Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is Tomorrow's Corner?
A: We are a PROVIDER, certified by the State of Ohio, to provide Adult Day Support, Day Habilitation, Vocational Habilitation, Supported Employment-Community, and Non-Medical Transportation. The primary service we provide is ADULT DAY SUPPORT. This means that we provide services, separate from any home a person resides in, focused on non-work activities that include 5 components: assessment, personal care, skill reinforcement, training in self-determination, and recreation and leisure.
Q: What are our commitments?
A: We have built and are committed to maintaining a POSITIVE CULTURE. Our positive culture is designed to be warm and caring, fun and engaging, respectful of abilities and potential, and dedicated to keeping people healthy and safe. We want people to ENJOY what they hear, feel, and see at Tomorrow's Corner.
Q: How can you find us?
A: Tomorrow's Corner is situated in the Fox-Commerce Park in Belmont County, Ohio. Our physical location is 66730 Pogue Road, Saint Clairsville, Ohio.
Q: What does someone do if they are interested in attending Tomorrow's Corner?
A: Someone interested in attending Tomorrow's Corner should first contact his County Board of Developmental Disabilities and request assistance with choosing an adult services provider. The County Board assigns a service and support administrator, determines eligibility for services, and makes a referral to Tomorrow's Corner.
Q: What are the hours?
A: Tomorrow's Corner is open five days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Q: How do we plan our services?
A: We will keep responding to changing needs by LISTENING to what our members and families want in the way of services. We'll keep a very strong focus on Adult Day Support, and we'll include supported employment opportunities on a very limited basis.
Q: Who pays for services at Tomorrow's Corner?
A: Tomorrow's Corner bills Medicaid, other providers, local funding sources for non-waiver individuals, schools, and families.
Please note: Services and payment for services are primarily authorized, and partially funded by, the Belmont County Board of Developmental Disabilities (unless a person lives in a neighboring county and that particular county authorizes services and payment).
Q: What does someone do if they are interested in working at Tomorrow's Corner?
A: First, understand that we deliver unique services that continuously change in response to our members' choices. Since we change a lot, you have to be willing to adapt quickly to our changes, to provide stimulating and energetic environments, to support people regardless of their means of communication or diagnosis they have been labeled with, to operate in a team concept, to be willing to try new things and share those new concepts and activities with the people we care about, and to truly care for our members. If you think you can meet these expectations and others we place on you, visit our JOIN OUR TEAM section for a copy of our employment application.