Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability Services- Residential
Are you looking for a residential placement for someone who has an Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability?
Our services provide residential care for adults 18 and older diagnosed with an intellectual and/or developmental disability.
Our Mission is to:
- Provide a home for individuals living with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
- Encourage and assist individuals in their everyday lives
- Provide opportunities for people to live to the fullest of their desires and abilities
- Provide individualized support throughout the phases of life as they meet the challenges of becoming active members in the community.
Our Vision is for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities of all ages to live in a variety of community settings while exercising their rights to self-determination and control.
Our goal planning is:
- Encompassing psychiatric, medical and support services.
IDD Residential offers the following:
- 11 homes with 24-hour supervision
- On-Site Respite (by availability)
- Semi-Independent Living
MYCS manages apartments and homes for individuals requiring varying degrees of support. Our homes are currently located in:
- North Huntingdon
- West Mifflin
- Jefferson Hills
- Port Vue
Homes providing 24-hour awake support are licensed through the PA Department of Developmental Programs.
There are funding sources available for eligible individuals. Please contact your supports coordinator.
Individuals in the program face everyday challenges and opportunities with the support of dedicated and trained staff. On most days’ individuals are transported to work or a day program they are scheduled to attend. Individuals are in charge of planning and cooking their own meals, receive assistance in budgeting, medication administration, socializing, doctor visits, shopping, and attending activities in the community. Intellectually and/or Developmentally Disabled individuals receive assistance as indicated in their Individualized Support Plan.
Family and friends are encouraged to be an active part of the program and help assure safe living conditions for loved ones.
Funding for Residential services are paid through the Office of Developmental Programs, Intellectual Disabilities Waiver Programs. For questions regarding our services and how to apply for funding please reach out to the following:
MYCS Program Director 412-675-8561, Allegheny County Department of Human Services: Office of Intellectual Disabilities at 412-253-1399 or your Individual Supports Coordinator.
Family Living provides an alternative to traditional group homes enabling those with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities the opportunity to choose to live in an environment more like home and family.
Each individual brings unique gifts and talents to the relationship. They have new friends and companions in their lives-someone to learn and grow with through daily living. The support of the Family Living Community reinforces the opportunities to strengthen this relationship every day.
- Short term respite (less than 30 days) is also available on an individual basis.
Please consider sharing your home and family with a person with a disability. A competitive stipend is paid to the provider. Support and training are provided by our Lifesharing Program Specialist. Your home and heart can help form a new and close relationship with a unique person, helping to fulfill their potential as well as your own. For more information, please contact our Lifesharing Specialist at 412-672-1815.