439 South Union Street #401
Business Filing Type
Agency vehicles are available at each of our Community Residences to transport the people we serve.
Hours of Operation
The Community Residences are individuals’ homes. They are open 24 hours/365 days per year
Accessible Restrooms, Near Public Transportation, Medical Needs, Free Transport, Services at Home
Cooperative Apartments, Group Homes, Personal Care Attendants, Relationship/Friendship Support, Skills Training, Socialization Activities
Behavior Disorder, Blind, Cerebral Palsy, Deaf, Developmental Disability, Dual Diagnosis – ID/MI, Epilepsy/seizure Disorder, Hard of Hearing, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Speech Impairment, Visual Impairment
DDS clients, etc.
Programs provide training & support to residents so they have the opportunity to reach the highest level of independence possible. DDS Funded.
We offer five residential programs, all of which provide homes where adults with disabilities can find security and support, relate to others who accept them, and grow as a person.
- OPTION 1: Living independently in an apartment
- OPTION 2: Living with a single person, couple, or family
- OPTION 3: Living in a group home with other adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities
- OPTION 4: Living in a home equipped to care for people with acquired brain injuries
- OPTION 5: Living with a member of your own family or a foster family
Staff to client ratio: Varies from 1:1, 2:4 to 3:8 based on the needs of the individuals served.
Housing is located in the Greater Merrimack Valley but accepts clients from Massachusetts.
Audits, Reports and Investigations
Department of Developmental Services/ Office of Quality Enhancement
Survey and Certification Final Report
Staff to Client Ratios
5 clients to every 1 staff person
Age Range of Clients
31 years to 81 years
Number of Current Clients
Record last updated on 24/10/2022