About Community Living
UCP of Georgia offers a range of community living options to enable adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live in residential settings which best meet their individual choices and needs. These options are designed to help individuals become as independent as possible and enjoy full access to all aspects of community life. UCP community living options include:
UCP of Georgia operates single family community homes throughout Georgia. These three to four-person residences enable individuals to live in their desired communities with peers in stable, comfortable neighborhoods.
The homes offer each person their own room and a full range of opportunities for active community participation. UCP of Georgia’s skilled and supportive staff members are present around the clock to assist in setting and reaching personal goals.
Community homes have a life-changing impact for many adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. At home, they are able to be active and contributing members of their communities, some for the first time in their lives.
UCP of Georgia provides residential support through partnerships with host homes. In this program, UCP offers quality oversight, monitoring, training and support for host families. Host homes provide a smaller, family-type setting for one or two people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and are often a good option for people who prefer to live in a smaller home.
For more information about UCP of Georgia community living supports, use the Contact Us field below.