key points

• Services and support are individualized to meet specific needs, e.g., from 10 or less hours per week to 24 hours per day.

• Services are not time limited.

• People experience presence and participation in community life.

• People have opportunities to develop relationships with family and friends

• People gain personal dignity and respect in and from the community.

• People make choices and express preferences.

• People develop and exercise personal competence.

• Comprehensive and integrated supports are available to assist with day service and vocational goals.

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personalized services

Personal Profiling and Positive Futures Planning
Empowers people to make choices and expand their circle of friends.

Community Participation
Helps people become involved in community activities of their choice, such as health clubs, classes, sports, etc.

Personal Effectiveness Training
Facilitates self-advocacy by improving assertive communication.

Systematic Teaching
Teaches independent life skills-such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, budgeting and developing recreational interests for successful community living.

Comprehensive Behavior Assessment and Support Plan (when needed)
Utilizes focused support strategies as well as environmental and instructional strategies

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SCIP locations

Sara Black, B.A., Director
(310) 649-0499 • (click)

For Intake & Referrals Contact:
Corporate Office – Los Angeles
5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 675, Los Angeles, CA 90045 (map))
(310) 649-0499

North Los Angeles Office
19510 Ventura Blvd., Suite 204, Tarzana, CA 91356 (map)
(818) 881-1933

Ventura County Office
2301 E. Daily Drive, Suite 201, Camarillo, CA 93010 (map)
(805) 987-5886


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Health Ins Bug


SCIP services

Supported Living Services (SLS) consist of a broad range of services provided to adults with developmental disabilities who, through a comprehensive planning process, choose to live in homes they themselves own or lease in the community. Services are tailored to meet individual needs.

“I like it here (in my own home) better than the group home because I have more privacy and freedom and nobody bothers my stuff.”

– Lucy


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