Community Support Services



These services are provided for individuals with disabilities to be able to live where they want and with whom they want, for as long as they want.  The services provide the ongoing support needed to live independently and safely in the community.  This support is designed for the person who lives in their own home. They are provided with ongoing assistance in medical/medication/ money management, grocery shopping, obtaining benefits and exploration of community resources, and any and all other needs. This allows individuals with disabilities to live in their community that is familiar and close to those they know and love. This service is specially tailored and is unique to an individual’s needs and abilities.


(Vocational Rehabilitation) Placement assistance through a referral process. Supported Employment is a unique employment service for individuals with the most significant disabilities who require ongoing support services to succeed in competitive employment. Supported Employment offers continuing assistance from an employment specialist to maintain long-term employment for individuals who have Assists individuals with developmental disabilities, severe and persistent mental illnesses, or other significant disabilitiesIncludes job coaching that is often provided by an employment specialist after placement on the jobMaintains support services to the worker for present and future employment needsBuilds extended, ongoing supports with agencies and partners outside of VR to assist a person in maintaining employmenpreviously been unable to succeed in traditional employment.


Phase 2 Job coaching and retention, developing natural supports, helping to understand the work culture, work ethics, industry practices, work behavior, job replacement assistance seeking, placement, and coaching.


Non-medical care, supervision, and assistance provided to a person with a developmental disability in their home or in the community. The goal is to achieve increased independence, productivity, inclusion in the community and maintain or increase their independence.

  • These services are provided at a 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 ratio and Live In 24 hours supervision.


Family relief, when guardian is not able available or able to assist provide supervision and supports for children under the age of 21.


Services for Children (Under 21) Who are Medicaid recipients.

Free services offered to children who require training and supervision in ADLs, personal care, dressing,  meal preparation and consumption and other activities of daily living when guardian is not available or able to assist.