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One worker spends his nights caring for adults with intellectual disabilities, and his days working a job part-time to make ends meet. Two others left their caregiver jobs last year to become waitresses, choosing better pay over a fulfilling career they loved. Many more here at Human Support Services (HSS) are logging 60-plus hour work weeks...

  Pictures are worth a thousand words but there isn’t a photograph that will show you all that we do here at Human Support Services (HSS.) Our services are complicated and not always pretty. Suicide prevention, substance abuse treatment, job training for those with intellectual or developmental disabilities - these are not the billboard photo-worthy services that capture...

Rosita has always been genuinely curious. Whether she’s walking around the courthouse square or having lunch at the local coffee shop, she’s quick to start a conversation with the person next to her. She wants to know about people and about the world around her. Perhaps it was that curiosity - that thirst for more -...