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Watkins and his job coach working at Special Fleet Harrisonburg

Watkins and his job coach are hard at work at Special Fleet Harrisonburg.



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Day Support Services

Pleasant View Inc. provides Day Support Services to assist individuals ages 18 and older in reaching his or her own goals.
Click here to view Day Support Services Pamphlet.

Group Day Support Servicesare provided in our Harrisonburg Day Program. Activities focused on weekly themes are planned with varied site-based fun and community outings.  We are currently providing these services for individuals we serve in our residential programs. (Pleasant View has been providing group day support services since June 1979)

Community Engagement(started 2018) services provide individuals who have disabilities opportunities to build naturally supportive relationships with people who live, work, and/or volunteer in their local areas. Through a ratio of one staff member to three individuals (1:3), we provide each person a chance to access and participate in typical day-to-day activities the general population encounters on a regular basis. As individuals develop natural relationships with their community members, they become more confident in how they relate with others.

Supported Employment (started in 1998) has an operating principal that all individuals who have disabilities have the ability and desire to work competitively given the right supports. Our job coaches help individuals with job development, employment planning, and employment supports. Using the Individual Support model, a job coach provides one-to-one support to a worker in an employment position until support can be decreased gradually as the worker becomes more proficient.


CARF accredited since 2002 in
Community Employment Services: Employment Supports,
Community Employment Services:Job Development and Employment Planning.


If you are friends with an individual who lives at Pleasant View and want to invite them to dinner, the movies, or any other activity, you can pick up the phone and call them. You don't have to be a volunteer to be a friend.

Volunteering: Are you interested in volunteering your time, building relationships, and sharing your gifts with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities?

  • Click here to fill out our volunteer application.
  • You will also need to get a TB test (required for volunteers who make more than one visit in our programs) and give us proof of your test and results.
  • Turn in your application and test results in-person at 151 Commerce Drive Harrisonburg, VA 22802 or email to
  • After reviewing your application, you will be called to discuss goals and schedule.

Please email Pam Miller at or call 540-433-8960 with any questions.



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Virginia Mennonite Conference
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