The OPWDD Community Habilitation program at AIM Independent Living Center is designed to help individuals build rewarding and meaningful connections within the community.

The goal of the Community Habilitation program is to give consumers the tools to become as independent as possible in all aspects of life.  

These services are meant to be flexible, person-centered and provided in the home or community where an individual wishes to learn more skills, such as social skills, community integration, cooking, shopping, money management, hygiene, transportation and interest exploration.

For more information, contact OPWDD Director of Supports and Services Brandy Reynolds at (607) 962-8225, ext. 237.