Who We Serve

We provide services for adults with developmental disabilities.  This is defined as:

A severe, chronic disability which is attributable to a mental and/or physical impairment; is manifested before the person attains age 22, unless the disability is caused by traumatic head injury (and is manifested after age 22); is likely to continue indefinitely; and results in substantial functional limitations in three or more of the following areas of major life activity: self-care, receptive understanding, expressive language learning, mobility, self-direction (motivation), the capacity for independent living and economic self-sufficiency; which reflects the person’s need for a combination or sequence of special interdisciplinary services which are of a lifelong or extended duration and are individually planned and coordinated; or when applied to children from birth through four years of age, may be evidenced as a developmental delay.

Service We Provide

Residential Services:
Eight intellectually disabled adult group homes for men and women with a total capacity of 36 clients.

Day Supports:
We  have several clients that hold jobs at local businesses, many clients that attend Chatham Trades, a local workshop for sheltered employees  and still  others may spend their day doing leisure activities at our day center.

Residential Supports:
Provides trained, one-on-one workers to assist clients with daily living skills that would otherwise be in danger of institutionalization.

Home and Community Supports:
Enables an individual to acquire, retain and improve skills that will support him/her in functioning with greater independence in the home and community.