Bellwether Behavioral Health programs provide services and supports for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults from Virginia in residential and day community settings. Each program is state-licensed and provides intensive treatment for individuals with challenging behaviors as well as supports for those with significant adaptive needs.
Our program focuses both on functional enhancement and behavioral improvement to ensure individuals gain the skills essential for
independent living and the provision of varied, daily opportunities to ensure our individuals are able to pursue their interests, enjoy their hobbies and jobs and develop a social support network in the community.
Fairfax, VA 22031
We provide residential habilitative services to people with disability in Northern Virginia.
Springfield, VA 22150
Mission:Helping persons with disabilities to find happiness in their own homes, in their personal relationships, and as contributing members of their community.
We are distinctive for: Our dedication to individual supports planned one person at a time, Our tenacity in helping persons with challenges to find success, Our commitment to remain abreast of best practice, Our staunch belief that no one with disabilities need live in an institution.
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Compassionate Care Group Homes, LLC is an organization that was established in the commonwealth of Virginia in 2014 and was licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services in 2016. We provide and independent residential disabilities.
Our main goal is to provide a safe and secure environment for our clients. We want to provide them the support that they need in order for them to continue being productive members of the society.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
What makes us stand out from competitors is our attractive setting which provides stress-free environment that promotes personal growth with respect to a person’s dignity. The program is individualized for each resident and enhances their quality of life while nurturing their every aspect.
In order to properly assist you, we provide a range of services just to address your needs. Here are some of the services that we offer.
-24-Hour Supervision with secured Monitoring
– Therapeutic Recreation and Leisures Activities
-Medical and Health Supports
– IN-Home Support
– Companion services
-Personal Assistance Services
– Community Outreach
SERVICE AREAS COVERED
The ERC is a civil rights organization that identifies and seeks to eliminate unlawful and unfair discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations in its home community of Greater Washington DC and Nationwide.
Guardian Residential Services is a Medicaid Waiver program incorporated in Virginia to provide services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the privacy of their homes, supervised facilities (apartments) and homes in natural settings.
Our vision is to help and assist individuals with developmental disabilities to live independently. Staff members provide person-centered services to individuals with a variety of daily and weekly activities, including:
• Skilled Nursing Care
• Hygiene skills
• Money management
• Grocery shopping
• Conflict resolution
• Access to community activities
• Social activities that encourage interaction
The main focus of the respite program is to provide short term, periodic care for the residents in the absence of their families or other care providers. The respite facility is typically used for traditional respite purposes, i.e. giving families a break of respite from caring for the family member with an intellectual disability; however, it may be used for short-term emergency placement also.
Respite Subsidy Program: With funding through the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, families may be eligible to receive cash subsidies to assist with the costs of hiring specially skilled ,,sitters/companions,, to care for a families member with intellectual disabilities during short absences of caregivers. Both children and adults are eligible for services. Unless otherwise noted all programs are for adults. Fees are charged based oh the ability to pay pursuant to contractual agreements with Community Services Boards. HUD supported programs require Section 8 eligibility and payment of fees.
Hartwood Fondation, Inc 3702 Pender Dr. Suite 410 Fairfax, VA 22030
JFGH is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the independence, dignity, choice, and community inclusion of individuals with disabilities, regardless of faith or creed. JFGH’s programs support more than 200 individuals in over 70 sites throughout the Washington D.C Metropolitan area. Support is provided through JFGH’s residential, transitioning youth and social programs.
Meaningful Opportunities for Successful Transitions (MOSTTM) is a one year individualized program of activities and training designed to facilitate successful transition into the adult community. The MOSTTM program serves as a portal for individuals and their families, through which they are introduced and integrated into a broad range of community resources. The MOSTTM program focuses on facilitating outcomes for participants in three domains:
Self-sufficiency — including self-help, independent living and safety skills.
Community — including social skills, transportation and recreation.
Vocation — including employment, education, vocational training and day habilitation.
Langley Residential Support Services (Langley) serves adults with intellectual disabilities, their families and our communities by providing quality, comprehensive residential and community support services that will enable these individuals to live valued, productive lives.
At LFSVA, we recruit Family Care Homes so that individuals may experience the joy, activity and independence of loving family life in their communities. We carefully screen and license qualified families throughout the state to provide services in their home to individuals with disabilities who are 18 years old or older.
We now have about 150 Family Care Homes in 25 counties! We also offer group homes, day support, and other services so that individuals with disabilities can live the fullest, most complete lives possible.