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Station Club Enterprise

 

A Division of Carobell, Inc.

 

 

In our Pre-Vocational Day Support Programs, individuals receive life skills, socialization, and wellness training in additional to specialized pre-vocational skills training.  Individuals are given opportunities to participate in a variety of skills development and are encouraged to work to their fullest potential.

 

Individuals may qualify for either the Adult Developmental Vocational Program (ADVP) or N.C. Innovations Waiver Program.

 

Adult Develpmental Vocational Program (ADVP)
ADVP is a long-term day program service that offers a structured environment where individuals receive valuable basic job skills training and paid wages while learning to work as independently as possible.  Individuals are challenged to develop their physical mental and social skills and capabilities in order to achieve their highest level of self-improvement.

 

NC Innovations Waiver Program
This program focuses on individual needs through Individualized Service Plans.  Our primary goal is to promote independence through empowerment.  The NC innovations Waiver Program offers one-on-one supervision to persons in need of more individualized services and level of care.

 

These programs are offered at both our Hubert Campus and our Station Club Enterprise Site in Morehead City.

 

At our Hubert Campus, individuals are given opportunities to make dog and kitty biscuits, dog and kitty beds and a variety of assorted items such as pillows, aprons, and cloth books.  Consumers can earn a paycheck by participating in our vending services at several local businesses as well as our in-house shredding services.  Places where consumers volunteer locally include Onslow Community Ministries Soup Kitchen, The Salvation Army Thrift Store, and Onslow County Public Library.  In addition, our consumers participate in programs sponsored by C.H.E.W. and Ronald McDonald House in Greenville.

 

At the Station Club Enterprise Site, consumers have an opportunity to participate in Horticulture, Woodshop, Candy Bouquet, and Pre-Vocational contract work such as bulk mailing, packaging and shredding.  As a day program, Station Club strives to procure sub-contract work from local industry and area businesses.  Paid work provides many benefits to our program participants, not the least of which is the feeling of accomplishment one gets when they receive a paycheck for a job well done.  But it doesn't stop with our consumers!  The benefits to the industry and businesses we do work for is immeasurable.  Simply put, by working with Station Club as a sub-contract work center for your packaging, collating, and mailing needs, as well as any of those other jobs that may be considered "nuisance jobs," you are turning on the power of work in our community and freeing up your own employees so they can focus on their core responsibilities.  Our overall goal is to continue to expand our programs to meet the needs and choices of the individuals we serve so that they may have the same opportunities to safely learn, work and play in their home communities as we all do.  For staff and consumers alike, every day is a good day at Station club.  We work hard, we socialize with our peers and at day's end we feel good about what we have accomplished.

 

For more information about these programs, please contact us:

 

Jim Kuhn  

 

Adult Day Coordinator
Station Club Enterprise - Morehead City
306 Church Street, Morehead City, NC 28557
919-436-4035

 

Mary Butts, Program Director

Carobell, Inc.

198 Cinnamon Drive, Hubert, NC 28539

919-436-4043

 

 

    

 

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Station Club Leads to Fuller Lives - Read an article in the March 26, 2010 Carteret News-Times! 

 

 Station Club Enterprise's Programs were also in the paper two times in the Spring of 2009!  Check out the articles: 

  

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