Supporting People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD) One Person at a Time Since 1975
To make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (IDD) one person at a time.
To provide an array of individually designed services and supports around community living, family, daytime activities and employment opportunities.
All people with IDD have the basic human right to lead meaningful lives with opportunities to be self-reliant and productive citizens.
CACS provides support through separated and coordinated services
Supported Living Services: Community Living empowers people to make their own life choices. Individuals are provided the support necessary to live safely and successfully in apartments or shared homes in their community.
Day Services: CACS provides community-based Day Programs based on individual’s needs. These services revolve around education, employment, hobbies and recreation.