In Home Supports are.....supports provided in the individual's home. That home may be leased or owned by them, shared with a group, or it may be the family home. We currently provide In-home supports to 7 individuals in Northern Virginia. The best part about in-home supports is how flexible they are. Some people use them in combination with other support systems they have such as work, school, consumer directed companion care or family. While they are called in-home supports, the individuals CLA supports still spend time in the community doing things that are important to and for them. Staff are available to support them in accessing these activities or spending time at home. Contact Calvin Crenshaw or Gena Bunney to learn more about In Home Support opportunities at CLA.