Achieving Independent Methods (AIM) is designed to be a wrap around program for clients to learn and grow all while utilizing one program. The program offers a full range of direct services, including employment, housing, health services, recreation, daily living skills and socialization. A representative payee can assist with bill payments and money management.
AIM serves adults age 18 and older with intellectual disabilities, brain injuries, physical disabilities, and developmental disabilities. Clients must be referred through Case Managers and Service Coordinators in cooperation with Polk County Health Services. The program is funded by Polk County Health Services.
Contact Outreach Coordinator Renee Bell for additional information at 515-309-1783.