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Community Living Centers enriches residents with disabilities through art and adventure

November 1st, 2019 Back to Browse Stories

Residents with the Community Living Centers are living and learning through arts and adventure.


Community Living Centers enhances the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Located in Oakland County, Community Living Centers care for approximately 125 developmentally disabled individuals through :

  • Residential Living Program for adults living in our owned/leased and operated homes
  • Assisted Independent Living Program for adults living in homes and apartments
  • Respite Care Program for children and adults living in their own homes

Focused on getting the residents active in the community, many participate in a creative drawing class hosted by a volunteer.

With a grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, several residents with Community Living Centers were able to go on a rare vacation to Traverse City, Michigan. Residents stayed in a 1970s-themed house decorated to their liking and played air hockey, ping pong, bowling, visited the zoo and more.

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