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, work and thrive independently.

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

Community Employment
Supported Employment Services

Community Living
Supported Living Services

Community Day Supports
Supported Day Services

Community Education
Supported Education Services

Community Consulting
Employers, Funders and Providers

Community Thrift & Gift
Donated Goods Create Jobs

Community Staffing
Contract, Temporary, Permanent Staffing

Staffing Solutions
For Employers

Featured Stories

Congratulations, Nancy!

CE would like to introduce Nancy and more proud of her accomplishments, we could not be. For the last 3-years, Nancy has been living in a nursing home because her home was not well-equipped to handle her physical needs.  Thanks to the state of CT, Community Enterprises (East Hartford office) and most of all Nancy's personal efforts, as of January she is living back at home with her loving husband and her happily chirping birds. Her home is now equipped with ramps and the proper accessibility to make her life easier. We stop in twice a day to ensure that she's eating healthy, socializing, getting out of house, moving around and most of all... to make sure she's happy. Nancy visits her senior program 5-days per week and absolutely loves it. She worked for what she wanted and never gave up. She is now living well back in her own home.  Congratulations, Nancy!

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Free As I Want To Be; An Amazing Event!

Last summer, Greenfield Energy Park in Greenfield, MA held an amazing festival-event called "Free As I Want To Be." Community Enterprises' own Matthew Robidoux organized this event to showcase the artistic output and creative capabilities of the people that CE serves as well as numerous other local companies who assist people with disabilities. Planning the event wasn't an easy task, but with the assistance of the clients from creating radio ads and obtaining permit approvals, the event proved to be a success! Read more about it in the Daily Hampshire Gazette article here -

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