The mission of Living Resources Community Living Program is to provide quality and consistent habilitation services to individuals with developmental disabilities living in the community in various settings. Such services may include, but are not limited to, assistance with activities of daily life, socialization activities, recreational activities, and general household maintenance. The Community Living program encompasses many services, including:
Lionheart Apartment Program
Our Lionheart Apartment Program in Cohoes, NY offers subsidized housing for working class families and individuals with special needs. Individuals receive ISS rent subsidies to assist with rent and also receive Community Habilitation services from staff that are on-site up to 10 hours a day. Many individuals in this program have jobs, manage their own finances, and maintain their own apartments while also being active and involved members of their local communities. Individuals in this program receive between 2-12 hours of staff support per week in achieving personal goals based on independent living, community integration, socialization, and productivity.
Intrada Saratoga Springs Apartment Program
Our Intrada Apartment Program in Saratoga Springs, NY offers subsidized housing for working-class families and individuals with special needs. Individuals in this program receive ISS housing subsidies to assist with rent and also receive Community Habilitation services. Individuals in the Intrada Apartment Program require slightly more care and monitoring than those residing in the Lionheart Apartment Program.
Albany Supportive Living (ASL)
Albany Supportive Living is a program that serves individuals living in various certified Supportive Individual Residential Alternatives (IRAs), typically in apartments with non-24/7 staffing. The ASL program provides habilitation services to supported individuals that includes, but is not limited to, apartment maintenance, cooking, cleaning, shopping, and general organization. The program also provides nursing services and medication management services, along with assistance with money management. Individuals living in supportive apartments are expected to live independently with staff support.