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more than four walls and a roof

Shangri-La's direct support professionals work hard to maintain a caring, safe, and enriching home environments for individuals with disabilities at all levels of independence.

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24-Hour Group Homes

 24-Hour Group Homes 

Our neighborhood homes are as unique as the individuals who live in them. Whether it's shopping for groceries, celebrating birthdays, or Friday night movie night, we work to involve the individuals we serve in every part of home life. 

The group home setting is designed for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities who need continuous care and supervision.

Shangri-La offers 3 and 5-bedroom homes where each individual in the house has their own room. Shared spaces include the kitchen, living room, bathrooms, and yard.

Service Area

Marion County, Oregon

Eligibility  Information

Individuals must be at least 18 years of age, have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability, and an established Marion County Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP) case manager who can make a referral for services if applicable.

For intake or referral information or to schedule a tour, contact:

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Marcus

Quality Assurance &

Intake Manager
503-581-1732, x391

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"I like getting along with my housemates. We do birthday parties, going out to eat, and we take trips." 
- Steve, program participant

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Supported Living

 Supported living 

Living in neighborhood apartments or family homes, individuals in Shangri-La's Supported Living Program enjoy the opportunity to choose where and with whom they want to live. They receive on-going support, ranging from 20 hours per week to 8 or more hours per day, to help sustain their choices, safety and wellness. 

 

The supported living setting is designed for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities can live independently but still need occasional supports. Support levels are identified through the Individual Support Plan (ISP) process. 

Service Area

Marion County, Oregon

Eligibility  Information

Individuals must be at least 18 years of age, have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability, and an established Marion County Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP) case manager who can make a referral for services if applicable.

For intake or referral information or to schedule a tour, contact:

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Marcus

Quality Assurance &

Intake Manager
503-581-1732, x391

Email

Housing Assistace Program

 Housing assistance program 

Shangri-La's Housing Assistance Program (SHAP) provides permanent, supportive housing assistance to individuals and families who experience chronic homelessness. 

Participants may receive assistance with rent and are required to participate in case management to help increase skills, stability, overall wellness, and self-sufficiency. 

Service Areas

Marion and Polk Counties, Oregon

Eligibility  Information

Individuals must have a documented disability, be currently homeless by the HUD definition, and have completed a coordinated entry homeless assessment through ARCHES which resulted in a score of 10 or higher. Due to the size and nature of services, wait times for referral to this program are lengthly.

For more information, contact:

Dominique Schoessler, SHAP Housing Resource Specialist

Dominique

Housing Case Manager
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503-581-1732, x329

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"I have hope now for the first time. I know how to overcome things and am overall less stressed."

GeorgeAnne, Housing Assistance Program Participant

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