Residential care facilities provide support for adults who qualify for care in residential settings. Residential care facilities are community-based settings that allow for maximum individual independence while tailoring services to individual needs. Often these settings are appropriate for frail seniors and adults with disabilities who need more personal assistance and supervision than possible with care at home. Some of the Adult Residential Care Services are listed below.
- Meal and Homemaker Services
- Personal Care and Individually Tailored Supports
- Nursing Care
- Licensed Facilities
Supportive Housing Services
Supportive housing services provide housing combined with community based support services to aging adults and adults with disabilities who are residents of federally assisted housing. These services include professional service coordination in addition to non-medical support services.
Each supportive housing is run by local housing authorities, and services are tailored to individual needs that may include:
- Meals and Homemaker Services
- Personal Assistance and Nursing Care
To find out more about these services contact NH ServiceLink at (866) 634-9412.