Comfortable homes in local neighborhoods for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health needs who receive assistance from the DC Department of Disability Services (DDS) or Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) including:
- Community-based rehabilitation care: Supportive care in the community for adults with mental health needs receiving assistance from the Division Behavioral Health (DBH) that may need long-term assistance with recovery including safe, transitions from the hospital. Staff support health and wellbeing through nursing care, making doctors appointments and navigating the community.
- Long-term residential care: Loving and supportive long-term care, in an apartment or house, for adults with an intellectual/developmental disability receiving assistance from the Department of Disability Services (DDS). Maintaining independence, staff attend to medical, behavioral and social needs by assisting with medication administration, grocery shopping and doctor’s appointments.