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BRINGING MEANING

to the lives of people

who lack essential support

and encouragement.

BRINGING MEANING

to the lives of people

who lack essential support

and encouragement.

HOW TO

QUALIFY FOR SERVICES

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Residential Programs in D.C.: Under a Human Care Agreement with the District of Columbia, Frontline provides residential and psychological services to over 60 persons with ID/DD.To qualify for services, persons in need apply to the Department on Disability Services in Washington D.C. They are screened and assessed, and referred to a licensed agency for appropriate services and supports that include supported living, in home supports, respite, and professional services such as behavioral, occupational therapy, physical therapy, nutritional, music, speech and language, physical fitness training, etc.As a residential provider, Frontline has a staff force of over 250 who are well-trained on policies, procedures, regulations, health care plans, side effects of medication, signs and symptoms of illness, recreational planning, documentation and behavioral plans and on the prevention of abuse and neglect.

In the state of Maryland, Frontline has launched a transitional housing program by providing a safe haven for two women in dire need of housing. One of them had been spending her days and nights at a bus stop in Takoma Park for months. A local city council member and police chief assisted in convincing her to accept the offer of help. This has turned out to be a major blessing since the 2017/2018 winter in Maryland and Washington D.C. is one of the coldest in recent memory.

 

SMALL COMMUNITIES

LARGE IMPACT

HOME AND COMMUNITY-BASED

SERVICES WE OFFER

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SUPPORTED LIVING

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BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS

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IN HOME SUPPORTS

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RESPITE SERVICES

SUPPORTED LIVING

Through the Supported Living Services, Frontline seeks to enhance a person’s quality of life. Persons admitted to the Supported Living Program, are provided services in carefully chosen residential settings. These homes serve no more than 3 persons living together. These services are available for persons at various levels of need. Supported Living Periodic and Supported Living with Transportation are also provided. Frontline’s Registered Nurses provide routine nursing supports to the many persons served and coordinate with their physicians, clinicians, hospitals, clinics and nutritionists.

BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS

Licensed behaviour psychologists provide behavioral support and counseling to people in the residential program. Our psychologists also support people in other agencies in the District of Columbia. Frontline’s behaviour support program has the following features:

 

  • Professional services by licensed psychologists.
  • Paraprofessional services supervised by licensed professionals.
  • Behavior Support Plans developed by experienced professional.
  • Psychological counseling.
  • Psych-therapy sessions.
  • Behavior Diagnostic Assessments.

IN HOME SUPPORTS

In-Home Support Services are provided to persons in their natural homes or in the homes of unpaid caregivers. Such services are offered

  • For up to eight (8) hours per day, 7 days a week.
  • Frontline staff provide assistance with
  • Individual habilitation needs.
  • Personal and personalized care.
  • Home-maker supports.
  • Assistance with diet and nutrition.
  • Skills training and development.

RESPITE SERVICES

Frontline provides Respite services to individuals who are displaced on a short term. Such tentative services may be required due to the absence or need for relief to the primary caregiver. During respite, a person will receive all needed supports – health care, food and nutrition, personal care, and community integration.

WHO WE ARE

Frontline Community Services, recognized in the greater Washington D.C. area for dedicated supports and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). The agency has a proven track record of person-centered planning and effective program implementation.

The Frontline team supports persons with disabilities to make strides in life; supporting them from dependence to the highest level of independence; as persons who have a contribution to make to the communities of which they are a part.

301-588-0246

CUSTOMER SERVICE

communications@frontlinecs.org

EMAIL ADDRESS

11720 Beltsville Drive, Suite 700, Beltsville, MD 20705.

LOCATION

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