Odessa/Big Spring, TX
D&S Community Services is a provider of Home and Community Based Services (HCS) and Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) programs in Odessa and Big Spring. We have 2 Intermediate Care Facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF-IID). HCS services provided in the Odessa area include Supported Home Living services (SHL), Host Homes, Texas Home Living (TxHmL), respite care, community activities, transportation, day habilitation programs and more.
D&S Community Services is a leading, full-service provider with highly trained staff committed to providing premium quality care with an emphasis on in-house professional expertise, medical care and behavior support services. Our staff includes Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), Registered Nurses (RN) and QIDPs. Our Quality Assurance team provides guidance and oversight to ensure adherence to state regulations and industry standards, promoting the highest level of care possible for the individuals we support.
Our residential programs and services for the intellectually challenged make the most of the Odessa/Big Spring communities. Odessa is a city neither too small nor too large to accommodate a good living environment. It has warm weather, cool sunrises, beautiful sunsets and lots of friendly people. A fun fact about Odessa is that the Hollywood movie, “Friday Night Lights”, was based off of our local high school football programs. Several businesses have employed the individuals we serve including Wal-Mart, Albertson’s grocery, Sonic, El Dorado Country club, La Bodega restaurant, and local Texas Burger part of Rosa’s Café.
Odessa & Big Spring Services
Our Odessa & Big Spring program provides the following services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families:
- ICF-IID Group Homes
- Supported Home Living Services
- Host Home
- Texas Home Living
- Behavior Supports
- Health Services
- Day Habilitation Program
- Specialized Therapies
Our ICF/IID group homes offer quality residential living for individuals with intellectual challenges and disabilities. Many of our residences can be modified to meet the special needs of the individuals residing there. Our programs, supports, and community involvement provide a secure foundation for promoting a life of optimal independence and engagement for the disabled individual as well as their family.
Have questions about our homes or other services? Contact Executive Director Amy Ratliff at (325)-944-1809 or inquire online.Read More