Mainstay Life Services is a nonprofit organization providing residential services and other supports to people with developmental disabilities, and their families. We are committed to assisting the people in our care to reach their fullest potentials within their communities.
Our services include 24-hour full-care homes, semi-independent living, supported living (less than 30 hours per week of assistance), lifesharing, host-home, and in-home care. We also provide a range of community support options including transportation, habilitation, special therapies, and a summer camp program.
Mainstay Life Services began in the late 1960s as two separate agencies who merged in 1999. Currently, services are provided to nearly 250 people who are living at home, with a host family, or in one of the agency’s 50 single-family homes or apartments. For the past 38 years, the agency has provided respite care each summer for 80 adults.
In all that we do, we emphasize sensitivity, respect, dignity, compassion, and responsiveness to individual needs. Mainstay Life Services is supported by federal, state, and county government funding, as well as foundation grants and other private donations.