Residential Programs for Adults with Autism

Residential Programs for Adults with Autism

Young Adults

Ada S. Mckinley Community Services

1359 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607
312.554.0600
info@adasmckinley.org

Adult: Progamming includes day programs, employment services, and residential housing.


Alan G. Ryle & Companies

4102 Belmont Pt Champaign, IL 61822
(800) 880-6571

Alan G. Ryle Companies offers two types of residences for individuals with developmental disabilities: ICF/DD (Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental Disabilities) and Home CILA (Community Integrated Living Arrangement).


Blue Cap

2155 Broadway St. Blue Island, IL 60406
(708) 389-6578

Offers a variety of supportive living arrangements in the community for adults with developmental disabilities. Staff provides 24-hour supervision so that the people we serve gain independence in their own homes and in the community as well.


Cardinal Cushing Centers 

405 Washington St. Hanover, MA 02339
(781) 829-1205
mmarkowitz@cushingcenters.org

Private, non-profit therapeutic special needs boarding school for children and young adults with autism and developmental disabilities. Their staff is trained in behavior management techniques based on positive behavior intervention support (PBIS), a reward-based program. Ages: 6-22 years
Cost: Soon to be approved out-of-state placement option for Illinois


Chileda Institute

1825 Victory St. LaCrosse, WI 54601
(608) 782-6480
info@chileda.org

Primary focus on developmental disabilities, attachment disorders and behavioral challenges with specialization in autism and traumatic brain injury (dual issues such as cognitive and seizure disorder issues accepted).


Clearkbrook 

1815 W. Central Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005
(847) 653-6635 ext 28

Clearbrook’s 35 CILAs are located in the following communities: Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Chicago, Elk Grove, Glenview, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Mt. Prospect, Northbrook, Palatine, Prospect Heights, Rolling Meadows, Schaumburg, Skokie, Wheeling and Wilmette.


Cumberland Hospital, LLC

9407 Cumberland Road New Kent, VA 23124
Phone: (800) 368-3472

ISBE approved. Provides specialized care for young people whose disabilities, injuries or lifelong illnesses are compounded by behavioral problems. Population served: male/female students with autism, pervasive developmental disorder, mental retardation, ADHD and fetal alcohol syndrome. Program's primary philosophy: cognitive-behavioral techniques. Ages: 13-21 years; Cost: Accepts Illinois Medicaid. Wait list depends on the number of open beds available. For more information, contact Christina Hawkins at (804) 928-8863


Easterseals Joliet

Serving Will, Grundy, Kendall, Kankakee, Ford & Iroquois Counties
212 Barney Drive Joliet, IL  60435
815.927.5472 

Utilizing a CILA model, the goal of Easterseals residential programs is to provide options for assisted living in community settings, to maximize independence in activities of daily living, to promote the achievement of vocational potential, and to foster community integration. Residents have access to 24 hr. residential care, behavioral services, case management, Family Support & Assistance, Intermittent Assistance, Linkage to Day Services, Nursing and Nutritional Services, Recreational Services, Social Works Services, Transportation, and Vocational Counseling.


El Valor

(312) 666-4511
info@elvalor.net

  • Cicero: 2434 S Kildare Ave, Chicago, IL 60623
  • Pilsen: 1951 W 19th St, Chicago, IL 60608
  • South Chicago: 3050 E 92nd St, Chicago, IL 60617

Adult: Programming includes day programs, vocational training and long-term residential housing


Futures Unlimited, Inc.

210 E Torrance Pontiac, IL 61764
(708) 636-0054

Futures Unlimited assists individuals in Livingston County as they achieve independence and develop the skills needed to live and work successfully in our community.


Genesee Lake School

36100 Genesee Lake Road Oconomowoc, WI 53066
(262) 569-5510, ext. 3005
admissions@geneseelakeschool.com

Genesee Lake School is a nationally recognized provider offering programs for students with developmental disabilities, mental health disorders, neurological disorders, and emotional disturbances. Additionally, we offer specialized programs for students with autism spectrum disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and complex trauma. Our 160 acre campus is a nurturing setting where students from around the country gain the skills and experiences necessary to successfully return to their families, school districts, and communities. Our goal at Genesee Lake School is to provide an innovative and enriching environment for the students in our care to learn and experience all that life can offer. ISBE Approved and COA Certified. Ages: 6-21 years; Cost: Accepts private pay, school, ICG, DHS, sliding scale


Glenkirk

3504 Commercial Ave. Northbrook, IL 60062
(847) 272-5111
info@glenkirk.org
CILAS throughout Lake County and Northern Cook counties.

Glenkirk Moraine Community Living Facility: Provides the support of full-time staff while allowing residents to enjoy the independence of an apartment setting; 

Glenkirk Family Living Arrangement: Provides people with disabilities a unique opportunity to join a family and share in a home environment.


Habilitative Systems, Inc. (HSI)

415 S. Kilpatrick Ave Chicago, IL 60644
(773) 261-2252
hsi@habilitative.org

Agency includes four types of care centers: behavioral health care center, children and family services care center, disabilities management care center, residential care center.


Heartspring

8700 East 29th Street Wichita, KS 67226
(316) 634-8874
kbaker@heartspring.org

The Heartspring School is a private, not-for-profit, residential and day school, serving students impacted by autism and other developmental disabilities from across the country and around the world. Most Heartspring students also display challenging behaviors that often interfere with their educational progress, as well as their home life and community integration. Ages: 5-21 yrs. Cost: Heartspring is a school with a residential program and, therefore, charges tuition and fees. The majority of the students who attend Heartspring are placed through the students’ IEP teams and funded by their local school district. Very few students qualify for funding through insurance providers. However, on a case-by-case basis, this may be possible. Some students have multiple agencies involved in the placement and in the funding (such as a school district, a child welfare agency, adoption subsidy, etc.). For some families, paying privately and/or outside financing may be an option. 


Helping Hand Center

9649 W 55th St Countryside, IL 60525
(708) 352-3580
info@hhcenter.org

Adult Day Program, Employment Services and Residential Housing Services to adults, age 18 and over. Residential in homes in the community. They have a variety of Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILAs) in South Suburban Cook County.


Horizon House of Illinois Valley Inc

2000 Plank Road Peru, IL 61354
(815) 223-4488

Horizon House provides a variety of residential and day services ranging from full 24-hour residential support, to intermittent in-home and employment supports, as well as day services.


Housing and Residential Supports Tool Kit 

Provided by Autism Speaks, Family Services.


Hughes Center for Exceptional Children

1601 Franklin Turnpike Danville, VA 24540
(434) 836-8500
HughesCenterAdmissions@uhsinc.com

The Hughes Center offers a residential treatment program for males and females, ages 10 – 22, who have been diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder, and who are experiencing significant social and behavioral difficulties within the home, school, and community environments. Our team works diligently to challenge residents to apply learned skills within new environments and situations.


Keshet (My Life)

600 Academy Drive Suite 130 Northbrook, IL 60062
(847) 205-1234

My Life is Keshet’s residential program. It is designed to allow residents to become fully active members of the community in a warm and caring home that promotes independence and a meaningful life.


LARC

19043 Wentworth Ave Lansing, IL 60438
(708) 474-1540
larclansing@sbcglobal.net

Provides day program, employment and residential supports and services that promote quality, dignity, and choice and will assist individuals with developmental disabilities achieve outcomes of independence in their lives.


LIFE, Inc.

550 Lincoln Road Extension Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 790-3600
info@lifecapecod.org

LIFE is focused on enhancing program quality and addressing the evolving needs of its residents as they proceed through the stages of their adult lives.


Little City - Adult Programs

1760 W. Algonquin Rd. Palatine, IL 60067
Main Campus: 847-358-5510

700 N Sacramento, Ste 201 Chicago, IL 60612
Chicago office: 773-265-1539

We provide adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities with supports, programs and services that help increase their potential for lifelong productivity and success. Services include residential and employment, home-based supports, recreation and leisure programs.


Little Friends Center for Autism, Inc.

140 N. Wright St. Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 305-4196

Services include evaluation and treatment for autism spectrum disorder, including psychological, speech, occupational therapy, and social skills. Additionally, residential services are available to both children and adults needing more supported care.


Lutheran Social Services of Illinois

4840 W. Byron Chicago, IL 60641
(847) 390-1422 or (630) 664-8876 (emergency)

Offers two intermediate care residences at Shady Oaks East and Shady Oaks West in Homer Glen for people with developmental disabilities.


Macon Resources, Inc (MRI)

2121 Hubbard Ave Decatur, IL 62524
(217) 875-1910
mrievents@maconresources.org

MRI owns and operates nine group homes for people with intellectual disabilities. These homes are CILA homes. There are four to eight people in each home with full time daily support staff.


Marklund

info@marklund.org 
(630) 593-5500

Locations in: 

  • Bloomingdale: 64 S. Prairie Ave., Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Elgin: 1435 Summit Street, Elgin, Illinois 60120
  • Geneva: 1S450 Wyatt Drive, Geneva, IL 60134

Programs include Early Intervention services (Ages 0-3; 630-529-2871, ext. 2238), day school programming (Ages 3-21), day program services (Ages 18+) and residential services (all ages), and employment services for indiviudals with developmental disabilities. 


Maryville Academy

Maryville Residential Treatment Center
1150 N. River Road Des Plaines, IL 60016
(630) 736-7451 (intake)

Specialty: psychiatric, behavioral, intellectual disabilities, self-harm, sexually acting out, autism, trauma. Multiple levels of care: moderate & severe; parenting & pregnancy teen DCFS ward section for those with children. Maryville also has inpatient psychiatric child, adolescent, young adult (18-22 years) & a deaf and hard of hearing program. Ages: 12-21 years (males); 12-21 years (females).


Milestone, Inc.

4450 N. Rockton Ave. Rockford, IL 61103
Child: 815-639-9555
Adult: (815) 639-2955
Email: tjindrich@milestone-inc.org

Provides long-term care for children who have a diagnosis of a developmental disability serving children in CILA's and the entire state of Illinois for individuals 6-22 years. Cost: state and/or school funded; private pay available


Misericordia Heart of Mercy

6300 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Phone: (773) 973-6300

Misericordia offers a community of care that maximizes potential for persons with mild to profound developmental disabilities, many of whom are also physically challenged.


Mosaic

1111 S. Alpine Rd Suite 401 Rockford, IL 61108
(815) 387-8390

Mosaic has served people with developmental disabilities since 1983 when the first group home was opened. Services were extended to Bushnell, and by the 1990s, nine more group homes were opened.


Moving Forward Towards Independence

68 Coombs Street, Building B Napa, CA 94559
(707) 259-1125

Moving Forward Towards Independence is a residential program offering transitional and independent living support to adults with developmental, learning and autism spectrum disabilities.


Neumann Family Services

5547 N Ravenswood Ave Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 769-4313
info@neumannfamilyservices.org

Provides residential, career, day, clinical, support, medical clinic, and case management. Provides developmental training (DT) program for persons with autism.


New Hope Center, Inc.

443 Manhattan Street Chilton, IL 53014
(920) 849-9351
info@newhopeinc.org

New Hope has seven housing opportunities for individuals ranging from state licensed facilities to in-home care. They also have supported home care, which staffs well trained professionals to assist individuals.


Oak-Leyden Developmental Services

411 W Chicago Ave Oak Park, IL 60302
Phone: (708) 524-1050
Email: info@oak-leyden.org

Adults with developmental disabilities learn skills to live as independently as possible within home and community settings.


Open Door Rehabilitation Center

405 S Wells St Sandwich, IL 60548
 (815) 786-8468

The mission of the Open Door Rehabilitation Center is to provide vocational, residential, day and community support services to adults with developmental disabilities such as mental retardation, Downs syndrome, cerebral palsy and autism, in order to increase or maintain skills in the least restrictive environment and to help people achieve their maximum potential.


Opportunity House

357 N. California Street Sycamore, IL 
(815) 895-9840
info@ohinc.org

Not-for-profit, provides job placement, supported employment, work services, developmental training, special olympics, recreation, residential living, and respite.


Orchard Village

7660 Gross Point Road Skokie, IL 60077
(847) 967-1800
ov@orchardvillage.org

We serve individuals with a wide range of disabilities through our Residential, Vocational, Intermittent, Transition, Respite, Specialized Services, Orchard Academy and Seniors programs.


Ottawa Friendship House

1718 N. 2525 Road Ottawa, IL 61350
(815) 434-0737
friends@ottawafriendship.com

Improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through informed choice and empowerment, continued education, recreation, paid work training, living supports, community integration, and community employment.


PACTT Learning Center

7101 N. Greenview Ave Chicago, IL 60626
(773) 338-9102
info@pactt.org

To assist children and adults ages 18 and older in reaching their potential, PACTT offers 24-hour residential care in a Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA).  Each group home houses 8 individuals with a primary diagnosis of autism.


Park Lawn

10833 S. LaPorte Oak Lawn, IL 60453
(708) 425-7377
info@parklawn.com

Park Lawn provides various residential opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. Each is attuned to the individual needs and capabilities of the residents.


Pasadena Villa the Stables Autism Program 

3889 Wonderland Ln, Sevierville, TN 37862 
866.319.8270

The Intensive Residential Treatment, clients receive the highest level of around-the-clock supervision and support. By living onsite, clients have access to continuous care and constant support and participate in a variety of individualized therapy and education.


Pioneer Center for Human Services

4031 W Dayton St McHenry, IL 60050
(815) 344-1230

Our goal is to help individuals live as independently and productively as possible throughout their lives, while receiving the support they need to live safely.


Progressive Careers and Housing

20180 Governors Drive Suite 300 Olympia Fields, IL 60461
(708) 283-1530

Our CILA homes offer a variety of housing options as well as comprehensive services to encourage individuals to grow and further their independence.


Rainbow Acres

2120 W. Reservation Loop Road Camp Verde, AZ 86322
(928) 567-5231
info@rainbowacres.com

A not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization. A private-pay assisted living community for individuals 18 years and above with developmental disabilities.


Ray Graham Association

901 Warrenville Road, Suite 500 Lisle, IL 60532
630-620-2222
info@raygraham.org

Works with people with disabilities to provide residential, life skills, life coaching, day program, employment, recreational and family support services.


Rimland

1265 Hartrey Avenue Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 328-4090

Our 18 residential homes are spread throughout Chicagoland, with the majority of our homes centered in Evanston. Each residence is gender-specific and home to 3-8 individuals, with no more than 2 residents per room.


Sertoma Centre, Inc 

4343 W. 123rd Street Alsip, IL 60803
(708) 371-9700
info@sertomacentre.org

CILA - Provides 24-hour support and supervision to individuals living in a shared home in local communities. With support of house personnel, residents are empowered to take ownership of their home, participate in their local community, and learn skills that promote independence.


Shore Community Services

info@shoreservices.org
1827 Brummel St Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 864-5980

8350 Laramie Ave. Skokie, IL 60077
(847) 982-2030

Shore offers a variety of residential programs for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities who are semi-independent to those in need of 24-hour staff supervision.


Stephen's Place

501 SE Ellsworth Road Vancouver, WA 98664
(360) 984-3600

We partner with families to provide a loving, supportive adult care home for adults with developmental disabilities.


St. Coletta's of Illinois

18350 Crossing Drive Tinley Park, IL 60487
(708) 342-5200

The consumers receive support from the caring, highly trained staff, who provide assistance with daily routines, community integration, and behavioral therapies.


St. Louis Life

929 Rolling Thunder Drive O'Fallon, MO 63368
(636) 561-1900
Info@stlouislife.org

St. Louis Life is a community-based, residential program for young adults with developmental disabilities.


Streator Unlimited, Inc.

305 N. Sterling St Streator, IL 61364
(815) 673-5574

SU offers five group homes which are staffed 100% of the time. They are funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services as Community Integrated Living Arrangements.


Tazewell County Resource Centers (TCRC)

21310 Illinois Route 9 Tremont, IL 61568
(309) 347-7148
info@tcrcorg.com

Residential programs at TCRC provide a homelike environment and 24 hour a day supports for individuals with developmental disabilities.


Transitions of Western Illinois

4409 Maine Street Quincy, IL 62305
(217) 223-0413

Transitions operates a number of group homes and apartments that provide safe and affordable housing to adults who have a serious mental illness or an intellectual/developmental disability.


Treasure House

7815 W. Aspera Blvd Glendale, AZ 85308
(602) 714-8189
info@treasurehouse.org

Treasure House will be home to 24 young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as six Community Assistants as they share life together.


Trinity Services Inc.

2081 Calistoga Drive, Suite 1S New Lenox, IL  60451
(815) 485-6197
Will County
jklouse@trinity-services.org

Trinity Living Centers are located near Trinity's main campus. Three 16-person residential programs enable adults with developmental disabilities to achieve their greatest potential. TLC staff provide assistance in achieving greater independence in all aspects of life, including social, recreational, personal care, and daily living skills. An outcome-oriented approach is used in planning for services so each individual's personal priorities are the focus of services and support. As an alternative to institutional living, the homes are constructed so that each person has his/her own bedroom and storage space. Each individual and his/her family choose personal goals, and needed services are identified, including nursing services when appropriate. Typically, several staff members are available during the day and evening hours to work with individuals in needed areas and to provide support for recreational activities, as well as overnight staff. Ages: 18 years and up


UCP Seguin Greater Chicago

3100 South Central Avenue Cicero, IL 60804
(708) 863-3803
info@seguin.org

UCP Seguin provides residential care to adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs in a variety of ways. UCP Seguin provides twenty-four hour residential care as well as intermittent residential care and both in-home and weekend respite care.


Urban Autism Solutions

1212 W. Flournoy St. Chicago, IL 60607

Founded in 2012, Urban Autism Solutions (UAS) is dedicated to changing outcomes for young adults (17-35) with autism through an integrated community life that advances social and vocational opportunities.


Warren Achievement Center, Inc.

1220 E. 2nd Ave Monmouth, IL 61462
(309) 734-3131

Residential services are designed to enable adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enjoy the independence of having a home of their own near family and friends.


Willowglen Academy

701 W Lamm Rd Freeport, IL 61032
(815) 233-6162
contactIL@willowglen-il.com

Our CILA certified adult group homes are licensed for eight consumers. Each group home has a 12-person passenger van for accessing the community.

Adults

Ada S. Mckinley Community Services

1359 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607
312.554.0600
info@adasmckinley.org

Adult: Progamming includes day programs, employment services, and residential housing.


Alan G. Ryle & Companies

4102 Belmont Pt Champaign, IL 61822
(800) 880-6571

Alan G. Ryle Companies offers two types of residences for individuals with developmental disabilities: ICF/DD (Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental Disabilities) and Home CILA (Community Integrated Living Arrangement).


Association for Individual Development (AID)

309 New Indian Trail Court Aurora, IL 60506
(630) 966-4000
info@the-association.org

AID offers support to Kane and Kendall county families of children and adults with disabilities. 

Adult services include: in-home care for training and support (through Adult Waiver), vocational training, skill training, paid work opportunities, community integration and employment to individuals. Additionally, day program servies (The STARS Program & the Autism Program) focused on active community integration, volunteer work and fitness activities for participants and residential services are available. Visit website or FAQ for more detailed information.


Blue Cap

2155 Broadway St. Blue Island, IL 60406
(708) 389-6578

Offers a variety of supportive living arrangements in the community for adults with developmental disabilities. Staff provides 24-hour supervision so that the people we serve gain independence in their own homes and in the community as well.


Center for Disability Services

311 South Reed Street Joliet, IL 60436
(815) 744-3500
cdsil@cdsil.org

Provides in-home and overnight respite care if needed for both children and adults. The Respite Care Program allows a primary caregiver occasional respite by providing families with up to 180 hours of in-home care annually for their family member with developmental disabilities. Must be receiving home-based waiver for services.


Charleston Transitional Facility

6775 Prosperi Drive Tinley Park, IL 60477
(708) 429-1260

CTF provides as close to a natural home environment as possible integrated into the community. These Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILAs) offer 24-hour supervision and assistance by staff trained in a DHS-approved curriculum.


Clearkbrook

1815 W. Central Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005
(847) 653-6635 ext 28

Clearbrook’s 35 CILAs are located in the following communities: Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Chicago, Elk Grove, Glenview, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Mt. Prospect, Northbrook, Palatine, Prospect Heights, Rolling Meadows, Schaumburg, Skokie, Wheeling and Wilmette.


Easterseals Joliet

Serving Will, Grundy, Kendall, Kankakee, Ford & Iroquois Counties
212 Barney Drive Joliet, IL  60435
815.927.5472 

Utilizing a CILA model, the goal of Easterseals residential programs is to provide options for assisted living in community settings, to maximize independence in activities of daily living, to promote the achievement of vocational potential, and to foster community integration. Residents have access to 24 hr. residential care, behavioral services, case management, Family Support & Assistance, Intermittent Assistance, Linkage to Day Services, Nursing and Nutritional Services, Recreational Services, Social Works Services, Transportation, and Vocational Counseling.


El Valor

(312) 666-4511
info@elvalor.net

  • Cicero: 2434 S Kildare Ave, Chicago, IL 60623
  • Pilsen: 1951 W 19th St, Chicago, IL 60608
  • South Chicago: 3050 E 92nd St, Chicago, IL 60617

Adult: Programming includes day programs, vocational training and long-term residential housing


Futures Unlimited, Inc.

210 E Torrance Pontiac, IL 61764
(708) 636-0054

Futures Unlimited assists individuals in Livingston County as they achieve independence and develop the skills needed to live and work successfully in our community.


Garden Center Services

10444 Kedzie Ave Chicago, IL 60655
(773) 941-4151
info@gardencenterservices.org

Residential services, regular work program, community work services, respite, transportation, other programs: socialization, exercise, arts & crafts, shopping, cooking, special olympics.


Glenkirk

3504 Commercial Ave. Northbrook, IL 60062
(847) 272-5111
info@glenkirk.org
CILAS throughout Lake County and Northern Cook counties.

Glenkirk Moraine Community Living Facility: Provides the support of full-time staff while allowing residents to enjoy the independence of an apartment setting; 

Glenkirk Family Living Arrangement: Provides people with disabilities a unique opportunity to join a family and share in a home environment.


Good Shepherd Manor

P.O. Box 260 Momence, IL 60954
(815) 472-3700
info@goodshepherdmanor.org

Not-for-profit, serves the needs of men with developmental disabilities; offer residential services, vocational programs, day programs, and medical services.


Habilitative Systems, Inc. (HSI)

415 S. Kilpatrick Ave Chicago, IL 60644
(773) 261-2252
hsi@habilitative.org

Agency includes four types of care centers: behavioral health care center, children and family services care center, disabilities management care center, residential care center.


Helping Hand Center

9649 W 55th St Countryside, IL 60525
(708) 352-3580
info@hhcenter.org

Adult Day Program, Employment Services and Residential Housing Services to adults, age 18 and over. Residential in homes in the community. They have a variety of Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILAs) in South Suburban Cook County.


Horizon House of Illinois Valley Inc

2000 Plank Road Peru, IL 61354
(815) 223-4488

Horizon House provides a variety of residential and day services ranging from full 24-hour residential support, to intermittent in-home and employment supports, as well as day services.


Housing and Residential Supports Tool Kit 

Provided by Autism Speaks, Family Services.


Individual Advocacy Group (IAG)

1289 Windham Parkway Romeoville, IL 60446
(630) 759-0201
info@individualadvocacygroup.com

IAG’s CILA Program has grown to provide 24 Hour In-Home supports to more than 80 CILA sites (all individually controlled) from Cook County to Rock Island County to Sangamon County.


LARC

19043 Wentworth Ave Lansing, IL 60438
(708) 474-1540
larclansing@sbcglobal.net

Provides day program, employment and residential supports and services that promote quality, dignity, and choice and will assist individuals with developmental disabilities achieve outcomes of independence in their lives.


Little City - Adult Programs

1760 W. Algonquin Rd. Palatine, IL 60067
Main Campus: 847-358-5510

700 N Sacramento, Ste 201 Chicago, IL 60612
Chicago office: 773-265-1539

We provide adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities with supports, programs and services that help increase their potential for lifelong productivity and success. Services include residential and employment, home-based supports, recreation and leisure programs.


Little Friends Center for Autism, Inc.

140 N. Wright St. Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 305-4196

Services include evaluation and treatment for autism spectrum disorder, including psychological, speech, occupational therapy, and social skills. Additionally, residential services are available to both children and adults needing more supported care.


Lutheran Social Services of Illinois

4840 W. Byron St Chicago, IL 60641
(847) 390-1422 or (630) 664-8876 (emergency)

Offers two intermediate care residences at Shady Oaks East and Shady Oaks West in Homer Glen for people with developmental disabilities.


Macon Resources, Inc (MRI)

2121 Hubbard Ave Decatur, IL 62524
(217) 875-1910
mrievents@maconresources.org

MRI owns and operates nine group homes for people with intellectual disabilities. These homes are CILA homes. There are four to eight people in each home with full time daily support staff.


Marklund

info@marklund.org 
(630) 593-5500

Locations in: 

  • Bloomingdale: 64 S. Prairie Ave., Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Elgin: 1435 Summit Street, Elgin, Illinois 60120
  • Geneva: 1S450 Wyatt Drive, Geneva, IL 60134

Programs include Early Intervention services (Ages 0-3; 630-529-2871, ext. 2238), day school programming (Ages 3-21), day program services (Ages 18+) and residential services (all ages), and employment services for indiviudals with developmental disabilities. 


Milestone, Inc. - Adult Services

4450 N. Rockton Ave Rockford, IL 61103
(815) 639-2960

Provides long-term care and day program services for adults who have a diagnosis of a developmental disability who served in CILAs, ICF and the entire state of Illinois. Day placement also available; three locations available.


Misericordia Heart of Mercy

6300 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Phone: (773) 973-6300

Misericordia offers a community of care that maximizes potential for persons with mild to profound developmental disabilities, many of whom are also physically challenged.


Mosaic

1111 S. Alpine Rd Suite 401 Rockford, IL 61108
(815) 387-8390

Mosaic has served people with developmental disabilities since 1983 when the first group home was opened. Services were extended to Bushnell, and by the 1990s, nine more group homes were opened.


Neumann Family Services

5547 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
Phone: (773) 769-4313
Email: info@neumannfamilyservices.org

Provides residential, career, day, clinical, support, medical clinic, and case management. Provides developmental training (DT) program for persons with autism.


New Hope Center, Inc.

443 Manhattan Street Chilton, IL 53014
(920) 849-9351
info@newhopeinc.org

New Hope has seven housing opportunities for individuals ranging from state licensed facilities to in-home care. They also have supported home care, which staffs well trained professionals to assist individuals.


Oak-Leyden Developmental Services

411 W Chicago Ave Oak Park, IL 60302
Phone: (708) 524-1050
Email: info@oak-leyden.org

Adults with developmental disabilities learn skills to live as independently as possible within home and community settings.


Open Door Rehabilitation Center

405 S Wells St Sandwich, IL 60548
Phone: (815) 786-8468

The mission of the Open Door Rehabilitation Center is to provide vocational, residential, day and community support services to adults with developmental disabilities such as mental retardation, Downs syndrome, cerebral palsy and autism, in order to increase or maintain skills in the least restrictive environment and to help people achieve their maximum potential.


Opportunity House

357 N. California Street Sycamore, IL 
(815) 895-9840
info@ohinc.org

Not-for-profit, provides job placement, supported employment, work services, developmental training, special olympics, recreation, residential living, and respite.


Orchard Village

7660 Gross Point Road Skokie, IL 60077
(847) 967-1800
ov@orchardvillage.org

We serve individuals with a wide range of disabilities through our Residential, Vocational, Intermittent, Transition, Respite, Specialized Services, Orchard Academy and Seniors programs.


Ottawa Friendship House

1718 N. 2525 Road Ottawa, IL 61350
(815) 434-0737
friends@ottawafriendship.com

Improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through informed choice and empowerment, continued education, recreation, paid work training, living supports, community integration, and community employment.


PACTT Learning Center

7101 N. Greenview Ave Chicago, IL 60626
(773) 338-9102
info@pactt.org

To assist children and adults ages 18 and older in reaching their potential, PACTT offers 24-hour residential care in a Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA).  Each group home houses 8 individuals with a primary diagnosis of autism.


Park Lawn

10833 S. LaPorte Oak Lawn, IL 60453
(708) 425-7377
info@parklawn.com

Park Lawn provides various residential opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. Each is attuned to the individual needs and capabilities of the residents.


Pasadena Villa the Stables Autism Program 

3889 Wonderland Ln, Sevierville, TN 37862 
866.319.8270

The Intensive Residential Treatment, clients receive the highest level of around-the-clock supervision and support. By living onsite, clients have access to continuous care and constant support and participate in a variety of individualized therapy and education.


Pioneer Center for Human Services

4031 W Dayton St McHenry, IL 60050
(815) 344-1230

Our goal is to help individuals live as independently and productively as possible throughout their lives, while receiving the support they need to live safely.


Rainbow Acres

2120 W. Reservation Loop Road Camp Verde, AZ 86322
(928) 567-5231
info@rainbowacres.com

A not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization. A private-pay assisted living community for individuals 18 years and above with developmental disabilities.


Ray Graham Association

901 Warrenville Road, Suite 500 Lisle, IL 60532
630-620-2222
info@raygraham.org

Works with people with disabilities to provide residential, life skills, life coaching, day program, employment, recreational and family support services.


Progressive Careers and Housing

20180 Governors Drive Suite 300
Olympia Fields, IL 60461
Phone: (708) 283-1530

Our CILA homes offer a variety of housing options as well as comprehensive services to encourage individuals to grow and further their independence.


Rimland

1265 Hartrey Avenue Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 328-4090

Our 18 residential homes are spread throughout Chicagoland, with the majority of our homes centered in Evanston. Each residence is gender-specific and home to 3-8 individuals, with no more than 2 residents per room.


Riverside Foundation

14588 West Highway 22 Lincolnshire, IL 60069
(847) 634-3973

Group homes let residents live independently with assistance in a supportive, cooperative environment and provide neighborhood living and a sense of community.


Sertoma Centre, Inc

4343 W. 123rd Street Alsip, IL 60803
(708) 371-9700
info@sertomacentre.org

CILA - Provides 24-hour support and supervision to individuals living in a shared home in local communities. With support of house personnel, residents are empowered to take ownership of their home, participate in their local community, and learn skills that promote independence.


Shore Community Services

info@shoreservices.org

1827 Brummel St Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 864-5980

8350 Laramie Ave. Skokie, IL 60077
(847) 982-2030

Shore offers a variety of residential programs for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities who are semi-independent to those in need of 24-hour staff supervision.


St. Coletta's of Illinois

18350 Crossing Drive
Tinley Park, IL 60487
Phone: (708) 342-5200

The consumers receive support from the caring, highly trained staff, who provide assistance with daily routines, community integration, and behavioral therapies.


St. Louis Life

929 Rolling Thunder Drive O'Fallon, MO 63368
(636) 561-1900
Info@stlouislife.org

St. Louis Life is a community-based, residential program for young adults with developmental disabilities.


Stephen's Place

501 SE Ellsworth Road Vancouver, WA 98664
(360) 984-3600

We partner with families to provide a loving, supportive adult care home for adults with developmental disabilities.


Streator Unlimited, Inc.

305 N. Sterling St Streator, IL 61364
(815) 673-5574

SU offers five group homes which are staffed 100% of the time. They are funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services as Community Integrated Living Arrangements.


Tazewell County Resource Centers (TCRC)

21310 Illinois Route 9 Tremont, IL 61568
(309) 347-7148
info@tcrcorg.com

Residential programs at TCRC provide a homelike environment and 24 hour a day supports for individuals with developmental disabilities.


Transitions of Western Illinois

4409 Maine Street Quincy, IL 62305
(217) 223-0413

Transitions operates a number of group homes and apartments that provide safe and affordable housing to adults who have a serious mental illness or an intellectual/developmental disability.


Treasure House

7815 W. Aspera Blvd Glendale, AZ 85308
(602) 714-8189
info@treasurehouse.org

Treasure House will be home to 24 young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as six Community Assistants as they share life together.


Trinity Services Inc.

2081 Calistoga Drive, Suite 1S New Lenox, IL  60451
(815) 485-6197
jklouse@trinity-services.org

Trinity Living Centers are located near Trinity's main campus. Three 16-person residential programs enable adults with developmental disabilities to achieve their greatest potential. TLC staff provide assistance in achieving greater independence in all aspects of life, including social, recreational, personal care, and daily living skills. An outcome-oriented approach is used in planning for services so each individual's personal priorities are the focus of services and support. As an alternative to institutional living, the homes are constructed so that each person has his/her own bedroom and storage space. Each individual and his/her family choose personal goals, and needed services are identified, including nursing services when appropriate. Typically, several staff members are available during the day and evening hours to work with individuals in needed areas and to provide support for recreational activities, as well as overnight staff. Ages: 18 years and up


UCP Seguin Greater Chicago

3100 South Central Avenue Cicero, IL 60804
(708) 863-3803
info@seguin.org

UCP Seguin provides residential care to adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs in a variety of ways. UCP Seguin provides twenty-four hour residential care as well as intermittent residential care and both in-home and weekend respite care.


Urban Autism Solutions

1212 W. Flournoy St. Chicago, IL 60607

Founded in 2012, Urban Autism Solutions (UAS) is dedicated to changing outcomes for young adults (17-35) with autism through an integrated community life that advances social and vocational opportunities.


Warren Achievement Center, Inc.

1220 E. 2nd Ave Monmouth, IL 61462
(309) 734-3131

Residential services are designed to enable adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enjoy the independence of having a home of their own near family and friends.


Willowglen Academy

701 W Lamm Rd Freeport, IL 61032
(815) 233-6162
contactIL@willowglen-il.com

Our CILA certified adult group homes are licensed for eight consumers. Each group home has a 12-person passenger van for accessing the community.