A Home Away from Home
Why choose ChildServe?
Who We Serve
ChildServe Homes offer 24-hour support and specialized nursing care. Children and young adults may have behavioral support needs, but must have a low risk of elopement and cannot present a risk of serious injury to self or others.
We offer three types of group homes:
ICF-ID Homes: Support children and young adults (5 through 21 years old) who have a diagnosis of Intellectual Disability and/or other developmental disabilities. Children and young adults may have multiple diagnoses, including but not limited to autism, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and muscular dystrophy.
RB-SCL Homes: Support children and young adults (5 through 21 years old) who have a diagnosis of Intellectual Disability or mental disability equivalent to Intellectual Disability as determined by a psychologists or psychiatrist.
SCL-R Homes: Support young adults (16 through 25 years old) who have a diagnosis of Intellectual Disability or mental disability equivalent to Intellectual Disability as determined by a psychologists or psychiatrist.
Live Life with ChildServe!
Frequently Asked Questions
What kinds of medical professionals take care of the children in ChildServe’s Homes?
- Direct Support Professionals
- Registered Nurses
- 24-Hour Medical Support Staff
- Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech-Language Pathologists
- Positive Behavior Support Specialists
- Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals
- Adaptive Equipment Technicians
What does ICF-ID stand for?
What does RB-SCL stand for?
What does SCL-R stand for?
How do I get started?
Contact our Family Service Specialist, by calling 515-331-8111.
Where is this service offered?
ChildServe Center - Johnston
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of nearly 5,800 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries, and other special healthcare needs.