RESIDENTIAL GROUP HOME SERVICES
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Your Health, Our Passion
Community Living Services help people who have disabilities to become as self-sufficient as possible within a home environment. Services focus on home and community integration, engagement in activities of daily living, lifespan issues, individual needs, strengths, abilities and preferences. Small, three to five person group home settings provide an alternative living situation for individuals served by Copa Health. Orientation to community, health and wellness education, menu planning and meal preparation, environmental safety, advocacy, decision-making, and maintaining a home are skills taught in the homes. Copa Health provides 24/7 supervision.
Group homes for adults and group homes for elderly are popular living arrangements for individuals in Arizona who require some form of assistance with daily living activities. These facilities are designed to provide a comfortable and supportive environment for residents.
In-Home Support Services offers a broad range of services designed to support and assist children, adults, and elders in their own homes. These services include attendant care, housekeeping, habilitation, educational support, respite, personal care, Individually Designed Living Arrangement, and Child and Adult Developmental Homes. Units are authorized by various funding sources including the Area Agency on Aging (AAoA), United Healthcare and the Division of Developmental Disabilities. Many IHS services are in Maricopa and Pinal Counties as well as operations ranging from Flagstaff to Globe.
Individually Designed Living Arrangements (IDLA) are services conducted in the home, owned or leased by the person served. The person served is responsible for all home costs including utilities, rent and repairs. Copa Health is the service labor force authorized to provide services.
Adult & Child Developmental Homes (Host Homes) services are specialized foster care to provide a family for individuals under a provider contract to Copa Health. Copa Health recruits, trains and licenses foster home providers, giving guidance to the individual living in a Host Home. Each specialized foster home can have up to three individuals.
Elder Care services are offered in the familiar surroundings of one’s own home. Services include personal care, housekeeping, and respite care. These services are funded through the Area Agency on Aging and United Healthcare.