Community Living Services
Putnam County Comprehensive Services provides 24 hour support, 7 days a week!
PCCS is a not-for-profit, community based agency responsible for providing a comprehensive network of services to persons with disabilities since 1992.
Our community living program serves individuals of all ages, providing respite; res. hab. supports community habilitation and supported living. We serve individuals in their homes as well as in the community. We can provide up to 24 hours a day of support. We currently provide services in 26 counties.
Funding may be from Medicaid waiver for DD, Autism, A&D, and TBI; we also do services through Choice and state line item services.
Supports may include, but are not limited to:
*Activities of daily living
*Budget and money management
*Instruction in planning and preparation of nutritious meals
*Basic home care and maintenance (adult daily living skills)
*Assistance with personal care needs
*Health and safety
*Community based activities
Teresa Human (Director of Community Living Services)
765-653-9763 ext. 113
PCCS’s Day Service program provides adults who have developmental disabilities with training and supports designed to assist individuals with becoming as independent as possible and to build or improve personal skills through structured pre-vocational, educational and recreational training activities and programs. With a focus on integrating individuals with disabilities into the community. PCCS provides training in both a facility and community setting.
Day Services Staff Qualifications:
PCCS requires our Day Services Staff to posses the following qualifications;
* High School diploma or GED
* CPR and First Aid Certification
* Valid Drivers License and Insurance
* Background checks completed
* On-going training as specified