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Incompass Michigan is your trusted resource for getting connected and staying informed.
As an association, we value each member individually and remain dedicated to empowering our members to achieve their mission. We are agile, dynamic, and focused on helping you successfully navigate the future.
Incompass Michigan holds quarterly policy workgroup meetings on Behavioral Health and Vocational Rehabilitation, as well as bi-weekly All Member calls. Incompass Michigan’s online Communities of Practice provide additional opportunities for members to discuss hot topics, advice, feedback, collaboration and best practices in several focus areas.
Through the distinguished, Lansing-based lobbying firm of MHSA, the Association works with the legislative and executive branches of state government. Incompass Michigan advocates for legislation and policies that increase opportunities for optimal independence and inclusion for all. Incompass Michigan meets frequently with officials from the Department of Health and Human Services to promote the services provided by its members. Incompass Michigan also provides training and resources for members to develop their grass roots lobbying skills.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION
Incompass Michigan provides a variety of education and training sessions addressing current trends and practices in the field of rehabilitation. Recent topics have included Job Development & Coaching, Benefits Planning and Coordination, Micro-Enterprise Development, CARF Standards, and Wage & Hour Compliance. The Association holds an annual Spring Leadership Conference and is the co-sponsor and manager of re:con – the convention of new beginnings.
The Incompass Michigan Update provides members with critical information on issues affecting their organizations – including legislation and policies, grants, seminars, meetings, employment opportunities and more. The Update is sent via e-mail to Incompass Michigan members on a weekly basis.
Incompass Michigan is committed to, and invested in, the development of future leaders with high potential to positively impact future industry growth and success. Click here to learn more about our leadership development programs.
Incompass Michigan administers a self-funded, group Workers’ Compensation Fund. In operation since 1988, it has saved members millions of dollars in premium costs for worker comp coverage.
Incompass Michigan staff provide safety trainings for organizations working with individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Topics include: Bloodborne Pathogens, Ergonomics, Job Safety Analysis, Safety Committee Activities, Right to Know as well as others. This service is free to Incompass Michigan members.
Technical Assistance is usually only a phone call away. Incompass Michigan staff have a wealth of professional experience in the areas of direct service provision, public policy formulation, program administration, occupational health and safety and legislative advocacy.
Become an Organizational Member
We welcome the opportunity to visit with you about becoming part of Incompass Michigan , a valuable network of organizations and the only association of its kind in Michigan. Incompass Michigan Organizational Membership is open to organizations that provide one or more service promoting community access and inclusion that are committed to diversity, optimal independence and engagement in the community to enhance the quality and fullness of life for people with disabilities and other barriers. Click here to learn more about Organizational Membership.
Become an Associate Member
Incompass Michigan Associate Membership is open to organizations and individuals who do not provide direct services and who wish to support the work of the Association, and whose objectives are consistent with the Association’s. Associate Members are non-voting categories of membership.
Associate Members benefit from engaging with our Organizational Members in various ways, click here to view Associate Member Opportunities.
Become a VR Member
Incompass Michigan Associate Membership for VR Employees is open to individuals who are currently employed by Michigan Rehabilitation Services or Michigan Bureau of Services for Blind Persons. Associate Members are non-voting categories of membership. Click here to learn more about VR Membership.