Community Activity and Integration

Friends attend Tiki Time 2018

Community Connections

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.

Settings of services vary based on the needs of individuals served. Hours and locations vary based on needs of individuals served.

Payment for community-based services is available through Medicaid Waivers. Persons approved for FSW, CIH, or Traumatic Brain Injury Waivers may ask that community-based services to be added to the waiver budget. Case managers will approve monthly allowances of hours and funds after meeting with the family, the recipient and Sycamore’s Service Coordinator. Private pay options are available for residential services. Please contact Sycamore Services for more information regarding fees.

Community Services are primarily coordinated through our Danville, Indy North, and Martinsville offices but we welcome referrals from Boone, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Hamilton, Hancock, Morgan, Putnam, Vanderburgh, and other counties in Indiana. Click here to see contact information for an office near you.

Day Services

Coloring Easter eggs

Contact Us

Sycamore Services, Inc.
Corporate Office & Work Center

1001 Sycamore Lane
P.O. Box 369
Danville, IN 46122-1474

PH: (317) 745-4715
TOLL FREE: 866-573-0817
FAX: (317) 745-8271

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Hendricks County Community Foundation

Thank you to Hendricks County Community Foundation for the generous grant that made this website possible.