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    It's more than just a place to live.

    EnCircle is a leader at providing developmental disability services in Virginia with Family Care Providers located in all regions of the state. We are proud of the relationships we have built over the years with our Family Care Providers and the programs we offer to adults with disabilities.

It's more than just a place to live.

EnCircle is a leader at providing developmental disability services in Virginia with Family Care Providers located in all regions of the state. We are proud of the relationships we have built over the years with our Family Care Providers and the programs we offer to adults with disabilities.

People with Disabilities

See our available homes

We wanted to highlight some of the exceptional opportunities we offer throughout the state. Whether you’re a family member just starting your research on what services are out there, a Community Service Board employee looking at options for a person you support, or maybe you're just planning for the future and would like to see what enCircle is all about, this is the page for you! We have provided a photographic tour and bios so you can get to know a little more about our Providers who have current vacancies in their homes. This content changes often, so if you are interested in a vacancy or would like to find out more, please contact Luke Lemon, Assistant Director of Program Development, at (804) 898-4872 or llemon@encircleall.org. We thank you for visiting and for considering enCircle!

Farm style house with front porch at dusk. Porch lights are on and green wreaths with red ribbons hang on the windwos.

Giles Home (Danville Region)

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Provider experience: 17 years working with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities - worked at Central VA Training Center for 10 years.

Specialized training: Provider has worked with individuals with autism for 13 years.

A little about the provider: Enjoys staying active in the community. Shopping, restaurants, traveling. Prefers to attend church services on Sundays. While at home enjoys watching movies, listening to music and reading.

Other people living in the home: One (1) other individual is currently being served at this location.

Modifications: This provider has set up the basement as a mini apartment.

Brown brick split level home with a two car garage

Stokes Home (Martinsville)

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Provider experience: Lorrie W. Stokes has worked in the childcare field providing care for children, as well as being a foster parent for over 24 years. In this field, she has worked with children with intellectual disabilities.

Specialized training: Lorrie holds Associate Degrees in Human Services, Business Management, and Early Childhood Education. She has training in CPR/First Aid, Safety Care, Medications, and more.

A little about the provider: Lorrie lives in her home with her goddaughter

Other people living in the home: One (1) other person is currently being served at this location. He is a 21-year-old male who is quiet and enjoys playing video games.

Modifications: The home is equipped for two clients, each client having their own bedroom, private space, and other rooms in the home that are designed for leisure and privacy.

An end unit tan town home with a one car garage

Lane Home (Culpeper)

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Provider experience: Myra, Matthias, and Hugh Lane have a plethora of knowledge that includes years of experience in providing support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They have work experience, training, and personal experience.

Specialized training: Myra holds a degree in Human Relations which encompasses two disciplines, Psychology and Sociology, and provided support at facilities and homes. Matthias currently works at a facility that serves youth with various challenges.

A little about the provider: Located in the town of Culpeper, their home is located within walking distance from downtown, Yowell Meadow Park and Lake Pellham. The Lanes love to travel near and far. They love visiting their family in South Carolina, North Carolina, and their son, Michael Allen, who is in the United States army. They anticipate the moment when they can welcome a new member into our home where respect and dignity are a way of life.

Other people living in the home: There are currently no other individuals being served in the home.

Modifications: No modifications— three-level home with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.

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