local areas of Tohatchi and Gallup, New Mexico as well as Window Rock, Arizona. CCRC supported employment program is a popular choice by the individuals in our care and we will continue to search for opportunities of growth and expansion for this unique program.
Individuals participating in the employment services program earn wages based on their productivity and work quality in relation to non-disabled workers. All individuals are provided training opportunities either through CCRC sponsored training or through contracts obtained from businesses in the community. The purpose of the work services program is to provide a comprehensive training program that involves work adjustment, skill development training and employment opportunities in the community according to an individual employment services plan. Programs offered through employment services include:
• Janitorial Services
• Button Manufacturing
• Firewood, Coal and Christmas tree sales
• Full line vending service
• Food Service/Catering/Concession
The training activity center operation involves wood and coal sales, as well as arts and crafts such as button making. As with all of our businesses, we employ a number of our consumers to assist us with the daily production of supply.
CCRC has operated a vending machine business for many years. This component provides extensive employment skills training to individuals who can work independently. We currently have 35 locations throughout the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico (Brimhall, Crownpoint, Pueblo Pintado, Tohatchi, Gallup), and Arizona (Sanders, Window Rock, and Fort Defiance). Our consumers assist with filling the machines with snacks and sodas, as well as basic machine troubleshooting. They enjoy this work and love earning their own income! CCRC belongs to the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) a professional organization providing assistance to vending operators.
CCRC provides residential services to individuals in a variety of settings. The goal of CCRC community living is to provide programs and support enabling individuals with developmental disabilities to live in an integrated environment and improve their quality of life. This is accomplished by offering opportunities to individuals to increase independence in natural environments, give flexibility of where to live, and increase the availability of community integrated activities. CCRC offers community living services on the Navajo Nation, McKinley and San Juan counties. Program services ranges from support and training, nursing, nutritional counseling, community involvement and discovery, and fiscal management. The programs are developed on a continuum/model so that progression is toward an environment that focuses on greater independence for the individual. Programs provided include:
CCRC’s Day Habilitation program consists of services and supports that provide individuals the opportunity to increase or maintain his or her capacity for independent functioning, self determination, interdependence productivity and typical activities of community life. Day Habilitation services provide programmed activities that are designed to meet the unique needs of each person, to maintain or increase skills in socialization, communication, self-help, leisure/recreation, pre-vocational, and adaptive skills.