Community Enterprises provides supported employment, education, and living services to people with disabilities.

Working closely with families, employers and the greater community, we work to create a wide range of services that help our clients live, learn and work independently.

Serving Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. Find a service location near you.

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    In The News

    New Director Joins CE

    Deborah Sanborn, MSSA, LCSW was recently appointed to the position of Director at the Community Enterprises Worcester, MA office. The Director is responsible for the management and supervision of staff for the programs provided by that office.

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    Club 25 Luncheon 2014

    Community Enterprises' Club 25 luncheon was held at Max's Tavern at The Basketball Hall of Fame on October 17, 2014. Club 25 members are staff who have worked at CE for 25 years or more. This year, Debra Suiter joined Club 25 as its newest inductee. All together, the Club 25 members have worked at CE for a total of 450 years! Thank you for your hard work and congratulations Club 25 members!

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    (l to r) Rick Beach, Joanne Carrube, Gil Cote
    (l to r) Rick Beach, Joanne Carrube, Gil Cote

    Donations Make It to OK, Okay!

    Donated Items for CE's New Thrift Store Were Moved from Headquarters in MA to CE's Office in Enid, OK

    Rick Beach and Gil Cote, longtime friends of CE, hand over the keys to Joanne Carrube, Program Supervisor, to a truck filled with donated items for the new thrift store in Enid Oklahoma.  Dick Venne, President/CEO of Community Enterprises is very appreciative of the generosity of people and their donations. 

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    (l to r) Lila Williams, Corey Westbrook, Governor Malloy

    Community Enterprises Invited by Governor Malloy to Attend a Signing Ceremony

    On July 18, 2014 Corey Westbrook and Lila Williams of the Windsor, Connecticut Community Employment Program were invited by Governor Malloy to attend the signing ceremony to celebrate, in particular, the sections of bill 5312 promoting increased employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. 

    PA 14-88, signed into law during a state Capital ceremony, will broaden the types of services already promoted under a pilot program established in 2006 and made permanent in 2013, from janitorial services to now include other types of services such as document management, data entry, food services, call centers and landscaping.

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