Vocational & Day Programs
At Community Mainstreaming, we work to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities live more meaningful, self-determined lives within their communities.
At Community Mainstreaming, we offer a range of residential opportunities for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD). With our programs, individuals…
At Community Mainstreaming, we provide Community Habilitation services to help you or your loved one with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD) find a higher level of freedom.
Community Mainstreaming offers Self-Directed services for those with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD). By Self-Direction, your services, you and/or your family will choose…
Our Core Careers program bridging our Day Program & Supportive Employment Program to help build necessary soft skills and identify a person’s vocational goal(s).
Respite services provide temporary relief from the demands of care giving, which can help reduce overall family stress. This enables families to better meet the needs of their loved one…
Discover CMA eAcademy
How it works
CMA eAcademy training and work program develops skills for meaningful employment in the field of e-commerce for the program attendees. The charity boutique housed on eBay sells books, art and sports memorabilia at great prices.
CMA solicits donated goods from our network and the broader community. Items are cataloged through an established process in a work training site and warehouse donated to us by the Bellmore-Merrick school district and at the main office in Westbury. Participants work with job coaches to pick up, catalog, and sort donated items; describe, photograph, competitively price and list the items on our eBay shop; monitor buyers; process payments; package, ship and track deliveries; offer customer support as well as provide personal thank you letters to both donors and buyers.