Homes for Adults with Developmental Disabilities - applications for available spaces are managed directly with each program. Please use the following
contacts to check on availability:
Kokua: 360- 705-4465 or www.kokua.org
LGH Residential: 360-491-8288 or www.lghres.com
Community Resources: 360-943-6257 or www.community-resources.com
Place One: 360- 491-2396 or www.placeoneinc.com
Aacres: 360-539-7650 or www.aacresllc.com
Kokua Services – Group Living for the Developmentally Disabled
“Provide citizens with disabilities with the support they need to lead full and meaningful lives.”
Kokua is a residential support agency serving adults with disabilities. Kokua’s mission is to provide the encouragement, support and care necessary to enable persons with disabilities to lead full and meaningful lives. We believe it is the right of our clients to participate in the life of their community, including the right to meaningful work and the right to take measured risks in pursuit of their dreams.
LGH Residential Services
LGH Residential Services Inc. provides in house assisted living services to individuals who are Developmentally Disabled, medically fragile and or have a mental illness. They exclusively contract with the State of Washington to provide those services.
LGH Residential Services started out as Lacey Group Home, contracting with the State of Washington, Division of Developmental Disabilities on March 1, 1979. The group home received six clients from the State which was downsizing its’ state institutions for the Developmentally Disabled. They continue to operate the Group Home with five clients. In 1980, LGH added three clients in a program called Alternative living. In 1983, they added 25 clients in Lewis Co Washington in a Supportive Living program. These clients live in their own homes or apartments. LGH provides 24 hour staff for those situations. From 1983-2000, they added another 26 clients in Thurston Co Washington. LGH currently serves 40 clients and have 90 employees.
Placeone provides quality staffing services for our developmentallycooking1 disabled clients, to promote independence in all aspects of their lives. Since 1995 Placeone has served the greater Thurston County area in supporting individuals referred by the Division of Developmental Disabilities.
Aacres has a strong commitment to serving people which is the cornerstone of our strength and success. Accepting people with respect and creativity enhances our ability to stand beside them through the difficult times in their lives.