United Helpers offers homes and personalized services for people with developmental disabilities.
Individualized Residential Alternatives or IRAs accommodate small groups of individuals. Each is staffed 24/7 by trained professionals who help manage the day-to-day life activities and support people with achieving their personalized goals.
Work, Socialization, Skills
United Helpers Day Habilitation programs encourage adults who have developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injury to gain volunteer, community and work experience and recreational enrichment. Day Habilitation promotes life skills through a broad range of fun, stimulating activities, from crafts to exercise to music therapy to computer skills. We’ll work with you to develop a person-centered care plan that connects you to the community services you need. Plus, we’ll coordinate those services for you.
United Helpers is accredited by CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership. Accreditation means that United Helpers adheres to the following:
- Basic Assurances® - Ensuring fundamental safeguards related to health, safety and human security
- Personal Outcome Measures® - Supporting and empowering people to achieve their goals and dreams
- Person-Centered Excellence - Demonstrating organizational commitment
CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership is an international non-profit, virtual organization dedicated to the definition, measurement, and improvement of personal quality of life. CQL’s vision is a world of dignity, opportunity, and community for all people.
Support in finding your way
Our Navigator is here to help you understand our services better and make informed decisions with confidence. Just contact our Navigator or call (315) 714-3117 for assistance.