Villa’s nine adult group homes are equipped with six beds each. The levels of residential care Villa provides include:
Community Care Homes
Levels two and three Community Care Homes provide a supportive, nurturing environment so residents can enhance and maintain skills necessary to become successful, functioning, independent adults. Level two homes have one staff to six residents ratio; level three
homes have one staff to three residents ratio.
Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) Homes
These homes are Medi-cal funded and provide the intensive medical and training services needed by residents who require help with all aspects of daily living. A team of trained medical professionals and support staff including a dietitian, pharmacist, attending physician, registered nurse, occupational therapist, speech pathologist, qualified mental retardation professional and trained staff combine their efforts to provide for the needs of these adults. The ratio of staff to residents is one to three.
Villa also offers an Independent Living Skills (ILS) Program for individuals living independently who need ongoing support.
Villa Esperanza Services is a non-profit organization with contracted services with regional centers. Private-pay options are also available.
For more information in Pasadena please contact Damion Lee, Director of Residential Services at (626)449-2919, ext.113. Or in Westlake Village/Thousand Oaks contact Charles Bloomquist, Director of West Region, at (805) 446-1939, ext. 14.