CentrePoint Support Living, is very proud of the growing staff of knowledgeable, talented, educated professionals who contribute to the well-being of our clients. Our clinical and direct services staff are comprised of licensed and qualified behavioral and mental health professionals. Our counselors and therapist are supervised and directed by a experienced clinical director.
We are always looking for new staff members, that have the compassion and professional capacity to serve the needs of our varied client populations. Professional members of our staff can choose to work either full time or part-time with our special needs clients that are intellectually and developmentally disabled.
President and Chief Executive Officer
As the founder and visionary of CentrePoint Support Living. Mr Williams brings more than 40 years of business experience to the agency from investment management, technologies and non-profit executive management. Mr. Williams as a social business entrepreneur is also the Founder of Nehemiah Global Foundation, that is a Colorado State Licensee as a Child Placement Agency (CPA) for foster care and adoption services. We are excited to make a difference in the lives of children, youth in the child welfare system and special needs populations.
Director of Workforce Development
Over the past 12 years Steve has sought, discovered, and replicated many best practices for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) like Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). He connects directly with educators like the folks at Exceptional Minds, founders and entrepreneurs like Steve Bigari of SYNQ3, Thorkil Sonne (Specialisterne), Tom D’Eri (Rising Tide Car Wash) and implementers like Jose Velasco (SAP Autism at Work) and Phil McKinney(HP/Cable Labs) to name a few. In Colorado Steve has helped build a true “Spectrum” of employment for IDD individuals including those with ASD. Everything from jobs at local thrift stores, a car wash, a coffee company, a craft brewery and Pizza Restaurant, electronics recycling company, on up to high tech positions with leading tech companies like Google and Sketchup.
He has forged relationships with private sector diversity leaders like Randy Lewis (Walgreens), and leading disability advocates like Temple Grandin (CSU) building towards services that leave silos behind.
Steve builds bridges within the community and with employers to increase awareness of and work on dismantling barriers to employment for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities including Autism. He coaches groups and individuals with job seeking skills and works one on one with individuals with disabilities to navigate the job search, application, interview, and post-employment process.
Steve has organized several events to raise awareness with Former HP CTO Phil McKinney under his Non-profit HackingAutism including leading a Neurodiversity in the Workplace meetup at SXSW in 2018.- To reach Steve please do so at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-757-8586