Jan 11, · The Administration for Community Living was created around the fundamental principle that older adults and people of all ages with disabilities should be able to live where they choose, with the people they choose, and with the ability to participate fully in their communities. A range of independent living services are available to anyone that needs assistance maintaining capacity within their own home. If you or your loved one needs help, contact the Adult Services unit at your local county Department of Human Services office.
New Directions is a state of the art multidisciplinary clinical program for typical young adults and young adults with special needs. We provide the tools to enable independent living for young adults, often other methods of treatment don’t provide practical resources to facilitate young adult transitional living into an independent lifestyle. Adult Residential Programs Roundup Fellowship has a continuum of care for adults who have a developmental disability. We have three residential programs in Denver, Colorado.
The Adult Supported Living (ASL) Program provides ongoing services for adults to live independently in the community. The program is designed to support people living with severe physical disabilities in combination with a secondary disability. MRC contracts with agencies statewide to provide case coordination. The Senior Adult Independent Living (SAIL) program provides intake and case managed services to adults 60 years of age or older, and adults of all ages with physical disabilities. The purpose of the program is to help individuals remain in their own home for as long as possible by providing needed assistance with daily living activities.
Program Description Adult Family Living (AFL)—also known as Caregiver Homes of Connecticut—is a program that helps frail elderly individuals to remain living in private homes instead of moving into assisted living communities or nursing homes. The Chafee Foster Care Independence Act of increased support to youth in foster care preparing for the transition to adult living. Our programs provides services to help youth get an education, receive vocational services, find employment, access medical services, obtain housing, and establish relationships that improve outcomes in the.
Supported Adult Living Teams (SALT) The SALT program provides a variety of flexible services to individuals with serious mental illness in their own rent-subsidized apartments.