Happiness House offers clinic services, pre-vocational, residential, community and day programming for adults with both developmental and acquired disabilities, including traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, dementia/frail elderly, and spinal cord injury. These services help to improve the quality of life for adults with disabilities throughout our service region.
Clinical therapy services including occupational, physical, speech, and aquatic therapy, as well as psychology and psychiatry services.
Services to individuals with a developmental disability include residential habilitation in a certified setting, community habilitation in the person’s home or community, day habilitation, respite services, recreation and service coordination.
Program designed to assist individuals towards obtaining employment in their fields of choice, Our pre-vocational services provide practice for the retention of skills, and support for those volunteering or working to solve workplace difficulties.
Services to individuals that have sustained a traumatic brain injury include independent living skills training, structured day program, home and community based services and service coordination.
The Transition Apartments are designed to support individuals with traumatic brain injury, disabilities that qualify under the nursing home transition/diversion waiver or developmental disabilities to transition to independent living. Tenants may be transitioning from their parent’s home, a certified residential setting (IRA) or a nursing home.
Services to individuals that have sustained an injury or have a qualifying disability that places them at risk of nursing home placement include independent living skills training, structured day program, home and community based services and service coordination.