Supported Employment

Supported Employment provides support to adults looking for permanent employment in the community.

Services include assessment, job development, coaching, intensive training, and long-term follow along.

Your  Employment Specialist will:

  • Meet with you to learn about your skills, abilities and interests to help you find a job.
  • Work with you to create a resume and build interview skills.
  • Advocate to find potential job opportunities.
  • Take you to meet employers and help you through the application and interview process.
  • Provide you with a job coach to provide on the job training to ensure maximum independence and success.
  • Assist you with transportation training if needed.
  • Monitor your work and progress.
  • Help you to become part of the work team.
  • Provide long term supports and follow-up as needed.


It’s easy to get started! The referral will come to us through Vocational Rehabilitation.

Call the location closest to you to get started!


Durham County:

4312 Western Park Place
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 560-6810

Orange County:

548 Smith Level Road
Carrboro, NC 27510
(919) 969-7350

Wake County:

3080 Hammond Business Place, Suite 101
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 859-8301


For more information on Vocational Rehabilitation, click here!

FOR EMPLOYERS: Triangle Disability & Autism Services supports the principle that all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities [IDD] and autism should have the opportunity to work in their communities. 

  • People with IDD and autism are reliable and dedicated employees
  • Customer loyalty increases – people feel good spending money at a business that supports the community
  • Workplace diversity
  • Tax credit and other government resources
  • Community Awareness
  • No-cost job candidate pre-screening – offering the best possible candidate
  • On the job training assistance – setting up new employees for success

All Supported Employment participants are subject to Triangle Disability & Autism Services policy on non-discrimination. Participation is not based on race, color, creed, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, or any other consideration protected by federal, state, and local laws.