Supported Community Living (SCL) provides people with disabilities the opportunity to live as independently as possible in the community. Service includes support with safety, housekeeping, finances, communication, employment, socialization, transportation and wellness.
Hourly Supported Community Living serves children and adults from just a few hours per month up eight hours per day. This goal-focused program maintains the independence clients currently have while working toward greater independence. Clients access the community in new and exciting ways by utilizing public transportation, grocery shopping, working out and forming meaningful relationships with peers.
Twenty-Four Hour Supported Community Living serves adults who require eight or more hours of service per day. Service is provided in the place of residence and the community, where clients learn independent living skills such as household maintenance, meal planning, budgeting and socialization—all while working toward the goal of greater independence.