Programs and Services
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Adult day services offer the opportunity to engage your creative side, find new friends, and see new places or old favorites in and around your community. Spend the day, or the week with us and enjoy all Boundless has to offer.
Licensed homes are Intermediate Care Facilities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and are part of the Title 19 Federal Medicaid Program.
Outpatient behavioral health programs serve children, adolescents, and adults with co-occurring behavioral health and developmental disabilities.
Our handmade pet treats are second to none and can be found at many local retailers, including Dorothy Lane Market, Dot’s Grocery, Arrow Wine & Spirits, Jungle Jim’s International Market, Weiland’s Market, and many more!
Boundless Community Pathways (formerly MONCO) Secure Document Destruction provides a safe, affordable option for destroying confidential documents.
We offer summer programs for children and young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges at both our Worthington and Newark campuses.
We have more than thirty years of experience helping to develop and grow the general skills necessary for a wide range of careers. We offer unique and personalized employment services, based on interests, skills, and individual abilities.
Our center-based programs provide interdisciplinary, evidence-based treatment to youth with autism. Our professional team of intervention specialists lead a wide range of students through an integrated behavioral and educational curriculum, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Family Support Services provides a benefit to families without the waiver. Tickets for a park, respite services, and even some home modifications and adaptive equipment can be paid for through this Franklin County program.
Our Multi-System Youth Programs serve adolescents between the ages of 15 and 19 who have disabilities and severe behavioral challenges stemming from their diagnosis of autism, and an intellectual disability.
The Parent-Directed Program is a unique service that relies on active family members to help manage the amount of services needed in the home.
Respite services are available to Franklin County families who have adults or children with intellectual and developmental disabilities or behavioral health challenges living in their home.
Spire Arts is a vocational art program that provides person-centered care for adults with developmental disabilities who wish to create, explore, and sell art while developing job skills.
Our Supported Living program helps individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges, who live in their own homes or apartments. We assist with shopping, cooking, and cleaning, and provide opportunities to become involved in the communities through social events and group activities.
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445 E. Dublin Granville Road
Worthington, OH 43085
140 W. Church Street
Newark, OH 43055
700 Liberty Lane
West Carrollton, OH 45449
P.O. Box 499
Chippewa Lake, OH 44215