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Community Living Arrangements/Group Homes

Group homes are a unique housing option for individuals with intellectual disabilities, providing the opportunity to live in the community with support services so they can lead independent lives and enjoy a higher quality of life. Typically, the person lives in a group home with two to six people with disabilities and shares an apartment or house. Individuals receive supportive services, including help with Activities of Daily Living, with staff available 24-hours a day, while living in a home environment.

Learn more. Please visit the Department of Developmental Services Office website to find out about community living/group homes.

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