Lifehouse provides support to individuals with developmental disabilities who live in Marin, Sonoma and San Francisco. Our goal is to help each person become as independent as possible and a welcome, productive member of our community.
Lifehouse offers a comprehensive skills training model focused on each individual's needs, goals, and desires. Because we serve individuals with a variety of disabilities, the needs of the people we support vary, and can range from two hours each week to daily 24-hour care. At Lifehouse, each individual, regardless of severity of his or her disability, participates in developing individual annual goals, and is served by a team of professionals.
Supported Living: Individualized training and support for adults and seniors enabling them to live in their apartment or home.
Independent Living Homes: Two licensed group homes designed to promote independence.
Senior Programs: Apartment living with daily assistance and nursing support that allows older adults to continue to live independently.
Intermediate Care Facilities: Four group homes staffed to provide intensive personal care and medical support for individuals.
Individualized Day Support Services: Services provided to an individual where a group day/work program is not preferred.
Autism Services: Certified Autism specialists who train staff and develop programs for individuals with Autism.
Recreation Program: Opportunities for teens and young adults with Autism to have fun and make connections.