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Day Habilitation

Day Habilitation

Day Habilitation Services are provided to individuals who would like to work on life-skill goals such as cooking, cleaning, socialization, community safety, etc. through a CARF-certified program called Community Integration. Individuals have the opportunity to be active and access their community through communications and socialization activities.

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HCBS (Home & Community Based Services)

HCBS (Home & Community Based Services)

In our Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) Division, we work with both adults and children, customizing our services to meet their individual needs. Our goal is to help our clients live as independently as possible. We also assist families that are committed to caring for children with disabilities within their home, but need more […]

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ICF/ID (Eastern Region)

ICF/ID (Eastern Region)

Individuals served within our ICF/ID program all have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, and may require a high level of support. Beyond that, the individuals have a variety of secondary diagnoses including autism, cerebral palsy, communication deficit, behavioral disorders, as well as a wide variety of medical diagnoses. Several of the individuals require the […]

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RCF/PMI (Residential Care Facility for Persons w/ Mental Illness)

RCF/PMI (Residential Care Facility for Persons w/ Mental Illness)

Imagine The Possibilities took over operations of the county-owned Andrew Jackson Care Facility building, obtaining licensure to operate a Residential Care Facility for Persons with Mental Illness (RCF/PMI) in November 2012. The RCF/PMI program offers an assortment of services both in-house and through local community resources to adults with cognitive disabilities and behavioral issues who […]

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Representative Payee

Representative Payee

Representative Payee service is designed to assist individuals who are seeking knowledge and development of individual money management skills. Imagine The Possibilities Representative Payee program currently manages the monthly incomes of our various customers & consumers, to help develop financial management skills that are necessary for independent living. In addition to paying monthly bills, the staff […]

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Vocational Services

Vocational Services

Employment Services Imagine the Possibilities’ Employment Services Training has successfully placed many individuals at various work sites in the surrounding communities.  The programs are designed to offer supported employment opportunities to individuals who have both the desire to work in an integrated work setting and employment abilities for this setting.  The two main goals of […]

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Outreach Services

Outreach Services

Our Outreach Services program helps to fill many of the gaps faced by people with disabilities. Traditional funding streams limit the kinds of equipment and activities that can be purchased. Through the generous support of United Way of Mahaska County, Imagine the Possibilities is able to meet many of those needs, such as camper ships […]

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CSLA (Community Supported Living Arrangements)

CSLA (Community Supported Living Arrangements)

Imagine the Possibilities, Inc. is accredited by deemed status through HCBS to provide CSLA services. The scope of services is essentially identical to that of scattered site SCL under HCBS, but makes the service available to those who are not eligible for the waiver but have a county of legal settlement that is willing to […]

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ICF/ID Western Region

ICF/ID Western Region

Individuals served within our ICF/ID program all have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, and may require a high level of support. Beyond that, the individuals have a variety of secondary diagnoses including autism, cerebral palsy, communication deficit, behavioral disorders, as well as a wide variety of medical diagnoses. Several of the individuals require the […]

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ICF/ID Central Region

ICF/ID Central Region

Individuals served within our ICF/ID program all have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, and may require a high level of support. Beyond that, the individuals have a variety of secondary diagnoses including autism, cerebral palsy, communication deficit, behavioral disorders, as well as a wide variety of medical diagnoses. Several of the individuals require the […]

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