Harbor House

Programs & Services

  1. Adult Day Training

    The ADT services provide person-centered, goal-oriented day services for adults with disabilities. Services are available five days a week from 8 AM to 4 PM. ADT staff encourages each participant to live up to their full potential. The ADT program provides life skills activities such as daily living skills, communication, budgeting, writing, computer skills, arts and crafts, cooking, gardening, friendship building, self advocacy, health and safety, using community resources, and more!

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  2. Community Living Support

    This service is provided through the SCL waiver for participants that do not live in the staff residence. CLS services are goal-oriented in person-centered. The staff works one on one with participants in the community to provide training and/or assistance with skills that they would like to achieve activities include: personal goals, educational, recreational or social skills.

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  3. Personal Assistance (PA)

    This service is provided through SCL waiver for participants that do not live in a staffed residence. The participant receives assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, community activities or activities of daily living.

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  4. Respite

    This service is only available for participants that live at home with their family. It is provided when a family needs a brief period of relief apart from the participants for whom they care. Respite is provided at the Bramer Respite House.

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  5. Supported Employment

    Employment coordinators work with the Kentucky Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to help candidates find jobs in the community based on their skills and interest. Our house also provides on the job training and educational services to help participants further their skills for workforce.

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  6. Bulk Mail & Fulfillment Services

    Harbor house is on site employment, the Mail Fulfillment Center, allows participants to work and earn a paycheck. Mail work may include stuffing envelopes, inserting, tapping, labeling, etc. This employment provides participants with work skills that can assist them in obtaining and maintaining community employment. Some of these skills include completing work assignments, time management and working with others.

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  7. Home Sweet Home Cleaning Service

    Our Home Sweet Home program is designed to nurture inter-generational relationships by employing and training individuals with disabilities to provide in-home services to individuals and families who are unable to perform tasks like light housekeeping, laundry or grocery shopping.

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  8. Transportation

    Transportation is a service available to a person to gain access to integrated waiver and other community services, activities, resources, and organizations typically utilized by the general population. The service can be provided when transportation is not otherwise customarily available through natural supports or is included as an element of another SCL waiver service.

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