Contact Us: : Phone : 801-217-3273 | Toll Free : 855-453-8472

About Us

Meet our Team of Specialists

Intersect Services is owned differently than similar companies in the area, so our longevity gives you a unique experience. We formed as an Independent Support Coordination company in 2010, with Debbie Pearson, Carol Griggs, and Kimberly LeRoux. A month later, Shonna Smiley came on board from the home health care field and we’ve earned several community service awards in the process. The four of us all worked for the Division of Services for People with Disabilities before forming Intersect Services, giving us over 100 years of experience in this field.

Our Process

We limit the number of cases between our team members, which means more individualized attention for you. After receiving a waiver from the state saying you qualify for disabilities, Intersect coordinates with various agencies to determine the right services for you or your family member. Then we work towards getting the services implemented for you. Afterwards, we continually check in with you, answering any questions or making adjustments as needed.

Lifelong Holistic Approach

We ensure you or your family are able to make the most of your benefits and get the services you need.

Experienced Team

Our experienced team allows us to take on smaller caseloads, giving you true, individualized attention.

Available Throughout Utah

While we have an office based in Clearfield, Utah, we are a mobile company with services available to help you throughout the state of Utah.

Help for Many Services

We help you through many areas of service such as support coordination, disability services, transitions, employment, aging, and bereavement.

What Does It Mean?

ABISC

Acquired Brain Injury Support Coordinator

Additional certification is needed in order to oversee brain injury cases.

DCFS

Department of Children and Family Services

SSW

Social Services Worker

This is a license for social workers, however not all of us have it, especially those of us that have psychology, human resources, or education disciplines.

QIDP

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional

This certification is nationally recognized and requires at least one year of experience in the field and a bachelor’s degree in a field related to the human condition.

Awards

Ila Marie Goodey Award in 2016 – awarded to Kimberly LeRoux

Community Social Club “Lorilynn Brandon Spirit of Service” Award in 2016

Received Blue Ribbon award for employees from DSPD for our ABI work