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Herbert Reid Home - Residential Services Family

Residential Services

Below are our residential services, designed for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities or mental illnesses who require daily support in a residential environment. For more information regarding funding and eligibility, kindly refer to the FAQs section.

Alternative Family Living (AFL)

Alternative Family Living (AFL) is a type of Residential Supports available to NC Innovations or State Funded members with an Intellectual/Developmental Disability (I/DD) diagnosis. AFL is a comprehensive service individually designed to meet the needs of the consumer. Habilitative services focus on the individual's ability to reside as independently as possible in the community. the individual is assisted with acquiring, improving, and retaining skills in self-help, general household management, meal preparation, personal finance management, socialization and other adaptive areas. Assistance in activities of daily living is provided per the individual's needs. Full participation in home life and community are also encouraged and supported. The AFL provider transports the individual to and from the residence to community destinations. 

An AFL provider is an individual or couple who chooses to provide Residential Supports in their home. The AFL site must be the primary residence of the AFL provider. An AFL Can be licensed or unlicensed depending on the number of members receiving services in the AFL home and the age of the consumer. An AFL provider receives payment for the services and support provided to the consumer. 

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Residential Supports

Residential Supports provides individualized services and supports to enable a person to live successfully in a Group Home setting of their choice and be an active participant in his/her community. The intended outcome of the service is to increase or maintain the person's life skills, provide the supervision needed, maximize his/her self-sufficiency, increase self determination and ensure the person's opportunity to have full membership of his/her community. Residential Supports includes supervision and assistance in activities of daily living when the individual is dependent on others to ensure health and safety. 

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Supported Living

Supported Living is a service designed to empower individuals with significant disabilities to live in their own homes. This service is particularly beneficial for individuals who possess the ability to live independently with minimal assistance or can access extensive support from alternative sources such as their family.

The North Carolina Department of 
Health and Human Services (DHHS) will be supporting a number of learning opportunities to assist Local Management Entities-Managed Care Organizations (LME-MCOs), provider organizations, people and their supports. 

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All residential services are funded through your local MCO. Your Qualified Professional (QP) will let you know if you meet criteria for the service. Funds may be limited. Contact us now for more information or visit our FAQs for frequently asked questions. >>
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