The Project Neighbor Program was developed to assist Members with support and training who are living on their own with the support of family/others. Project Neighbor is a fee-based program for people with mild or moderate intellectual and/or developmental abilities.
Project Neighbor enables participants to safely and successfully enjoy the rights, privileges and responsibilities like their peers living without a disability. The focus of training includes the following areas and more where additional support is needed, as deemed a priority either by the Member, family and Program Director) for a successful living situation and the well-being of the individual:
For more information, please contact our Program Director.
“The Project Neighbor Program has allowed Marius to live independently. Without it, the transition to him living on his own would have been much more difficult. Paula has been there to guide him every step of the way. I have peace of mind knowing he has this support.” Jody
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Our members’ unique needs and personal potential are guiding factors as we develop activities and programs, providing a positive and caring environment where friendships are nurtured and life skills are developed.