Residential Services are provided to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who meet admission criteria. There are two residential programs, Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) and Home and Community based Services (HCS).
- The ICF program's goal is to move people with intellectual and developmental disabilities toward a higher level of independence. The Center operates four (4) six-bed homes, termed 'small facilities' by the State. The homes are closely monitored to assure they continue the idea of being "teaching environments" designed to advance over time the adaptive and daily living skills of the consumers residing in them.
- HCS assists enrolled persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live successfully in the community. Multiple supports follow identification of consumer's individual strengths and needs, and a specific plan of services is developed that allows consumers to experience an ever expanding quality of life as defined by individual recipients. Individuals may live in their own home, their family home, in foster care, or in a supported living situation of no more than four persons with awake staff at all times when consumers are present. This is a program that is based on individual need and is driven by the consumers' interests and desires, the primary goal being to move people closer to achieving the highest level of independence as possible.