Helping individuals reach their full potential.
A private, not-for-profit agency, Franklin County Residential Services (FCRS) has been a trusted resource for temporary and long-term residential options for individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities in central Ohio for more than 30 years.
With a focus on providing individuals with the tools and resources needed to reach their full potential, FCRS employs a highly trained staff of professionals to develop personalized plans that address the needs and goals of each individual.
FCRS recognizes the importance of community, and works with individuals to forge connections within the communities in which they live and work.
FCRS offers two options for long-term residential care:
Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) — this program features small group living (four individuals per home) with a staff member on site at all times to provide assistance.
Supported Living — this program supports individuals who reside either alone or with roommates in apartments, condominiums, and single family homes throughout Franklin County. They receive help and services as needed.
The residential programs are monitored by the Franklin County Job & Family Services, the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, the Ohio Department of Health, and the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services. Special regulations are mandated by these agencies which include the Federal Medicaid Standards and State of Ohio Licensure regulations. The supports and services in all homes and within all programs are mandated to comply with the legislated Rights of the Individuals with Developmental Disabilities.
For more information about FCRS long-term residential options, please contact us.