We only provide residential support to those on waiver section 21.
Waiver section 21 is a home and community-based waiver program that provide services in a variety of settings including at home, in the community, and on the job.
The needed services are identified through a person- centered planning process and must be authorized by the Department of Health and Human Services.
waiver section 21 supports Adults with intellectual disabilities or autism spectrum disorders who want to live as independently as possible at home and in the community.
The State of Maine requires an assessment to determine an individual’s financial eligibility and level of function.
Assessments help individuals and families understand what services are available to them and to plan for the individual’s needs.