Caring Solutions and Services
Because it's about people, not programs...
Caring Solutions gives full attention to each person, building personal relationships and treating everyone on the team clients, family, staff, volunteers, and donors with respect and dignity.
Prior to admission, we meet with the individual. We talk with the family, prior service providers and others who might assist us in designing the most effective solutions.
Once we begin to know our client as an individual, we partnership with families and staff to focus on what is possible for this individual. We then create whatever is necessary to provide the needed services to lead towards those outcomes.
Typically, our solutions will be provided in one of the following environments:
- In your home
- In an Individualized Supported Living (ISL) home
- In independent living
- With a host family
- In a companion home
- In a respite home
- In emergency respite
Services are currently available in St. Louis City and County, and St. Charles, Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln and Warren Counties. Caring Solutions receives referrals from the Missouri Department of Mental Health which is also funding source for most clients.
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Private pay is also accepted.
Why You Should Care
- Our individual approach gives us the best outcomes for our clients.
- Our work truly makes a difference in people's lives and in the community.
- Our partnership with family, client, and staff results in the best, most realistic potential.
- Our appreciation for our staff members and their satisfaction produces a positive environment for everyone in which to live and work.
Caring Solutions provides a very unique program for people with disabilities. First, we recognize that these individuals are our clients. We have a responsibility to make every effort to meet their needs as efficiently and effectively as possible, while always working to maintain the dignity and respect that we would want to receive.
We also know that individuals have every right to choose who provides services to them. They have a right to expect knowledgeable, trained staff working with them; staff that genuinely care about them, their needs, and their growth and development.