About Us

PARTNERS In Employment, Inc. (PiE) assists people with disabilities in finding employment and assists employers in finding workers that meet their needs. Additionally, we offer benefits consultations for those on Social Security. We assist individuals through the entire employment process. We can help you to choose a career path that’s right for you and your situation. We can assist in creating a resume, rehearsing interviews, and finding job leads. We can assist with adjusting to work and in learning your new job duties. We provide 3 months of follow up after you’ve been hired to assist with any situation that may arise with your new job. There are longer term follow up options available to eligible individuals. Our services are as intense as you want them to be, they are designed with your input, with you and your referral source directing the services at all times. We assist employers in utilizing a labor pool full of capable workers. We can assist with training, accommodations and applying for tax credits. Services also offered to employers are screening and selection of employees, orientation of new employees, and assistance in addressing performance issues with challenging employees. Our emphasis is centered on bringing together employees with disabilities and community employers to make an easy and successful hire so that both the individual and employer are satisfied.

CARF accreditation
CARF International is an independent, nonprofit organization that surveys and accredits health and human services providers worldwide. A service or program that is CARF accredited has passed an in-depth on-site review and has demonstrated substantial conformance to internationally recognized standards for quality.

PARTNERS in Employment, Inc. has been accredited by CARF since 1997 and is currently accredited in the following Employment and Community Services: Community and Employment Services

Our accreditation is a public commitment that we strive to:

  • Involve persons served and their families in their service planning.
  • Respect individual cultural preferences.
  • Be accountable to our funding sources, referral agencies, and the community at large.
  • Address health and safety concerns, such as building safety and emergency preparedness.
  • Maintain management practices that are efficient, cost-effective, and based on outcomes and consumer satisfaction.

For more information about CARF International, the standards, or the survey process, visit www.carf.org.