Adult Developmental Vocational Program (ADVP)
ADVP is a day program service that offers a structured environment where members receive valuable basic job skills training and paid wages while learning a work skill. Members are challenged to develop their physical mental and social skills to achieve their highest level of self-improvement.
NC Innovations Waiver Program
The primary goal is to promote independence through empowerment. The NC innovations Waiver Program offers one-on-one supervision with an individualized plan of care or small group supervised services.
Station Club Enterprise
In our community-based pre-vocational day support programs, members receive life skills, socialization, and wellness training in addition to specialized pre-vocational skills training. Members are given opportunities to participate in a variety of skills development and are encouraged to work to their fullest potential.
Day programs include Horticulture, Woodshop, Candy Bouquet, and Pre-Vocational contract work such as bulk mailing, packaging and shredding. As a day program, Station Club strives to partner with 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. Benefits reach beyond our members! Businesses who partner with Station Club are rewarded with top quality work from hardworking individuals.
Community Living and Supports Program
Community living and Support Services are designed so participants can live in their own or family home. Community Living Support services are individually tailored to assist with acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to a participant’s continued residence in his or her own, or family home.
Respite is a service that provides primary caregiver with the opportunity for rest. Caregiving is hard work and we recognize the need caregivers have for respite. Respite is also a time for the individual with a disability to make new social connections, develop trust in others, have their own independent time.
Personal Assistance is a support service which allows a member the opportunity to engage in activities and interactions that otherwise might not be possible because of his/her disability or disabilities. The assistance includes:
- personal or regular living activities in the member’s home.
- Support in skill development.
- Support and accompaniment of the member in regular community activities or in specialized treatment, habilitation or rehabilitation programs.
Mary Butts, Program Director
198 Cinnamon Drive, Hubert, NC
Carobell, Inc. – Hubert Campus
198 Cinnamon Drive, Hubert, NC 28539