Reliable Enterprises helps unify clients and the community.

In many cases this means developing new job opportunities with Lewis County businesses that enhance the quality of the lives of clients, customers, and community. 

Founded in 1977, Reliable Enterprises of Lewis County, Washington began serving those with Developmental Disabilities by offering basic socialization skills.

Through the years this non-profit organization has continually adapted and improved its programs to meet growing community needs.

We Make a Positive Difference in our Community.

We are a community service organization that strives to make a difference and give our partners the greatest chance to be successful in their lives. Reliable Enterprises believes that everything starts with the individual.

Each person’s maximum potential in vocational and personal development is given sincere consideration. Following adequate training, there is the opportunity for placement in individual employment or group-supported employment.

Today Reliable Enterprises offers Housing Services, New Life Thrift Stores, SPARC, Family Support NetworkInfant Toddler Early Intervention Program (InToT), Parent to Parent program, and Lewis County Head Start.

Additionally, we offer a Payee Program, Individual Supported Employment. Child Health Notes, Adult Disabilities Training-Group Supported Employment. We co-sponsor programs with Centralia College and many agencies throughout the Pacific Northwest.

We are excited to announce that Reliable Enterprises/In-Tot Programs have partnered with Rite Aid as an official KidCents Charity! This means more sustainable funding for Reliable Enterprises, In-Tot, and many of the programs supported by Reliable Enterprises!  All funds stay right here in OUR local Lewis County Community!  Click the this link for instructions on how you can help.

It also means that YOU have the ability to help us reach our goals by simply shopping at Rite Aid and rounding up your purchases for our organization, as well as asking your friends and family to participate in the program. Imagine the change that your change can make!

Reliable Administrative Office hours are 8:00AM-5:00PM Monday through Friday.  Here is a link to our schedule of holidays that we will be closed for the year.

Click on this link for a copy of our Employee Absence Request.  You may download and print a copy here.

Reliable Enterprises welcomes the challenges involved in educating, encouraging, and caring for the developmentally and economically disadvantaged citizens of Lewis County.

 

IN THE NEWS…

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SMILE & SHOP AT AMAZON.COM AND RELIABLE WILL GET A DONATION

Amazon now has a wonderful program in place that the company will donate .05% of the purchase price of products to a charitable organization designated by the buyer. This is at no additional cost to you or Reliable. Amazon seems to think of everything! Thank you Amazon! And thanks to all of you, who think of Reliable next time you are shopping on the Amazon site. We here at Reliable Enterprises really appreciate you!
Next time you decide to shop at Amazon, please use this link: Amazon Smile

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SPARC CENTER IS THE HAPPENING PLACE TO BE!

MUCH FUN AND INTERESTING ACTIVITIES TO BE HAD! Come see for yourself!
SPARC, Specialized Activities & Recreation in the Community is implementing a two day a week, 3 hours per day program. SPARC Center a place where activities, like life skill classes taught by community peers, art sessions, crafting, WII Games, Karaoke, and lite exercise. For more info, call 360-748-6789, (fax 360-748-3558) and check out the schedule in the SPARC newsletter by going to the "Programs" tab, scroll down to "SPARC", and select the " 2016 "SPARC Calendar" link. EVERYONE MUST PRE-REGISTER.
BIG THANK YOU TO PEOPLE FIRST, MOLINA HEALTH CARE, AND LEWIS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES, FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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CHILDREN'S HEALTH CARE AND DISABILITY ISSUES

Parent to Parent (a Reliable Enterprises Program) and Centralia College co-sponsor guest speakers at our monthly Community Education classes held the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Centralia College. For a schedule of speakers, see the Parent 2 Parent newsletter or call 360-520-3406 for more information. We also publish Child Health Notes September through May. Child Health Notes provides diagnosis-specific information and resources on current health issues for children with special health care needs. To subscribe to our newsletter or Child Health Notes, send an email to Melody Porter.