Helping Out People Environments

Services & Supports


Host Home Provider

This department looks for dedicated adults that are willing to provide a safe and positive life for adults with developmental disabilities inside their personal homes. You are committing to share your home with 1 or 2 individuals with disabilities. This department is designed to provide support to these individuals with disabilities with skills such as meal preparation, daily living needs, etc.

If you are looking for work that is challenging and offers opportunities for personal growth, please send a resume and applications to:

Shunquel Jones/ Host Home 

DDP Case Manager

[email protected]


Community Residential Alternative Services

CRA services are targeted for participants who require intense levels of support. These services are a range of interventions with a particular focus on training and support in one or more of the following areas: eating and drinking, toileting, personal grooming and healthcare, dressing, communication, interpersonal relationships, mobility, home management, and use of leisure time. CRA services are individually planned and tailored to meet the specific needs of the participant and to accommodate fluctuations in his or her needs for various services.

Michael Washington/Owner, Director of Residential

[email protected]

478-238-6269 ext 203

Community Living Supports 

CLS services are individually tailored supports that assist with the acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to a participant; continued residence in his or her own or family home. This is not for anyone currently living in a Community Living Arrangement (group home). Personal care assistance may be a component part of CLS services but may not comprise the entirely of the services. CLS services are offered to participants who live in their own or family home only.

If you are interested in these services, please contact our dynamic team leader:

Saterial Willis/ CLS Coordinator

[email protected]


Community Access Services 

CAG services are designed to assist the participant in acquiring, retaining or improving self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills required for active community participation and independent functioning outside the participant’s home or family home. These services are interventions in the areas of social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development and may include training in the areas of daily living skills (including leisure/recreation skills); communication training; mobility training; programming to reduce inappropriate and or manipulative behaviors and training in the use of common community resources. We are now offering these great programs in Macon, Georgia and Byron, Georgia.

If you are interested in these services, please contact our dynamic team leader for the Macon office:

Emeko Hall/ Day Program Coordinator- Macon

[email protected]


Erica Lavender/ Day Program Coordinator- Byron

[email protected]

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