Housing Options for Adults with Special Needs Fifty years ago, most people with even moderate special needs were institutionalized throughout their adult lives. Now, thanks in part to societal changes and decades of litigation, most people with special needs, including those with very severe special needs, live in some type of community setting. The 30 member facilities of the American Residential Treatment Association are dedicated to providing extraordinary care to adults with mental illness. We’re also dedicated to helping you find the residential treatment facility that provides the optimal setting in which an adult with psychiatric illness can restore his or her mental health.
Residential Program The residential program at Valley Village provides 24-hour residential care for developmentally disabled adults in the San Fernando Valley. The residences are family-style housing where clients live as a family with care providers and are integrated into the community. The Valley Village Residential Program functions continuously throughout the year. Assisted Living for Physically Challenged/Disabled Young Adults. Independent living for a disabled young adult offers room and board, housing, transportation and the use of a personal assistant. There is a variety of housing to choose from when considering assisted living options.
Through our Adult Residential Program and its many options, we provide people with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities the home and support they need to fully realize that hope. For decades, Bancroft has been a leader in offering a variety of residential options in . New Horizons Un-Limited provides information on community living options, including group homes and supported living programs to the disabled community, their families and caregivers. Adult Programs: Art Therapy Program and Horticulture Therapy Program Adult Residential Services: Blanford House, Donita House, Harper House, Ireland House.