RBHA's Adult ID program provides person-centered supports to individuals with an intellectual disability at least 18 years of age and older. Through the planning process, the individual works with their support coordinator to:
- Identify needed supports to achieve a good life.
- Link to resources within the community that meet these needs such as day support, supported employment, and financial supports.
- Collaborate with a wide variety of professionals, programs, and agencies in the community to advocate and deliver supports.
- Promote participation within the community.
- Monitor the individual’s changing needs and ensure the individual continues to receive beneficial services.
While receiving Adult Support Coordination services, individuals are linked to supports located throughout the community. Additional services and supports are based on available funding and can include Summer Camp, Supported Employment (Individual), Supported Employment (Enclave), and Sheltered Employment.
Monitoring and Coordinating the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver
- The support coordinator will determine eligibility for the DD waiver.
- For additional information on the DD Waiver, please refer to the DD Waiver section
Summer Camp Funding
- We provide a limited amount of funding for adults to attend summer camp at Camp Baker. Camp provides a structured, social, and safe environment for adults to attend for one week at a time. Camp Baker provides both day and overnight summer camps.
Supported Employment Services and Sheltered Employment Services
- Individuals can be linked to DARS (Department of Aging and Rehabilitation Services- DARS) for assistance with obtaining employment and job training in the community.
- We also offer limited financial assistance when available for the following types of job placements: Supported Employment (Individual); Supported Employment (Enclave); and Sheltered Employment. For more information about these types of placements, visit Goodwill of Central Virginia or ARC/Civitan
- RBHA employs psychologists and psychiatrists to provide evaluations and continued mental health monitoring.
- For more information, please refer to the Mental Health Services page.
- We link to the GRTC and provide funding based on the transportation needs of the family to help assist with attending medical appointments and accessing community resources.
To Get Started, Please Contact:
Adult ID Intake Clinician:
Adult ID Manager: