Our vision is to create and deliver disability services, workforce development and housing programs that result in 100% included and empowered participants in their communities.
Thanks to a grant from Americares, and to the volunteers from the American Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, we were able to prepare 250 nutritious food kits to be distributed to people struggling with homelessness throughout the harsh fall and winter months.
One of the biggest challenges faced by people struggling with homelessness is food insecurity. With the help of Americares and the American Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, we prepared nutritional and transportable food kits - a lot of them - to be distributed to homeless populations during the harsh winter months.
December 2, 2021
In celebration of National Special Education Day, Team Easterseals is in conversation with Erika Wat…
November 18, 2021
Tonight, Thursday, November 18, 2021, I will be one of four women with disabilities on an hour-long …
November 15, 2021
Last year, right around this time, I wrote a post about what COVID taught me about long-distance rel…
October 29, 2021
Ben Trockman is the Diversity and Inclusion Outreach Specialist at Old National Bank, a long time le…
October 27, 2021
As our elected leaders in Washington squabble over the important details that should be included in …
James, AKA "Patch" was once a participant in our employment program for homeless Veterans; but now, he's been an indispensable Easterseals employee for over a year.
When negative stigma about disability created barriers to employment for Kevin, our team helped him break those barriers down.
Sergio's road to employment has been full of challenges and barriers, but that's our specialty!
Norberto's body couldn't handle his career in building maintenance anymore, but he didn't know where to turn next.
When Grace and her husband faced homelessness, she stepped up to build a path toward the medical field. With our staff's help, she reached her goals.
Mr. Harris is an Army Veteran who had experienced several years of homelessness due to a criminal record. It was time for a real change.
When Charles was homeless, unemployed, and living in his car, he turned to our Senior Community Service Employment Program for help.
Establishing stable housing is often the most necessary first step to building a better foundation to grow upon.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) assists low-income seniors seeking employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we equip seniors with updated skills, empowering them to enter a new and changing job market.Read More
One of the biggest challenges to attaining employment in the Latin-American community is the language barrier. The Connecting Communities program provides employment services for individuals with disabilities who have language and/or literacy barriers, empowering them to pursue their career goals.Read More
Our Supportive Services for Veteran Families program provides support to veterans and their families to find permanent housing, prevent eviction, obtain documentation, secure benefits (SSI or VA), and increase skills and income.Read More