Supportive Living

Supportive Living provides a variety of supportive services for adults with a developmental disability or traumatic brain injury.

This service provides individualized support that enables our clients to live as independently as possible in the community. We assist with developing daily living skills, enhance participation in the community, help people live in the least restrictive settings possible and have maximum choice and control over their lives.

The program is consumer-directed and focuses on consumer needs and preferences. We emphasize the diverse and unique abilities of each person served, while at the same time providing a safe, well supervised environment.
Services Offered
  • Organization-sponsored housing and supportive services in the community.

  • Person-centered approach in service planning and coordination.

  • Staff supervision and support both at home and in the community.

  • Assessments, advocacy, information, and referrals.

  • Recreation activities and behavior management.
Contact Information
Kris Dambach
Program Director

Catholic Charities
702 S. High Point Road, Ste. 209
Madison, WI 53719
P: (608) 826-8030
F: (608) 826-8028
2015 Service Results
  • 97% of clients maintained or improved their living environment.

  • 100% of clients had opportunities to participate in the community.


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