Dedicated to meeting the unique needs of people with disabilities, BFAIR incorporated in 1994 when the agency opened its first residential home for people with developmental disabilities.
Serving nearly 600 residents of our communities and 350 staff the agency is a significant local employer. BFAIR is a Member agency of the Northern Berkshire United Way and the Williamstown Community Chest.
Offers employment, training and job placement services for adults and students with disabilities.
Offers community living support services for adults with disabilities as well as outreach services to families.
Adult Family Care Program/ Shared Living
These programs offer people with medical, physical and/or intellectual disabilities in-home supports provided by a family member or qualified caregiver.
Family & Individual Support Services
Providing support to individuals and families in the Berkshire County community.
BFAIR Bottle & Can Redemption Center
BFAIR owns and operates a bottle and can redemption center located in North Adams which provides employment and vocational training services for adults with disabilities
In total BFAIR operates over ten residential homes for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism and ABI. BFAIR offers residences for adults with acquired brain injuries (ABI) previously residing in nursing homes. Homes are located both in Berkshire County and in the Pioneer Valley.
Our Clinical Department offers supports for the agency’s day and residential services using the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).
The BFAIR WAY:
We are a national and state accredited human service agency responsive to the unique needs of people with disabilities and their families through:
- A Dedication to Excellence
- Fiscal Responsibility
- Diverse Service Options
- Community Partnerships
- Safe and Healthy Environments
- Career Opportunities and Advancement
These are our guiding principles. We strive to be the Berkshire’s premier service provider for persons with cognitive disabilities, autism and acquired brain injuries. It’s in our DNA and we constantly look for new ways to be the best at serving members of our community.