Supported Living

Community Vision supports each individual experiencing developmental disabilities in the way that fits their life, providing supports that are unique to their needs, goals and dreams. This helps the individual live, work and thrive in the communities of their choice.

In Oregon, there are various models of support available to individuals experiencing developmental disabilities. Group living settings are commonplace but cannot offer each individual true choice and independence. Community Vision provides Supported Living services to individuals who wish to live in their own home with one-on-one support.

How it works

Community Vision supports individuals with a wide range of support needs – from a few hours per week to 24 hours per day. The individual and the support team work together to create a customized vision of support that suits their needs and wishes. Community Vision assists the individual to find support staff that work well in their life and provide basic personal support services that include, but are not limited to:

  • Finding a home of their choice
  • Support with meals, hygiene, and mobility
  • Budgeting and bill paying
  • Getting to and from daily errands
  • Meeting personal goals and reaching for their dreams

Eligibility

We accept requests for new participants on an ongoing basis.

To learn more about obtaining services through the organization, contact your case manager/services coordinator in your county’s developmental disabilities office. Inform them that you would like to pursue Supported Living services and would like to have a referral packet sent to Community Vision.

For questions about what Community Vision does and the types of support we provide, please contact Erich Brill at the email address below.

Contact

Erich Brill
Director of Support Programs
503-292-4964 x114
ebrill@cvision.org

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