Adult Residential

Melmark’s service divisions in New England and Pennsylvania have several attractive, community-based residences. Melmark Pennsylvania also offers campus-based residential options. In both settings, our comprehensive resources meet the unique residential and clinical needs of individuals who need significant-to-moderate support for their daily living and for managing challenging behaviors.

 

Our programs serve:

  • Medically fragile adults who may require 24-hour nursing care
  • Individuals who need significant-to-moderate support for their daily living needs
  • Adults who can live relatively independently in the community with staff assistance

 

Whether living in a campus residence or a community-based setting, all of the adults served by Melmark have regular access to innovative health, social and recreational services designed to promote individual confidence, independence, and community integration.

 

Adult Residential Program - New England

Funding Streams - Melmark New England

Funding streams for adult services can include public and private sources including:

  • MA Department of Developmental Services
  • SSDI, Veteran benefits, and other government funding sources
  • Personal and Special Needs Trusts
  • Insurance/Legal settlements
  • Private Pay
  • Philanthropic Contributions including outright and planned gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations, Donor Advised Funds and Charitable Trusts

 

Adult Residential Programs - Pennsylvania

Funding Streams - Melmark Pennsylvania

Funding for Melmark’s services can come from a number of public and private sources including:

  • Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) community and campus-based programs
  • Consolidated Waiver programs
  • Person/Family Directed Support Waiver
  • Out-of-State Referrals

 

Private funding streams include:

  • Private pay resources
  • Trusts
  • Insurance/Legal settlements
  • Other financial models

Background information on resources and topics relating to adult residential programs and services can be found by visiting Understanding the Office of Developmental Programs in Pennsylvania: Mental Retardation and Autism Services (copyright © 2010 Vision for Equality, Inc.); PAR and MAX Association.