SRVS Community Employment Services- The Employment Services program provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities to be employed in the Memphis and Shelby County community through funding from the Tennessee Department of Human Services, Division of Rehabilitation Services.
SRVS Kids & Families - SK&F provides family-centered programs and services that address the unique abilities and challenges of young children with special needs from birth to age 12. Programs include early intervention, Play Do Learn Preschool and multiple therapy services.
SRVS Community Based Services - A city-wide day service designed to provide meaningful, person-centered activities for people supported by SRVS at settings in the community.
SRVS Learning Centers- The learning center offers weekday programs for adults with disabilities, incorporating frequent community outings to provide an opportunity for regular, social engagement. The programs involve individuals in a classroom setting learning social skills, self-care skills and pre-vocational training. The SRVS Learning Center currently serves 78 people. SRVS offers two satellite Enhanced Learning Centers in Covington, TN and Collierville, TN.
SRVS Community Living- SRVS currently provides 80 locations of residential housing for SRVS individuals with disabilities.
SRVS Family Support- SRVS Family Support program strives to empower individuals with severe disabilities and their families to live independently. Assistance is provided in the form of respite, before and after school care, specialized equipment and supplies, education and home vehicle modification.
SRVS Elderly and Adult Disability Services- SRVS Elder and Adult Disability services is a network of home and community based services designed to assist the elderly and adults with disabilities enabling them to live independently for as long as possible. The program is built on a solid reputation of providing quality service to each and every individual.
Employment and Community First (ECF) - A new service for people not currently receiving services geared toward supporting integrated, competitive employment and independent living as the first and preferred option for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.