• Programa de Apoyo Familiar
• Programa de reembolso a familias
• Programa Libre de Gluteína y Caseína
• Alternativos de Residencias para Individuos
• Coordinación de Servicios de Medicaid
• Vivienda de Asistencia Individualizada (IRA)
• Servicios de Apoyo Individual
• Programa de Cuidado Familiar
• Programa de Habilitación durante el día
• Programa de Apoyo en el empleo
• Servicios Pre-Vocacionales (Fashion Works)
214 Clifford Avenue
Rochester, NY 14621
Phone: (585) 544-7064
Fax: (585) 442-0683
The division provides residential alternative housing, advocacy, job coaching, pre-vocational services and day habilitation for people with developmental disabilities. Services provided include 24-hour staffing
and onsite nursing services.
Program teaches adults with developmental disabilities life skills so they can integrate into society.
Provides and facilitates a family living environment for developmentally disabled individuals. It assists them with their basic needs which helps them increase their independence.
The program’s goal is to provide full access to employment through the provision of individual
support services for people who have historically been excluded from employment or unable to maintain a job. It identifies prospective employers, assesses client’s job skill level, places clients based on skill level, develops the necessary skills to maintain placement and monitors placement
by visiting the client at his place of employment.
Designed to ensure that developmentally disabled individuals remain at home within the family environment and ensures participation in available programs. Includes advocacy, referral, follow-up, support groups and educational workshops.
Links developmentally disabled individuals and their families with services and programs available in the area to help with their specific disability.
Address the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities with a complete continuum of residential care and support. Each individual receives an appropriate level of supervision and Individualize habilitation service plan supporting skill development, increase independence and greater participation in community life.
Program helps developmentally disabled individuals that live alone cope with day-to-day life requirements.
Services are provided within the person’s current living environment and in various community locations. We serve both adults and teenagers. Our services are based on identified goals of the individuals and their families. We promote: hygiene, self care, meal planning, meal preparation, comparison shopping, household management, reading, writing skills, money management, community inclusion, social skills, and fire evacuation. We currently offer bilingual services (English and Spanish). We tailor our services to meet the culturally sensitive needs of the Latino community.