Daybreak has been in business for almost 40 years. Daybreak offers a full array of home and community-based services (HCS) including residential group homes, host home/companion care, ICF homes, and supported home living. Daybreak also operates several day habilitation sites around the state.
We believe in recruiting, training and developing the best people to support the individuals we serve; enabling them with tools and technology to provide individualized supports.
We care deeply about the people we serve and strive to serve their unique goals and dreams.
We work with integrity, accountability, transparency, and compassion in everything we do, because we understand those we serve have a choice in providers.
Our goal at Daybreak is to ensure that individuals supported through Daybreak services have the opportunities they choose and cherish. Daybreak's focus is on supporting people in their quest for personal growth, while staying "out of their way" so that ultimately they are able to live "their way".
Mark came to Caregiver with over twenty years of healthcare and leadership experience, most recently as a Division President for Rural/Metro, the nation’s second largest ambulance company until it was acquired by American Medical Response. Prior to Rural/Metro, Mark was a Vice President with Aramark Healthcare, where he led a region that provided multiple support and technology services to over sixty (60) hospitals throughout the Southeast US and Virgin Islands.