As part of its ongoing goal to help children with developmental and behavioral disabilities integrate into the community and live more independently, Damar Services operates a number of group homes offering a secure and supportive environment.
Youth- usually ages 14 and older- receive 24-hour supervision and training in homes with six to eight children. Services providing structure and support in daily living, community integration and behavior plans are the focus. Mental health treatment is also available as needed.
Damar Group Homes are funded primarily by Medicaid and are licensed by the Indiana State Department of Health. Referrals for Group Home placement can be made through the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services.
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