An habilitative service which encourages independence and community integration; although a person can be authorized for the service regardless of where s/he lives, the service cannot take place in a certified location. Community Habilitation supports can include adaptive skill development, community inclusion and relationship building, development of social skills, leisure skills, and appropriate behavior development to help the individual access their community.
Provider:SUFFOLK CO. NYSARC, INC.
Provider Address:2900 VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY, BOHEMIA, NY, 11716
Eligiblity:People seeking OPWDD services must contact the Regional Front Door in your area first to obtain eligibility. Once eligibility is determined, the Front Door will help you figure out which services are best for you and get you into services as quickly as possible. If you have a service coordinator, they will help you too. People who already have OPWDD eligibility can work with their service coordinator to change a service or get a new one. If you do not have a service coordinator, the Front Door will help you get one. Contact information for the Front Door can be found at this link: http://www.opwdd.ny.gov/welcome-front-door/Front_Door_Contact_Numbers
Last Update:7/13/2020 8:12 AM