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Maryhaven Center Of Hope average salary is $47,674, median salary is $47,674 with a salary range from $47,674 to $47,674.
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Service Engineer 47,674-47,674 Massillon, OH, 44646 2010 Maryhaven Center Of Hope Service Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • Maryhaven Center Of Hope, Inc.
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Port Jefferson, NY
  • Maryhaven currently operates Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs), which offer concentrated care; Hostels, which provide moderate supervision; and Supportive Living Facilities (SLFs), which are apartment units where those who are almost capable of independent living, reside. The agency also has ten progressive residences known as Individual Residential Alternatives (IRAs). These homes allow staff to focus attention on assisting residents in achieving their goals. The Vocational program helps adults with disabilities learn the skills necessary to participate as productive members of society. Through training in the proper social skills and correct work habits, these adults develop a desire to become self-sufficient....