Frequently Asked Questions
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Are private rooms available?
Yes, all resident bedrooms are private.
Do we get to choose our housemates?
If we have multiple openings, you may be offered an opportunity to add input.
Why should I choose PLS?
We understand that there are many providers to choose from. Our mission is that each individual PLS provides services to, has the opportunity to achieve their desired level of independence, and is happy, healthy, and safe while residing in our care, and our program is customized to provide these opportunities for all persons served. We offer a wide variety of quality services and in-house social activities, as well as a monthly calendar of external activities residents may choose from in the local communities. We encourage and support our residents to be as active as desired in the community, to be outgoing, and to live fulfilled and happy lives. We encourage you to stop in and talk more about our services and to set up a tour with our Program Director.
May I bring my own furniture?
Yes, you may bring your own personal belongings. PLS is required to provide a baseline of furnishings for your bedroom.
May I have a job and live at PLS?
Yes, we encourage and support the development of skills needed to attain supported and competitive employment. There are also local career support companies that specialize in assisting persons find employment that is interesting and beneficial to them.
May I have a car while living at PLS?
Yes, we work with multiple individuals that own vehicles. Although parking space is limited, this is a possibility.
Do you work with violent persons?
PLS requires historical and current information for all potential placements so a review may be complete to determine if our services can have a positive impact on the person. We occasionally work with persons whom take medication for anger management and related symptoms. Persons that exhibit behaviors that are threats of and actual physical harm are unable to reside in our homes. We work closely with the doctors and case workers to encourage positive behavior in the home and with others. If there is a behavioral situation, staff intervene and implement their de-escalation skills to establish a safe and calm household.