CLA successfully matches each individual with a host home, an apartment, or a roommate situation through formal and informal interviews, background checks, and a series of visits.
We have three residential programs from which you may choose:
- The Family Caregiver Act (FCA): You may live in your own home and receive support from your family and/or paid staff.
- Host Home Families: You may live in a host home made up of a family, a couple, or single male or female. The service recipient can be the only person receiving services or there can be up to one other individual living in the home who is also receiving support services.
- Apartment Living: You may choose to live in an apartment setting by yourself or with a roommate with support from our staff.
When a good match is made, the new home supports each individual toward a more independent and fulfilling life.
CLA’s residential team is comprised of a Residential Director, Program Managers, two registered nurses, a Day Program Director, an Intake Coordinator, and Direct Support Service staff. All team members have extensive experience in working with adults with developmental disabilities and have received special training for their area of expertise.