- 4 ICF-IID group homes
- 2 DDA group homes
MCH has 4 ICF-IID group homes in Macon and Jackson Counties. These group homes serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and must offer active treatment, on-going training to promote independence. Each home has 6 beds and is located in a residential area, and is staffed by 24-hour awake staff.
MCH also operates 2 DDA facilities in Franklin. These facilities serve 6 clients and 3 clients respectively who are supported by NC Innovations, a Medicaid waiver, or state funding, as well as domiciliary care through the Department of Social Services. Training to promote independence is provided, and there is 24-hour staffing.
Macon Citizens Enterprises (MCE) is a day program for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and serves both MCH and community clients. Clients must be at least 18 to participate and have a funding source. MCE clients may participate in paid work, training to learn jobs, or participate in a retirement activity program for older adults with IDD. MCE offers a unique fitness program, with a fully-equipped, supervised fitness center.
- Residential Supports
- Day Supports
- In-Home Skill Building
- Personal Care Services
- Community Networking
- Alternative Family Living
MCH provides AFL services as well as community-based services through NC Innovations including Day Supports, In-Home Skill Building, Personal Care Services, and Community Networking.