Residential Group Homes for Individuals with an Intellectual Disability
Lifesharing through Family Living
How it works: Individualized goals are developed for each person in a Lifesharing family setting. Recreational, educational and social opportunities that the individual shows an interest in are explored and made available. Individuals with Behavioral Health or Intellectual Disabilities live with a Lifesharing family and may work, attend a vocational training program, senior or school program.
If you’re interested in sharing your home, and building a permanent relationship….
Independent Living with Supports
Individuals with intellectual disabilities may live independently in their own home, but need supports for things such as doctors visits, grocery shopping, or guidance with everyday living skills and reaching their goals. Our experience habilitation and companion service providers are there to provide the support needed to keep these individuals living independently in our community as productive citizens.
For more information on our Supportive Living Services, please contact Helene Ramirez at (570) 213-4332, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org