Our goal at Community Services is to empower the people we serve to live the most independent lives possible. We offer a wide range of programs that are tailored to the specific needs of the people we support to help them achieve their goals.
Our Day Services consist of several different programs including Community Habilitation, Certified Day Habilitation, and Community Based Day Habilitation.
Helping the people we support develop work skills and connecting them with competitive employment opportunities is a key focus at Community Services.
Self-Directed Services give people the opportunity to make important decisions about their staff and their services.
Project C.O.A.C.H. provides telephone counseling, referral, outreach and intervention/prevention to people and their families in the community.
Family Reimbursement Program
The Family Reimbursement Program (FRP) assists with expenses faced by families caring for a person with developmental disabilities.
Rep Payee Services
Our Rep Payee programs helps people build their financial skills with the goal of financial independence.
Rental and Transitional Subsidies
Rental and Transitional Subsidies assist adults with developmental disabilities to become more independent in the community.
Our Transportation Service is available to families when no other transportation option exists.
Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI)
ATI (Alternatives to Incarceration) is a Department of Criminal Justice Services program.
Our Adult Health Homes and ATI are designed to help families and individuals both in the community and in the home.
The Habilitation Services Department will provide home and community based skills or self-development training services to children and adults who are exhibiting deficits in independent living care skills.
Intensive Supports is a program that works to provide families with relief services.
Our Behavioral Services consist of our Behavior Intervention Program and our Intensive Behavioral Services.