Referrals for services can be made by individuals served, family members, case managers, or funding sources by calling (317) 745-4715 or (866) 573-0817.
Community-based activities may be combined with other program supports to improve skills that will lead to a more independent, involved life for the person receiving services.
In-community supports may include:
- Making connections that build friendships
- Joining clubs or other organized group activities
- Becoming a volunteer at a community organization
- Participating in communal social gatherings
- Attending events
Services are based on each individual’s unique personal goals and designed to increase social experiences. Interactions help teach/improve communication skills and increase independence in public settings. Activities encourage building relationships in the community and the work place.