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Community Living & Learning, Inc.
Office of Developmental Programs
Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To improve the quality of life for the individuals we serve by promoting health and well-being, by fostering self-sufficiency and providing a productive life within their home and community.
History of Organization
Community Living and Learning, Inc. is a private, non-profit agency that has been providing services to individuals with intellectual disabilities in the Indiana County area since 1974. Community Living and Learning, Inc. focuses on working together with the individual, family members, other service providers and the community through a Person-Centered approach. It is our goal to offer each individual the unique supports that he or she needs to be happy, successful, and a valued member of the community. Community Living and Learning, Inc. currently provides Residential Living, Independent Living, and Life Sharing services along with the operation of an Adult Training Facility.
724.349.1420 - MAIN OFFICE
724.349.6552 - FAX
Indiana and Armstrong Counties
Adult Training Facility: Day Program -- individuals are given the opportunity to participate in community outings, community volunteer sites, vocational and recreational activities.
Residential Program: Lifesharing - a supportive living relationship matching contracted provider(s) and individuals with similar lifestyles and interests; individual(s) live in the provider's home as a member of the family.
Residential Program: Community Homes - for three to four individuals who learn to manage their home together with support and/or physical assistance from staff.
Residential/Home & Community Habitation and Independent Living Program- for individuals who need assistance or support to maintain independence in the community
Office Hours are 8:30 am - 4:00 pm / Monday through FridayHomes have 24 hour supervision. Adult Training Facility Day Programs runs Monday through Friday 9 AM to 2:30 PM
Fees/Cost for Services
Residential clients are charged a room and board amount monthly. All other fees are covered by government funding.
Individuals diagnosed as having an intellectual disability. All referrals come through the Developmental Disabilities Department of the Community Guidance Center or Armstrong County Family Counseling Center.
All programs are handicap accessible