An apartment or house is more than just a place to live. It is a safe-haven and a place of both rest and enjoyment with friends and family. At times, people cannot live alone or with family due to medical or behavioral needs. We provide safe, comfortable apartments and houses designed for the unique needs of those living in them; for example, we have homes for adults who use wheelchairs and need assistance with daily living. Our residential programs for adults with Intellectual, Developmental and Behavioral Health needs are supported by the Department of Disability Services (DDS) and the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH). Our residential programs include a host of additional services such as nursing, dietetics, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral support and transportation.
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