Vinfen offers a wide range of short- and long-term, service-enriched housing to people with mental health conditions. This range offers varying levels of assistance, from supported independent living to highly intensive residential settings.
Supported housing services provide people with periodic support from Vinfen staff while they live independently or with family or friends in their own house or apartment. Staff visit the person’s home to address daily living and other needs. Subsidies may be available to help make housing affordable.
Cooperative housing is available to people with mental health conditions who choose to live with others or are awaiting independent housing. This service helps people attain the skills and confidence needed to live happy and productive lives.
Our Group Living Environments (GLEs), Supported Independent Environments (SIEs), and Intensive Group Living Environments (IGLEs) provide people with a safe, comfortable, group home while they work to address specific barriers they face to living independently. Housing settings vary in size and staffing intensity. Most often, eight people live together in a house with staff available 24-hours a day, 365-days a year. Vinfen’s staff partner with family members, guardians, and other providers to help people achieve their personal goals and build the skills needed for greater independence.
Staff help people manage responsibilities of daily life, including meal planning and preparation, transportation to medical appointments, managing personal finances as well as fostering social connections, friendships, and community membership while respecting and celebrating the person’s culture, strengths, and contributions.
Vinfen provides a comprehensive set of residential services for people living with acquired brain injuries. Services range from 24-hour residential supports to community-based individual supports.
Our 24-hour residential support services provide individuals with brain injury a safe, comfortable home that is closely connected to family members, friends, and their community. Individuals are assisted by a team of support professionals, who coordinate medical care, provide transportation to medical appointments, and assist with activities of daily living including meal planning and preparation and managing personal finances. We work with individuals to foster social connections, friendships, and community membership while respecting and celebrating the individual’s personal choices, culture, talents, and contributions.
We provide services and supports for a variety of activities that may be provided regularly or intermittently and are determined necessary. These services include locating appropriate housing, managing personal finances, health, shopping, and use of community resources, community safety, and other social and adaptive skills to live in the community. ISCH provides supports necessary for the individual to establish, live in, and maintain a household of their choosing in the community with the goal to become more independent, integrated, and productive in their communities. These services must be provided in-person.
Vinfen offers non-medical care, supervision, and socialization, provided to a person with a brain injury. Companions may assist or supervise the individual with tasks such as meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, and shopping. This service is provided in accordance with a therapeutic goal in the service plan.
Vinfen offers a comprehensive range of residential services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and families to select from. This range offers varying levels of support from independent living to highly supervised settings.
Our 24-hour residential support services provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities with a safe, comfortable home that is closely connected to family members, friends, and their community. Two to five individuals typically live together with varying levels of staff support ratios based on the needs of the individuals being served. Vinfen’s dedicated, highly–trained staff partner with family members, guardians, and other providers to help individuals achieve their personal goals and build skills needed for greater independence.
Staff also assist individuals with managing responsibilities of daily life, meal planning and preparation, transportation to medical appointments, and managing personal finances. We work with individuals to foster social connections, friendships, and community membership while respecting and celebrating the individual’s culture, talents, and contributions.
Vinfen offers residential services to individuals with complex needs in the community through our specialized residential services. We provide these services to adults who have intensive medical needs, adults with autism, and young adults who are transitioning from living with their families to more independent settings.
Shared Living is a supported living arrangement where an individual, couple, or family share their home and life’s experiences with a person with an intellectual or developmental disability. Shared Living arrangements closely replicate a private home experience and maximize the individual’s independence and quality of life. Shared Living providers are pre-screened, professionally trained, and matched with an individual. They provide a safe and comfortable home environment and support the individual with tasks such as meal preparation, medication administration, arrangement of and transportation to medical appointments, as well as socialization and participation in the community.
Emergency residential services are available for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who need short-term residential and day supports. The program provides clinical stabilization for individuals who may be in crisis or in need of temporary housing and works to re-integrate the individual back into his or her permanent living arrangement.
Individual Supports is a service model where an individual with an intellectual and developmental disability lives independently in their own home or apartment with intermittent support from Vinfen staff. Vinfen works with individuals and their families to develop a personalized model that meets the individual’s needs. This person-centered service is intended to help individuals attain the highest possible level of independence to live happy, productive, and valued lives.
Services may include assistance with transportation, medication administration, meal planning, managing personal finances, social activity planning, representative payee, and management of benefits.