Lakeshore Community Services, Inc.


A Community of Support

Programs & Services

Lakeshore Community Services, Inc. offers the following programs and services to support individuals with intellectual disabilities and serious and persistent mental illness:

Community Homes

Spacious, bright single-family homes in quiet neighborhoods have been the trademark of the core service offered by Lakeshore Community Services. The agency has its roots in quality care for individuals with intellectual disabilities in settings well integrated in the local community.

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Fairfield Retirement

Over 60? Struggling with the rigors of daily programs that no longer seem to suit your physical stamina? Lakeshore's Fairfield Retirement Program is designed to meet the needs of persons no longer prepared or able to face the world of work.

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Life Skills

Not everyone gains a level of comfort in the daily regimen of a sheltered workshop or an adult activities center. For those who struggle with these settings, Lakeshore offers Life Skills, a program tailored to the individual needs of persons in need of options.

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Family Living

Lifesharing through Family Living offers individuals with intellectual disabilities the option to share their lives with members of the community in an extraordinary way. In the Lifesharing program a family is “matched” to a person seeking the comfort and support of that traditional setting.

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Supported Living

For some, the community can be an intimidating place. Negotiating the complexity of finding a suitable place to live, a meaningful job, or even enough to eat can be overwhelming. For these individuals, Lakeshore offers Supported Living.

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Blended Case Management

Lakeshore Community Services, Inc. provides Blended Case Management for adults 18 years and older who have serious and persistent mental illness.  This program operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  The Blended Case Management Program aims to provide flexible, racially and culturally appropriate, person-directed services that assure that individuals succeed in their chosen environments, increase their independence and in turn maintain a sense of identity, dignity and self-esteem.  

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Mobile Medication Monitoring

Lakeshore Community Services, Inc. provides Mobile Medication Monitoring for adults 18 years and older who have serious and persistent mental illness.  This program operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and provides both direct and indirect supports.  The Mobile Medication Monitoring Program is designed to increase individuals’ knowledge and skills regarding their medications, potential side effects and their illness.  Mobile Medication Monitoring staff monitor the medications of participants in the program, assist in obtaining and packing medications and ensure the individual is taking the medication consistently and safely as prescribed by their doctor. 

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Housing Support

Lakeshore Community Services, Inc. provides Housing Support for adults 18 years and older who have serious and persistent mental illness.  The Housing Support Program provides both direct and indirect supports.  Housing Support staff assist individuals with accessing and maintaining affordable housing of good quality in a community environment in an effort to reduce the need for higher levels of care. 

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