United Way | Housing for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
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Housing for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

FROM FIRST HOME TO FOREVER COMMUNITIES IN INDEPENDENT AND GROUP SETTINGS

Our residents with autism and other neurodiversities enjoy the comforts of home in locations that are within walking distance to town centers for convenient shopping and entertainment. More than just a nice, safe place to live, our homes are designed to foster friendships and community with common spaces to encourage interaction and fun.

Housing

Independent Living

Providing affordable purpose-built housing with one and two-bedroom apartments for adults with neurodiversity or developmental disabilities who can live in an unsupervised apartment as part of a community that also has an associated group home.

Group Homes

Group settings with private bedrooms that foster independence, responsibility, and friendships, combined with tailored levels of 24/7 support services in all our homes, meet the specific needs of a wide array of adults with intellectual, developmental and/or physical disabilities.

Support & Accessibility

From independent living to group homes with tailored levels of support services, all our housing meets the specific needs of a wide array of adults with intellectual, developmental, and/or physical disabilities.

Community Life

Activities in and outside the community bring residents together such as movie nights, game nights, excursions to parks, shows and sporting events. Classes range from cooking and yoga to dating and dancing.