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    Agency-owned or operated facilities that provide an alternative living environment for adults with developmental disabilities, sensory impairments, physical disabilities, emotional disabilities, multiple disabilities or chronic illnesses such as AIDS who are in need of personal services, supervision and/or assistance essential for self-protection or sustaining the activities of daily living and consequently are unable to live with their own families or in a more independent setting. Group residences for adults with disabilities may be licensed by the state and may be distinguished according to the level of service residents require. Service levels depend on the self-care skills residents possess, their limitations in the areas of physical coordination and mobility, and the presence and extent of behavior problems including disruptive or self-injurious behavior.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Housing ServicesCertified Apartment Program provides affordable housing, intensive skills training and ongoing support to individuals with a severe and persistent mental illness. The program is intended to be transitional in nature and is designed to improve an individual's community living skills level to the point where they are able to move on to a more independent housing option. The program utilizes both single and double scattered site rental units located in the City of Schenectady and has the capacity to serve 40 individuals at any given time. The level of service provided by staff varies according to the needs of each individual. SchenectadyCERTIFIED APARTMENT PROGRAMMOHAWK OPPORTUNITIES
    Housing ServicesMohawk Opportunities operates four (4) community residences which provide short-term support and housing to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. The goal of the program is to offer these individuals with the necessary support as they prepare to transition to a more permanent community living situation.SchenectadyCOMMUNITY RESIDENCE PROGRAMMOHAWK OPPORTUNITIES
    Housing ServicesDominion House is a 12 bed crisis residence which provides short term support and housing to individuals with a severe and persistent mental illness. Individuals referred to the program have experienced a crisis that has disrupted their stability in the community or are in the process of transitioning back to the community after a period of stay in a more intensive residential setting/hospital. The goal of the program is to offer these individuals a safe, stable place to stay and provide them with necessary supports as they stabilize and prepare to transition to a more permanent community living situation.SchenectadyDOMINION HOUSEMOHAWK OPPORTUNITIES
    Housing ServicesOffers housing options for individual with developmental disabilities as they gain some level of independence. A group home for those who need supervision, and continued life skills training, and supported independent apartments for those who need occasional support, as they live on their own.EssexHOUSING OPTIONSMOUNTAIN LAKE SERVICES
    Mental Health ServicesProvides a 24-hour supervised community residence in a homelike setting, for adults diagnosed with severe or persistent mental illness who have the ability to live more independent away from a hospital setting.FranklinGROUP HOMELAKESIDE HOUSE
    Residential Care ServicesOffers two levels of residential environments for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervised Living - allowing residents active involvement in daily programs, around-the-clock supervision and support to enhance and maintain independence to live, work, socialize and participate in community life. Supported Living - offer oversight, guidance and intermittent support to residents who can live on their own, or with a roommate, in the community.AlbanyGROUP HOMESCENTER FOR DISABILITY SERVICES
    Residential Care ServicesCommunity, Work, and Independence provides residential habilitation at group homes for adults with disabilities at several locations. WarrenGROUP RESIDENCES FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIESCOMMUNITY, WORK AND INDEPENDENCE
    Residential Care ServicesProvides community living options to individuals with disabilities. MontgomeryGROUP RESIDENCES FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIESNYSARC - MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHAPTER
    Residential Care ServicesOffers various housing options, based on the level of need or severity for individuals with developmental disabilities. Housing ranges from community-based group homes to independent secured settings.FranklinHOUSING OPTIONSSUNMOUNT DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICES OFFICE (DDSO)
    Residential Care ServicesIndividualized Residential Alternatives (IRA) are Schenectady ARC-operated, community based group residences for Schenectady County residents with developmental disabilities. These facilities offer all the comforts of home, including healthy meals, social outings and house vacations. Trained staff provide personalized assistance on a 24-hour, seven day-a-week basis. SchenectadyINDIVIDUALIZED RESIDENTIAL ALTERNATIVE (IRA)NYSARC - SCHENECTADY COUNTY CHAPTER
    Residential Care ServicesProvides a community-based group home for adults with developmental disabilities that looks to enhance growth and independence based on the abilities of each resident. Also offers respite care services for families or caregivers who need a few hours or a few days of relief from the daily care of a loved one.ClintonRESIDENTIAL AND RESPITE SERVICESCLINTON COUNTY CHAPTER NYSARC, INC, DBA/ADVOCACY AND RESOURCE CENTER
    Residential Care ServicesOffers a variety of living arrangements for individuals with mental illness, depending on their needs. There is community residences, apartment programs, supported housing programs and residences for those with dual diagnosis.AlbanyRESIDENTIAL CARE SERVICESREHABILITATION SUPPORT SERVICES (RSS) - ALBANY
    Residential Care ServicesSaratoga Bridges' Residential Program has 19 community-based homes, supportive apartments, and Family Care Providers that offer a variety of living arrangements. All of their homes are located in attractive, safe neighborhoods, blend into their surroundings inconspicuously and are always highly maintained. They believe a home is an essential part of a person's life and provide 24-7 support and services so people can successfully live work, recreate, volunteer and socialize in the community.SaratogaRESIDENTIAL PROGRAMSARATOGA BRIDGES
    Residential Care ServicesARC Residential Services provides Group Homes for individuals with developmental disabilities. Group Homes range in size from 3 to 8 people. Acceptance into a home is based upon need, compatibility with the other residents, physical accessibility issues, and an individual's desire to live in a particular home. RensselaerRESIDENTIAL SERVICES GROUP HOMESNYSARC - RENSSELAER COUNTY CHAPTER
    Residential Care ServicesProvides both Supervised (24 hour/7 days per week) Residential Supports and Supportive (less than 24 hour) supports to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.ColumbiaRESIDENTIAL SERVICES PROGRAMNYSARC - COLUMBIA COUNTY CHAPTER (COARC)
    Residential Care ServicesResidential Support Program provides opportunities that are individualized to meet the needs and desires of the person supported and include: homes with 24-hour live-in support, supported apartments with daily or less frequent visits, homes with 24-hour medical support for persons who are frail due to age or medical condition, independent apartments with only the level of support desired, living with a family in the community and homes for children, men, women and seniors.FultonRESIDENTIAL SUPPORTS PROGRAMLEXINGTON - FULTON COUNTY CHAPTER NYSARC
    Residential Care ServicesOffers supported housing in the form of community residences or group homes for adults and children with mental illness, and helps them attain the most independence possible.FultonSUPPORTED HOUSINGMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN FULTON AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES
    Support ServicesOffers supervised, community-based residential programs for adults with developmental disabilities or mental illness which works to integrate them in the community, and build as much independence as possible. Also provides respite care for families who need someone to care for a loved one while they rest or are away from home.FranklinRESIDENTIAL AND RESPITE CARECITIZEN ADVOCATES NORTH STAR FAMILY OF SERVICES

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