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Woodland Summer House

This Community Care Licensed (570301295), Level 3, Adult Residential Facility (ARF) is home for 12 adults with developmental disabilities. Located near historical downtown Woodland, this home has successfully operated from this site since 1974. The purpose of the Woodland Summer House is to provide 24-hour support and supervision to adults with developmental disabilities. We focus on the different needs, wants, and abilities of residents without defining people by their disabilities. Our primary focus areas are to support people with the development of daily living skills, independent decision-making, problem solving, and community involvement. We also provide assistance with self-help skills and behavior management.

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Davis Summer House

This Community Care Licensed (570317743), Adult Residential Facility (ARF) is home for 12 adults with developmental disabilities. Located in progressive and bustling city of Davis, this home has successfully operated from this site since 1993. With the help of HUD funding, this facility opened because of the success of the Woodland Summer House. Summer House Inc. chose to open it in Davis to meet the needs of people living in Davis who were looking for placement, so they could stay close to their family, friends, and community. 

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Supported Living Services (SLS)

Supported Living Services program provides support to people who want to live independently in their own home. Individuals receiving support in this program can live alone or have roommates and staff would then come into the home to provide support. Support staff are selected by the individual receiving support and may exist as an hourly staff person or a paid roommate.

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Community Living Program

Community Living Program (CLP) is an independent living program that supports people who live in their own home in the evolving process of learning daily living skills. Individuals receiving skills instruction in CLP live successfully without daily support. The focus is targeted to learning more in depth skills in the areas of cooking, cleaning, shopping, menu planning and preparation, money management, public transportation, personal health, self-advocacy training, use of health services, and safety in the home and community. Individuals are usually eligible for between ten and fifteen hours of support per month. This support service is tailored to the unique needs of individuals to provide help only in the areas they need.

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