COVID19 UPDATE: Our first priority is always the health and safety of the people with disabilities we serve, our employees, and families. In light of recent updates and guidelines put in place by the Governor of Virginia and the CDC, VersAbility Resources has made the difficult decision to extend the closure of our Day Support programs until further notice.
VersAbility Resources’ Lewis B. Puller Center provides long-term employment, training, and day support services to 50 adults with disabilities from the 10 counties on the Middle Peninsula/Northern Neck. The Puller Center is the only work center for people with disabilities in this region. While working at the Puller Center, people with disabilities work and receive supports not typically found in other work settings.
Jobs at the Puller Center include light manufacturing, collating books and packaging them for shipping, coordinating mailings, assembly of first aid bags, and more.
Individuals at the Puller Center also help others in the community by regularly volunteering with local organizations, including delivering Meals on Wheels and cleaning an area at Beaverdam Park. VersAbility Resources leases the front portion of the new building to Kelsick Specialty Market and enjoys a strong partnership with this thriving business.
Take a look at these services our employees with disabilities are able to provide businesses in a cost savings manner: