Developmental Disability Support ONLY. Call or go in to begin the application process to determine eligibility for services.
Reedsport Clients are Eligible for services through Douglas CLCM OR can be referred to Coos Bay Southern Oregon Regional Brokerage for the SAME services.
The program documents eligibility for services and funding; assesses individual needs; assists the individual and his/her family to obtain services; coordinates individual's plan for work, training, medical care, recreation and living situation; monitors the provision of services; provides consultation to providers and families and is responsible for the appropriateness and quality of services to individual clients. CLCM also provides complaint and grievance issues with all contracted provider organization.
Employment and Alternatives to Employment refers to a variety of day programs that employ people in a sheltered or non-sheltered settings, can assist in finding community based jobs or offer opportunities to individuals for integration into the community, recreational, social or therapeutic supports.
ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES:
Investigates reports of abuse.
Support Services or Brokerages are responsible to purchase services and supports needed for individuals who in their own home or in their family's homes. Services may include: employment, personal care, respite, skills training, community integration, budgeting, chores/household maintenance, and consultation services for family training of medical and clinical needs
In home comprehensive services are those services that through the provision of flexible, efficient and person centered supports, allow an adult person to remain in his or her home. These services are intended to maximize, empower and provide self-sufficiency and supports so that the persons medical, behavioral and social needs are addressed. Services may include respite care, nursing, home modifications, personal adaptive equipment, personal/hygiene care, clinical or medical consultation, cooking and community supports.
Crisis services are offered to individuals who are eligible civil commitment under Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) 427 and for children with development disabilities who are at risk of out-of-home placement. Support to maintain an individual in the community may include homemaker services, in-home staff support, non-medical transportation, physical adaptations to the home, respite care, special diet services, adaptive equipment, short-term residential and/or vocational services, professional consultation, assessment and evaluation.