The primary goal of Stone Belt's Residential Program is to teach the things that allow a client to live as independently as possible in the home. Stone Belt staff members support clients in shopping, cooking, cleaning, making friends, and using community living resources.
Stone Belt’s Supported Living Program assists clients living in their own homes or with their families to gain the skills necessary to live independently. Services can be provided from a few hours per week to a full-time, 24 hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week program. Services in the Supported Living Program are funded by the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services Community Integration and Habilitation Waiver (CIH Waiver), or the Family Supports Waiver.
For more information on our Supported Living program:
SLP Director in Monroe County
Group Home Living
Stone Belt serves up to 68 individuals in the Supported Group Living program in Monroe and Lawrence counties. Residents are supported 24 hours a day in Stone Belt-owned homes by professional staffing that includes direct support professionals, nurses, social workers and behavior clinicians. Each home houses five to seven people and includes individual bedrooms and a shared general living space. Residents learn daily living skills and develop independent goals to increase quality of life.
For more information on our Supported Group Living program:
Director of Supervised Group Living