Floyd Training & Service Center

Floyd Training & Service Center

The Floyd Training & Service Center provides services for adults, over the age of 21 with a diagnosis of developmental disabilities. Here clients develop skills that will lead them to greater self-sufficiency in their homes and in their community.

At a glance

Organizational Culture and Vision

Floyd Training & Service Center’s mission is to provide quality supports in a manner necessary for each individual to become independent, self-determining, and integrated into the community. 

Their goals over the next year is to expand their reach in the community and build new relationships with local businesses for job development strategies.


The Center aspires to tackle the stigma associated with developmental disabilities by getting people to volunteer, offer employment, and advocating for their clients. 


“Our vision is for every individual who receives our services leads a quality life with dignity and respect”– Executive Director, Jacob Allmon


Community Access Group/ Community Access Individual: In a group setting, the individuals will learn skills to make them more independent in the community while still integrating. Building abilities such as social skills, community connections, volunteering, life skills, etc with one on one support is also offered.

Supported Employment: This program aims to identify, train, and support individuals with developmental disabilities in finding and maintaining employment. With training and support provided by Center staff, individuals have been able to live independently because of their newfound employment.