How it Works
Once the individual and family have decided that the individual would like to move into a group home, they tour our available homes, searching for the setting that would be the best fit for their loved one. Every individual has their own room, and each home has its own vehicle to ensure that individuals have transportation to day programs, as well as the ability to shop and go on outings.
Individuals may go home for visits or go on vacation. Holidays are celebrated and individuals are offered the opportunity to attend special events.
Before the official move-in, individuals may visit with their potential roommates, and in some instances even spend the night.
This can be a stressful time, but it’s also a time for celebration. We strive, through the visits and familiarization, to ease the stress of transition and focus on the joy of this new experience for your loved one.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the qualifications of your staff?
CCC requires that all staff members have at least six months’ prior experience caring for individuals with disabilities. Staff training is an ongoing and a continuous process. This training includes a yearly minimum of sixteen hours covering everything from human rights to the identification of abuse.
Each staff member is certified in CPR, First Aid, and Crisis Prevention and Intervention. They must also pass a federal background check, DMV background check, a yearly physical, and TB Test.
Do you have an affiliate program?
Yes, we offer the following programs:
Community Living Support (CLS) – (Colloquially referred to as Home Health Care)
Community Residential Arrangement (CRA)
Community Access Group (CAG) – Day Center
Community Access Individual (CAI)
Supported Employment Individual (SEI)