What does home mean to you? With a wide range of housing possibilities, we can provide you with an environment best suited to fulfill your wishes and meet your wants and needs. If you choose to live in one of our homes, a nurse will become a part of your support team. Their role is to assure that all of your healthcare needs are coordinated between the proper medical professionals and your Arc of Ulster-Greene staff. They can also serve as the initial go-to person when a medical issue arises.
Traditional Family Homes
We can provide you with a home-like setting right in your community. In our traditional homes, you may have a roommate and will live with anywhere between two and ten people who will share meals, activities and friendship.
In a supervised apartment, you will typically share an apartment, but have your own bedroom and access to 24-hour on-site staff within your building. We will meet your needs, providing you with necessary services and creating the right combination of assistance and independence.
Our supported apartments provide you with the opportunity to live most independently but still receive some help, such as assistance with finances and transportation/support for medical visits. These homes are designed to allow you self-sufficiency, with a few hours of staff assistance per week.