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Housing/Day Program Services

Definitions
Community-Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA):
A living arrangement provided to Adult Waiver participants in a group home, family home, or apartment where eight or fewer unrelated adults with developmental disabilities reside under the supervision of the community developmental services agency.

 

Adult Waiver Programs:
Intermediate Care Facility for the Developmentally Disabled (ICF-DD): 
A residential facility funded by Medicaid serving adults with intellectual disabilities who require ongoing treatment and training, this category includes large, private, state-funded facilities.  

 

Home-Based Services (HBS):
This program is designed to enable participants to remain living in their family home, or in the case of adults, a home of their own if feasible, while receiving services that support them to achieve their personal outcomes.  The HBS program provides a monthly allocation that can be used to purchase services from authorized community agencies or to pay for Personal Support Workers (PSW) who are directed by the individual or his/her designee.  This is funded by the Medicaid Waiver program.
   
Home Services Program (HSP):
The Home Services Program (HSP) provides services to individuals with severe disabilities so they can remain in their homes and be as independent as possible.   This is a program run through the Department of Human Services-Division of Rehabilitation Services.  
 

Housing/Day Program Services

PUNS

PUNS (Prioritization for Urgency of Need for Services)

PUNS is the statewide database that records information about individuals with developmental disabilities who are potentially in need of services. The State uses this database to select individuals for services as funding becomes available for those in need of services.   If your name is NOT on the PUNS list, you are not eligible for this funding.

DeWitt County

PSCI (Prairieland Service Coordination, INC.)

Website: psci.info

100 S Water St., Suite  220M

Decatur, IL 62523

(217) 362-6128

 

Logan County

CISA (Central Illinois Service Access)

Website: cisagroup.org

101 Madican Dr.

Lincoln, IL 62656

(217) 732-4731

 

McLean County

Champaign County Regional Planning Commission

Website: ccrpc.org

1776 E Washington St

Urbana, IL 61802

Phone: 217-671-6677

If enrolling on the PUNS list for the first time, please call: 217-671-6677

Email: mburkhart@ccrpc.org

*Covers McLean, Livingston, Woodford Counties

 

Independent Service Coordination Agencies are the eligibility, screening, and funding source for those seeking a supported living arrangement situation or a Developmental Training Program in order to maximize independence for individuals with disabilities through choice, advocacy, and services access. Helps develop a service plan tailored to the individual’s needs and can make referrals to local service providers by providing coordination and advocacy services.  Provides a pre-admission screening to determine eligibility, secure provider agencies, and obtain funding.  Assists with accessing services to meet the individual’s needs in order to ensure that the services plan is consistent with the needs, strengths, and choices of the individual.

Residential Services

Residential Services

DeWitt County

 

DD Homes Network

Website: www.ddhomes.net

235 N West St

Jacksonville, IL 62650

866-363-7909

  • DD Homes Network has 2 CILA group homes in Clinton IL

 

Alan G. Ryle Companies

Website: www.ryle.com

4102 Belmont PT

Champaign, IL 61822

1-800-880-6571

  •  One 8 bed CILA home in Clinton

 

Kleeman Village

1101 Kleeman Drive

Clinton, IL 61767

217-570-0900 (number to Heritage Health)

Services: HUD-Assisted Housing.  It is an apartment building specifically for individuals with disabilities.  This apartment has a live-in manager and professional staff to address living skills, counseling and case management.   Individuals need to have good independent living skills as supports are minimal.  Many individuals have case management support through Heritage Behavioral Health.  Managed by Swartz Properties.   Applications can be found at Heritage Behavioral Health at 40 Clinton Plaza, Clinton, IL

 

Macon Resources: Residential Services

Website: www.maconresources.org

757 W Pershing Rd

Decatur, IL 62524

(217) 875-1910

Services: MRI owns and operates nine group homes in the Decatur area; 4-8 people live in each home with full-time daily support staff in a CILA group home.  Individuals with intellectual disabilities build independent living skills.  MRI also offers Intermittent Community Living Arrangement CILA services.  
 

Logan County 

 

SPARC

Website: www.spfldsparc.org

232 Bruns Lane Springfield, IL 62702

(217) 793-2100

Service: Provide Supported Living and Residential Group Homes.  Supported Living provides ongoing instruction and oversight in budgeting, shopping, community integration, medication, meal planning, and more.  The level and type of assistance is based on the individual's needs and abilities.  Group Homes are staffed 24 hrs/365 days a year.  Staff assist with ADL’s, budgeting, and using public transportation.  Goals are set to reach the greatest degree of personal independence.  

 

McLean County

 

Marcfirst: Residential Living Services

Website: www.marcfirst.org

1606 Hunt Drive
Normal, IL 61761

(309) 451-8888

Services: Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA). Housing options for people with a developmental disability ages 18 and over who need 24-hour support with activities of daily living. People share a home, with their own bedrooms or live in their own apartment. Individuals receive individualized support in all areas of their life, including services concentrating on developing skills in the areas of economic self-sufficiency, independence, and community integration.  Support ranging from 24 hours to intermittent supports in houses, duplexes, or apartments being available. Individuals must have proof of CILA funding from CCRPC and must be 18 years old or older.

 

Homes of Hope, Inc., Bloomington-Normal

Website: Homesofhopeinc.org

705 E Lincoln St, Suite 313
Normal, IL 61761

(309) 862-0607

Services: Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA). Residents with special needs live in homes with professional staff and other individuals, usually two to 6 others.  Offers fully furnished homes, well-trained staff, quiet neighborhoods, well-groomed yards and patios, private bedrooms, Christian values, and some homes with wheelchair accessibility. 

 

Bloomington Housing Authority/Congregate Housing Services Program

Website: www.bloomingtonha.com/congregate-housing-services-program

104 E Wood St

Bloomington, IL 61701

(309) 829-3360

Email: lorib@bloomingtonha.com

Services: Subsidized housing for individuals with disabilities.  Participants must be semi-independent and have achieved a level of independent functioning in order to live in the Irvin Apartments.  Please call the number above for information on the application process.

 

Envision Unlimited

Website: https://envisionunlimited.org

Phone: 773-899-6177

Email: respiteinfo@envisionunlimited.org

Services: In-home respite program giving families the opportunity to have temporary relief from their caregiving roles. The program provides families with a trained individual who comes into the home to spend time with their family member with a disability.  Any person with a documented developmental disability who requires the presence and support of another person to ensure they are safe is eligible for this service.  Families generally are eligible to receive up to 180 hours of respite services per year

 

Developmental Training Programs

Developmental Training Programs

DeWitt County (or nearby counties)

 

Encore Developmental Services (formerly HRC)

Website: www.encoreservices.org

10840 Rte. 10 East

Clinton, IL 31727

(217) 935-2218

Services: Small Developmental Training Program (DT) services for individuals with Medicaid Funding (been pulled from PUNS).  DT program is attached to the thrift store.  Those in DT can choose to work in the thrift store.  

 

Macon Resources: Community Day Services Program

Website: www.maconresources.org

757 W Pershing Rd

Decatur, IL 62524

(217) 875-1910

Services: Focuses on personal, social, educational and vocational development at all ability levels.  The training program includes education, community integration training, pre-vocational training, assistance with personal care and work opportunities.  Each day is planned around the individual.  The individual works with his or her case manager to set goals.  The program runs Monday-Friday from 9:00am-3:00pm.  Must have Medicaid Funding or private pay.  

 

Logan (or nearby counties)

 

Goodwill: Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries, Inc

Website: www.llgi.org

1220 Outer Park Drive

Springfield, IL 627004 

(217) 789-0400

Services:  Community Day Services for adults with intellectual disabilities include purposeful and meaningful activities that are designed to help acquire skills, teach appropriate behavior, and foster independence and personal choice.  Must have funding through the Medicaid waiver program.  

 

SPARC

Website: www.spfldsparc.org

232 Bruns Lane Springfield, IL 62702

(217) 793-2100

Services: Activities are focused on areas such as fine and gross motor skills, safety problem-solving, activities of daily living, communication, appropriate interpersonal interactions and capacity for independent living.  


McLean County

 

Marcfirst

Website: www.marcfirst.org

1606 Hunt Dr

Normal, IL 61761

Service: This program utilizes advocacy, ongoing assessment, training, supervision, support and curriculum-based instruction to assist individuals with developmental disabilities in becoming as independent as possible.  It operates Monday-Friday from 9:00am-2:30pm.  Each participant receives an Individualized Support Plan (ISP), created based on his or her desires, needs and interests.