Our mission is to promote a meaningful life by individually meeting the physical, intellectual, and social needs of each person we serve.
Crossbridge is a Residential Habilitation (Res Hab) Provider for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. We support individuals on Hourly, High, and Intense support plans. Please visit DHS’s Services and Eligibility page for information on eligibility and how to apply for Support Services in Idaho.
We’re looking for dedicated people to join our team as Residential Habilitation Aides.
Crossbridge provides services to clients 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Residential Habilitation Aides are regularly offered a variety of full- and part-time shifts. Please contact us for a complete listing of open shifts.
- DAY SHIFT is generally from 7am to 3pm
- SWING SHIFT is from 3pm until 11pm
- NIGHT SHIFT is from 11pm to 7am
- ON CALL hours vary
Applicants must be able to pass a drug test and criminal background check, be 18 years or older, and have a valid driver’s license for at least two years.
STARTING WAGE for Residential Habilitation Aides with no experience is $10.00 per hour, $11.00 per hour with two or more years of verifiable experience working with developmental disabilities.
MEDICAL INSURANCE is available for full-time (30 hours per week) employees after two months of employment.
Download the detailed job description for more information about this position. To apply, download and complete the application. Please email your résumé and/or completed application to email@example.com.
Our Amazing Team
Our Direct Support Professionals are the people who make each day possible at Crossbridge. As our front line of support, our DSPs provide individualized support for each person we serve, including administering medication, cooking, driving to appointments, money management, and positive behavior support. Our staff is encouraged to get out of the house and be a part of the community. Each staff member receives around 40 hours of classroom-style and on-the-floor training, as well as certifications in CPR/First Aid, Mandt, and Medication Administration.
Do you have questions? Send us a message or call to talk with our friendly staff. We would love to speak with you!
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have questions about our services or placement, are interested in joining the Crossbridge team, or would just like learn more about how we help individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities live meaningful lives.
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