Residential Community Housing
Through six residential homes serving adults in the Chicagoland area called Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILA) and one Intermediate Care Facility for Developmentally Disabled (ICFDD), adults with developmental disabilities live independently and participate in the community. Independence and choice in everyday life are maximized utilizing existing social networks and community links.
Through this program, they learn the necessary life skills that will help them grow and participate in community life. Services are provided in a home like environment by a caring and competent staff.