Dually Diagnosed Community Residences

The Dually Diagnosed Community Residences are a supervised, structured group housing that serves adults who have a history of intellectual disabilities and/or mental illness. They require 24-hour supervision and intensive support services. 

The days are structured with a high level of support and skills training. The goal is to help these individuals achieve the highest level of independence possible.

Residents are generally involved in day treatment programs, employment, or volunteerism.