Services provided are based on each individual’s needs and desired outcomes. Whether the need is for long-term housing for a disabled individual, or transitional housing after a hospital stay, our homes can accommodate the need.
Many of our staff have served in the mental health community for years and so have a wide range of experience and expertise. All staff are thoroughly trained and have a passion for serving individuals in their chosen communities.
We are committed to providing individuals with community-based services that keep them active and engaged in their community and provide an alternative to facility-based, long-term care.
What service components are available?
Individual Service Plans (ISPs)
ISPs outline specific program plans, care provision instructions, and behavioral goals.
Behavioral Support Plans (BSPs)
BSPs are written by Aurora’s Behavioral Specialists for individuals with behavioral challenges requiring extra support.
Goal-oriented Skills Coaching
Daily living skills assistance and education
Availability for staff on-site 24/7
Room and board in a safe and healthy environment
Service coordination with other agencies
Assistance in accessing community resources
Medication assistance and education
Conflict resolution and stress management coaching
(Prospective ARA consumers must be 18 years old. Residents must agree to adhere to an individual service plan and the expectations of the program. Aurora reserves the right to assess all individuals referred for appropriateness for the program.)