Adult & Family Services: Developmental Services for Adults
, Director Adult & Family Services: Adult Mental Retardation Services

Developmental Services for Adults programs consist of case management, habilitation services, community living services, and supports to consumers with intellectual disability. The goal of this community support system is to maximize each consumer’s potential for independence, improved quality of life, and optimum level of functioning.

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Developmental Services Support Coordination
The Burrell Center
611 McDowell Avenue
Roanoke, VA 24016
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Voice: 540-342-6003   Fax: 540-266-9207

Coordination of resources and support designed to facilitate independence and stability for adults with intellectual disability. Case management activities include assessment, planning, linking, and monitoring services; crisis prevention and intervention services; and hospital and state facility admission and discharge planning activities.
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Assisted Living Facilities Program
Liberty Road
2720 Liberty Road, NW
Roanoke, VA 24012

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Voice: 540-857-9611   Fax: 540-342-1029

Consultation and support to enhance linkages with area assisted living facilities (ALF). Complete wrap-around services include case management, ALF staff training, consumer education, medication monitoring, physician/nursing consultation, skills training and supportive counseling.

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Community Living
Liberty Road
2720 Liberty Road, NW
Roanoke, VA 24012

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Voice: 540-857-9611, Extension 161    Fax: 540-342-1029


BRBH provides residential support in Host Home sponsored placements. The agency has over 35 years of experience providing an array of community-based residential support that includes group homes and sponsored family placements for persons with intellectual disability. Support and supervision are available to enable individuals to acquire, maintain, or improve their health, development, and physical condition. An emphasis is placed on a person-centered approach that empowers and assists each individual in developing his or her own lifestyle.

Currently we have vacancies in our Host Homes Program, a sponsored residential option with a contracted provider who offers individuals in need an option to live in their family home. If you have an interest in Host Home services, please contact Pat Hill at (540) 353-8103. If you would like to find out more about providing residential supports in your own home, contact Pat Hill at that same number or refer to our "New and Noteworthy" page for current opportunities.

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HOST HOME OPPORTUNITIES

The Community Living program of Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare offers individuals the opportunity to live in family settings with support from trained staff who open their homes to provide safe and secure housing. “Host Homes” are family homes licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS) as Sponsored Residential Services. These homes provide a family-like environment to individuals eligible for services under the Medicaid Home and Community Based Waiver. Individuals and families interested in this type of residence should contact Pat Hill at (540) 353-8103 for more information.

 

HOST HOME PROVIDERS SOUGHT

Individuals interested in contracting with Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare and opening up their homes to care for individuals with intellectual disabilities by providing Host Home services through the Community Living program should contact Pat Hill at (540) 353-8103 for further information.

 

Mountain House Clubhouse
2708 Liberty Road, NW
Roanoke, VA 24012
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Voice: 540-344-8386   Fax: 540-981-9793

                                                                               

Pre-vocation training, independent living skills, socialization, and recreational activities provided in a member-operated psychosocial rehabilitation program to persons who have psychiatric disabilities. Education and support to families of adults with serious mental illness is provided using the Mutual Education Support and Advocacy (MESA) curriculum.

Coordination and consultation for church-sponsored Social Clubs, which provide opportunities for fun and community integration to adults with serious mental illness and/or mental retardation.

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