Our Multi-System Youth (MSY) Programs serve adolescents between the ages of 16 and 21 who have severe disabilities and behavioral challenges stemming from their diagnoses of autism and an intellectual disability. Each program is developed in partnership with your local county board.
Family Support Services are provided by the State of Ohio for Franklin County families who have chosen to keep their family member with complex needs associated with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges at home. Funding is available on a limited basis through Boundless for a variety of services and equipment.
Our licensed homes are intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and are part of the Title 19 Federal Medicaid Program. Our homes are required to provide active treatment and community integration using person-centered plans.
Our Supported Living program helps individuals with complex needs associated with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges, who live in their own homes or apartments.
Respite services provide relief to regular caregivers in Franklin County and Wood County by offering short- to medium-term care for adults or children with developmental disabilities.
Our Parent-Directed Program is a unique service that relies on active family members to help manage the amount of services needed in the home. This flexible program allows support professionals to be paid in upwards of $15/hour.