Promoting success in independent living for adults with developmental disabilities

Supported Living is simple: It's a range of services designed to help adults with developmental disabilities remain in independent community living. If your needs change, yourservices change!

Wood Supported Living Services


1. Get on the HUD Voucher rental assistance waiting list CLICK HERE

2. Submit a pre-application to be placed on the waiting list for

     Burbank Housing Properties CLICK HERE.

3. Ask your North Bay Regional Center SC for a Skill Assessment

4. Apply for Social Security benefits CLICK HERE

5. Apply for Medi-Cal and In Home Support Services (IHSS) CLICK HERE

Our services are available to adults 18 years or older*, who are or want to live independently,  via purchase from North Bay Regional Center (NBRC). Just ask your Service Coordinator (SC). If you don't know who your SC is, or do not yet receive Regional Center services, CLICK HERE to be redirected to our resources page for NBRC contact information. *Assessment purchases may be available to Regional Center clients under the age of 18

Independence is a work in progress. No matter where you are in your journey, here are 5 things you can do today to get moving towards independent living!

Who is Eligible for our services?

​​Five Principles of Supported Living

Our services empower you to realize your potential for independence by using the five principles of supported living from the California Supported Living Network (CSLN) : 

1. A home of One's own

2. Choice and self-direction

3. Flexible tailored services

4. Relationships

5. Community membership.

What Services do we offer?

Supported Living Services: Pretty much everything you need to be independent, and what services you get depends on what YOU want! From assistance with medical concerns, housing, cooking, cleaning, managing money, and attending church, to building relationships, exercising and going on trips, we do it all so you can too!

Skill Assessment Purchase:  Our comprehensive skill assessments are designed to highlight strengths, uncover safety concerns, and give you an idea of how we feel we could best serve you. Our assessments cover various practical, social, and problem solving skills. We take into account the observations of family members and trusted advocates. At the end, we will provide you with a thorough written report and proposal of services, including possible days, times, frequency, and nature of the services to be provided. Because this is a separate purchase, there is no obligation to continue with Wood SLS for Supported Living after the assessment is complete.

Living Arrangement Purchase: a living arrangement purchase is typically made for someone who lives at home, or does not have permanent housing. Your CPC can get you an LA purchase for 35 hours of 1:1 time with our staff. Finding a place you can afford can take as little as a month, to as long as 6 years. Following the tips below NOW can help you make the process go faster... Whether you've decided to move out yet or not!

Thinking about moving out?