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About NEBA
Established in 1983, NEBA is a nonprofit organization known nationally and internationally for its work in supported employment as well as supporting the integration needs and rights of people with disabilities and/or employment challenges. We are the recipient of many awards, including Best Practice from the national Association of People Supporting Employment First. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life for individuals, and currently serve more than 400 people annually through employment, self-employment, skill-building, and community inclusion programs. Individuals served have a myriad of skills, abilities and interests and are between the ages of 15 and 68.

NEBA has contracts with the Department of Developmental Disabilities, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, the Department of Transitional Assistance, and local school systems for students transitioning from high school. NEBA is also a registered employment network through the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program.

Community Impact
NEBA is a service provider, a business partner and a part of the economic and community development engine in Massachusetts and Connecticut.

·         As a service provider, we recognize each individual’s unique gifts and talents and maximize these unique strengths in the workplace.

·         As a business partner, we understand the needs of employers and ensure a successful job match that enhances their bottom line.

·         As a contributor, we improve economic and community conditions by preparing and placing a talented source of workers eager to become self-sufficient and contributing members of their communities.

Service Programs
NEBA has designed several specialized programs to meet the unique needs of the individuals we serve. These programs include:

Employment Services: A program uniquely designed to assist individuals identify career interests, get employed & establish careers.

Business Development Center: A business incubator that assists individuals through education and support, become small business owners.

Career Ladders: An interactive program that prepares individuals transitioning from high school or entering the workforce, by teaching the “soft skills” necessary for success in the work place.

On Our Way: Assists individuals working to enhance their academic achievement, earn a GED, or pursue post-secondary opportunities.

Community Inclusion: A program that assists individuals to pursue volunteer, personal achievement, and other opportunities which will lead to personal growth and community involvement.




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