The Supported Living program serves adults with intellectual disabilities in their home living environment to assist them to maintain their community home and live as independently as possible. This program serves clients living alone, with up to three roommates, or clients who reside with their family. Supported Living services are primarily provided in the home, but also involve community access. Individuals in this program may need only a few hours of services a week, or up to 24 hours a day of assistance.
The Supported Living program is managed out of New Hope Center in Jeffersonville, and it serves clients living in Clark, Floyd, and Scott counties.