hope human services adult supported living

Adult Supported Living

Supported Living provides services for adults in their own homes in the community. Supports include home, health, financial and medication management. Supervision and support can be provided up to 24 hours a day, based on each individuals assessed needs. Additional supports for behavioral, therapeutic and nursing needs will be provided based on assessment. These services are contracted through the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA). We strive to keep a person-centered approach and ensure that the people we support attain exceptional life experiences. 

hope human services youth residential home

Youth ResidentialHomes

Licensed Staff Residential Homes are located in the community with up to 4 youth in each licensed home, providing full-time intensive supervision, behavior management, and 24-hour care. Program staff and management collaborate with the parents, school systems, and other providers to create a wrap-around support system. These services are contracted through the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) voluntary placement program, and licensed through Division of Licensed Resources (DLR). As with our other services, we strive to keep a person-centered approach and ensure that the people we support attain exceptional life experiences. We currently have one Youth Residential Home in Clark County, Washington. 

Crisis Diversion

Crisis Diversion provides services for individuals who are in crisis in their current placement. We provide a safe and supportive environment to help get people stabilized and out of crisis. With a sensory room, spacious living areas, and a large yard we are well equipped to provide whatever is needed to deescalate the individual who is experiencing crisis. Once the person has returned to their baseline, we are able to help them move back to a permanent placement. These services are contracted through the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA).