We are a consulting social service agency that provides cultural diversity training and staff development to agencies that are working with children and families from diverse backgrounds. Though PIR is a multi-cultural provider agency, we also specialize in working with new African immigrant refugee children and their families to promote healthy social adjustment.
PIR believes that the physical and mental health of the immigrant and refugee families is consequential for their civic participation, labor force productivity, and quality of parenting.
Our mission is to provide comprehensive services of support that assist our consumers in reaching their maximum potential and improving their lives.
We provide a system that recognizes and respects the behavior, ideas, values, beliefs, customs, language, rituals, and practices of the families we serve.
Our philosophy is based on the principle that all services and supports must be culturally specific and appropriate for the people we serve.
We provide vocational services which enables each participant to have a blueprint of their vocational future.
We generate individual plans tailored to your organizations’ unique requirements or personal needs.
PIR provides small business development assistance starting with the business plan all the way to the end.
Our trained staff will work with you to develop an appropriate vocational plan and outcome.
Our community based programs can assist you in obtaining appropriate training positions with area contractors.
We help you overcome any hurdles that are interfering with the successful completion of your vocational plan.
We strive to make members of the community self-dependent through education, living skills, community involvement, behavioral improvement to name a few.Read More
Progressive Individual Resources Inc.’s (PIR I) Children Therapeutic Services and Support (CTSS) is designed to maintain and allow the children and the family to remain in their present home, school and their community.Read More
Our Respite Care is provided outside of the family home setting. We provide a community based respite care. Our care is open to a child with disabilities or other special needs. The care can occur for a day to a week or more. We can take up to four children at a time.Read More
This addresses the ongoing psychological and social problems of Ebola infected individuals, families and caregivers.Read More
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services program helps the community through Progressive Individual Resources and serves people with mental health disabilities by offering integrated mental health care support.Read More
Breast & Cervical Cancer Disparities among Women of African Descent approach is designed to benefit breast cancer patients/survivors, caregivers, service providers & more.Read More