We empower individuals with disabilities to live in their own homes, work in jobs of their choosing, and be a part of their community.

The services we provide

The people we serve direct their EBI services as much as they can. We help people strive for independence when possible, and we provide assistance when independence is not possible. We believe in services that are flexible and change over time as people change.

Our Services

We strive to understand each person's hopes and aspirations as well as their needs for support.

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Working together

Supported Employment connects businesses with a valuable, largely untapped workforce. This free service impacts a company’s bottom line, utilizing interview support and on-the-job coaching to achieve lower turnover and improved customer loyalty. Supported Employment partnerships have resulted in more than 170,000 individuals with disabilities entering the workforce, as well as significant employer savings on the cost of recruiting, training, and ongoing job support.

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Listen to Tom Heinz, EBI’s Executive Director, in Accessible Housing Matters Podcast

Accessible Housing Matters podcast is designed to raise awareness about all matters in the intersection of housing and accessibility. We will speak with knowledgeable experts about the challenges and issues associated with accessible housing. We will hear some success stories. We will share insights and knowledge. We will raise the level of awareness about the importance of accessibility in housing. Our goal? To share and spark new insights into creative ways to solve housing problems. And to improve the quality of the debate about housing in this country.

Click here to listen to the podcast.

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Spring 2020 Newsletter is Here!

This newsletter edition features how EBI is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and recognizes the amazing staff people who are going above and beyond to provide client support during this challenging time.

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Corona virus update to EBI staff

As EBI continues to monitor and take steps to respond to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) health epidemic, our top priorities continue to be the health and well-being of our employees, clients, and larger community as a whole.


At this time we are taking proactive steps toward preventing further spread of the virus. Please review the following recommendations under the advisory of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control. These are general guidelines designed to mitigate the risk of transmission in the home, workplace and out in the community. If you have questions on how to implement these practices in your direct support work, please communicate this to your supervisor. These recommendations are effective immediately and will be reassessed periodically as this COVID-19 outbreak evolves.

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