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Ridgway Residential Services

Ridgway Residential Services

What We Offer

The Greater of Dubois and Kean Area Residential Services was the first program offered by LCS and was the promoter that resulted in the creation of the organization. 

We provide residential care for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Some have complex medical or behavioral needs. Homes are staffed 24 hours a day with a well-trained work force that assists individuals in all areas of daily living.  Community involvement, participation and offering individuals an every-day life is the driving mission of the program. Our fundamental goals include fostering skills of individual independence and providing person centered planning while ensuing health, safety and continuity of care.

Our Program Provides:

  • A welcoming environment, open to individuals of all ages
  • Homes that are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Personalized, professional, Direct Support Professionals (DSP)
  • In-home personal care
  • Many opportunities for community involvement
  • Transportation to work or day programs as well as outings in the community and home visits
  • We are commited to developing and maintaining open and honest communication with people, families, and others of the individual’s choice to participate in this process

About Us

Lakeshore Community Services, Inc. (LCS) of The Greater of Dubois and Kean Area has its roots in quality care for individuals with intellectual disabilities in settings well-integrated in the local community. In a Lakeshore Community Services home, an individual can expect a program that protects their dignity and health while affording the opportunity to develop new and fulfilling relationships.

Our staff focus on an individual’s unique qualities and dreams as they assist each individual.  This helps to build competence and develop relationships in the community.


Our compassionate staff is standing by, ready to answer any questions you may have. 
Call or email us today at:
814 772.1921