Our mission is to support, advocate, and empower adults with cognitive challenges, promoting quality of life, personal growth, and independence so that individuals have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Our Support Services
DDMH (Mental Health Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities)
Our team provides a range of services for individuals older than 14 years of age who have a developmental disability, mental illness, or behavior problem that impacts their quality of life.
We work alongside individuals, their families, caregivers, and community, to ensure that individual needs are being met so that they are able to move forward with their lives.
Supportive Living Outreach
Our supported living outreach program supports individuals living independently within a community, ensuring basic needs are met, and they’re having a successful independent life.
HBCI - Home-Based
This program supports adult individuals who live independently to access the community with minimal support.
Acquired Brain Injury.
Our team works alongside adults living with family, or living in their own home, who have an acquired brain injury to have a higher quality of life through helping independent living skills, supported work, community access, and psycho-social skills development.
CARE Programs (low barrier)
Care is an acronym that we use in our programs to describe the key components of our support. CARE stands for Community, Advocate, Reduces Risk, and Educate.
Our team supports adults living independently to have a balanced life. This model is designed to assist individuals who have barriers to housing and stability as a result of addictions, high-risk behavior, mental health issues, criminal justice issues.
Our self-help team works alongside adults who have a disability, helping them to have a higher quality of life through independent living skills, supported work, community access, and psycho-social skills development
Personal support initiative (PSI)
This program specifically addresses the needs of individuals diagnosed within the Autism and Fetal Alcohol spectrums. It’s designed to help individuals achieve a higher quality of life through independent living skills, supported work, community access, and psycho-social skills development.