Residential services and support offers adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities a variety of residential options based on his/her needs and level of independence. Individuals may live in an integrated residential home with round-the-clock support; in a host home (similar to foster care) or in a licensed group home.
The Seneff House specializes in working with individuals who are medically complex. This home is licensed by the Colorado Department of Health & Environment. In addition to working with the medically fragile, Journeys was one of the first providers in Colorado to develop a structured program to provide services to individuals who are or have been in trouble with the law. The program was developed in 1989 and continues to be an integral part of Journeys’ services and supports.
Our Day Program is designed to assist individuals with exploring opportunities in community by incorporating the individual’s goals, interests, and skills to promote their independence and choice.
This program is designed to assist individuals with exploring opportunities in community employment. Services provided include job training, assessment services, job placement services, work adjustment training and ongoing supported services.
Staff provide supports and services to a number of individuals residing in their own homes or living in the community with relatives. Services include personal care, access into community for medical appointments, transportation, mentorship and independent living skills. Supported Living Services also provides money management/training.