Community Living Centers strives to provide an enriching and caring environment for adults with developmental disabilities. Our staff respects and supports each individual in making personal choices to achieve independence in an atmosphere of success. Community Living Centers currently has 6 licensed group homes, 5 unlicensed personal residences and one 8 unit unlicensed apartment building. We have approximately 120 fully trained direct care staff and 12 group home managers. In addition, we support 18 adults with disabilities in our Supported Independent program and Community Living Services program.


Your donations really do make the difference.  They make an impact on the lives of people we serve by helping defray the cost of medical and dental bills, day to day living expenses, and even making possible a long-anticipated bucket-list vacation.


Community Living Centers, a 501 C (3) non-profit corporation, was founded in 1968 and houses and cares for adults with developmental disabilities. It is our mission to create a safe and loving environment encouraging skill development, relationship building, and social activity enjoyment.  Today we support over 80 individuals in residential and semi-independent living locations throughout the area.


A great way to make it a great day – VOLUNTEER!   Our volunteers use their own unique set of gifts to help those in need at Community Living Centers.  In return, the volunteers receive a sense of purpose, a sense of community, and a sense of happiness! What better way to spend your day!


Community Living Centers, Inc. is committed to the philosophy of Gentle Teaching and is actively involved with the Culture of Gentleness. Our organization attends the monthly COG meetings hosted at MORC each month, all of the home managers have attended the three day practicum, standards that support COG are used in staff evaluations and are embedded in interview questions when we are hiring new staff. Gentle Teaching is a standing discussion/training item at monthly staff meetings for managers.