Community Homes for Adults, Inc. has made it its mission to acquire the financial and human capital needed to support and ensure success for those adults in our community with intellectual disabilities. We wrap our services and resources around them so our society focuses on their abilities and strengths. Our Mission Since 1983, the mission of Community Homes, Inc. has been to provide a safe, supportive and structured living environment for people with developmental disabilities to exercise their right to make choices, grow, and contribute to their community.
Community Homes was established in 1995 to provide affordable and supportive housing for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in King County. We currently serve more than 50 residents in both our Adult Family Home and Shared Living models. Community Homes, Inc., a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability and/or veteran status. Community Homes is a member of the Housing Development Consortium and Alliance of Eastside Agencies.
Locally, agencies like the Aaron Family Jewish Community Center, Jewish Family Service, Community Homes for Adults, Inc. (CHAI), the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education & Tolerance and our six Jewish day and high schools, among others, provide the safety net of services and opportunities to connect to Jewish life.5/5(10). Careers Working at CHAI is rewarding in so many ways. assists these individuals to attain a higher level of independence through life skills training in their home or in the community. Employee’s will also assist with all aspects of supportive employment including developing job skills, on-the-job training, and forming positive.
Central Florida Communities, Inc. Homes and Services for loved ones with developmental disabilities. Central Florida Communities, Inc. (CFC) has warm, welcoming, home-inspired facilities and programs for individuals with developmental disabilities in Orange, Brevard, Lake and Seminole Counties. In 1984, North Coast Community Homes (NCCH) was created with the mission to develop and maintain safe, high quality homes in Northeast Ohio for individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness and other disabilities. Many of the wonderful individuals we serve have no family or have aging parents who can’t as easily meet the growing demands.