Integrated Resources is a private, nonprofit corporation that is chartered by the State of West Virginia. It has been in operation since June of 1966 and is widely recognized as one of the premier service providers to the people of southern West Virginia.

The objectives of Integrated Resources is to assess the needs of individuals with mental and physical disabilities and provide them with appropriate vocational training. Focus is a place on basic principles of employment, such as punctuality, absenteeism, employer expectations, and peer interactions.

Integrated Resources now provide several types of programs to help the developmentally disabled and elderly populations throughout the state.

Headquarters for Integrated Resources is the Elizabeth Williams Complex which house the Billy Wayne Bailey, Sr. Building and the House of Wonder where participants earn real wages for performing real work in realistic industry settings.