Community Learning Services
Community Learning Services (CLS) are activities, special assistance, support, and education to help people whose age, disability, or circumstances currently limits their ability to be employed and/or participate in activities in their communities. These services assist in developing the skills and social support necessary to gain, retain, or advance in employment. Examples of CLS include: self-advocacy training, peer mentoring, volunteer activities, and activities that promote health, safety, nutrition, well-being, fitness, communication, socialization, and employment skills.
For more information about the Community Learning Services, please contact Jim Hurley, Senior Director of Day and Employment Services, at (301) 797-0052.