- Community Training Homes II (CTH II)
CTH II offer individuals the opportunity to live in a homelike environment under the supervision of qualified and trained caregivers. Personalized care, supervision and individualized training are provided for no more than four individuals living in a home.The homes resemble single-family homes in local neighborhoods.
Intermediate Care Facilities/Individual with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID)
ICF/IID residences are for people who require maximum support for their higher level of need. They provide 24-hour care, supervision, training, recreation and other activities are provided in this structured environment. The homes resemble single-family homes in local neighborhoods.
- Case Management is a collaborative process involving comprehensive assessment, planning, referral and linkage, and monitoring and follow-up. Our Agency has knowledgeable and caring staff dedicated to providing quality services to those who are priviledged to serve.
Early Intervention Services provide in home, hands on instruction and consultation for families of children with developmental delays or who are at risk of developmental delays. Early Intervention has been effective in increasing developmental and educational gains for children.
Family Support Services are available for families to care for their family member at home and who cannot afford the cost of their family member’s need. In addition, Respite Services provide temporary care to individuals, allowing families or caregivers to handle emergencies and personal situations or take a break. Respite may be provided in the individual/family home, a qualified caregiver's home, regional center or other location.