24 Hour Residential Services
To The Rescue provides 24-hour residential housing and services for individuals with disabilities. Our single-family homes are in neighborhoods close to community resources that include shopping, transportation, and entertainment.
To the Rescue collaborates with families, individuals with disability and case managers to develop Individualized Service Plans (ISPs) and continually adjust service plans as individuals reach new goals or their needs change.
Our residents live in a small group setting and receive all the support they need. However, they also enjoy the same types of independence and freedom they would have living on their own. Our round-the-clock, 24-hour staff provides assistance with meal preparation, medication administration, daily activities, and transportation.
Every individual in our residential housing is actively involved in planning their daily routine and the services they need to be successful.
Our Services include:
- Life Skills Development
- Opportunities to participate in community activities, Day Programs, and Vocational Employment programs
- Community Integration utilizing our Community Supportive Living
- Hourly services
- Transportation services
- Family involvement and support
- Medication management
- 24-hour support
- Quality Assurance
To The Rescue in Iowa is opening new supportive community living homes
We are currently accepting referrals for new supportive community living homes in Cedar Rapids and surrounding communities. Located in residential neighborhoods, these single family homes are being designed to provide tailored services and supports for individuals with disabilities.
Several of our homes focus on meeting the needs of individuals with Autism. Personalized support is provided that includes ongoing opportunities for community engagement while respecting each individual’s need for structure and routine.
To The Rescue provides services for individuals with personalized services and numerous opportunities to take part in everyday activities of self-discovery, life enrichment, and other life skills and beginnings such as:
- Learning new skills
- Socializing with family and friends
- Managed household chores, cooking, nutrition
- Discovering new hobbies
- Improving independence
- Participating in community events
For more information call Ingrid Wensel at 319-826-6068 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our form online