Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services
The Volunteers of America Chesapeake Intellectual Disabilities (ID) Services programs support adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities both in home and apartment settings. These environments provide 20-hour concentrated services for our individuals, focusing on both skill-building and community integration.
Our comprehensive program also supports individuals with medical and behavioral needs. In addition, VOA Chesapeake’s ID Services is enrolled as a Medicaid provider in the Medicaid Waiver Program in DC and Virginia, and as an Intermediate Care (ICF) Provider in the District of Columbia.
At VOA Chesapeake, our mission is to create environments that are safe, integrated and enriching for the individuals we support. Our services are tailored to each individual’s needs and are person-centered, enabling people to exercise choice in their lives. We operate with a focus on individual outcomes and we measure success by how well we adhere to these principles.
The expertise and experience of our staff include specialized services, such as nursing, occupational therapy, physical and speech therapy, psychology, nutrition and medical services. We insist on hiring and retaining the most highly-qualified professionals in these fields.
Many of our staff have over 25 years of experience serving individuals with intellectual disabilities and bring us a wealth of skills that make a major contribution to our services.
Contact our ID Services Programs to learn more:
Northern Virginia Community Living Centers
Vice President of Intellectual Disabilities Services: Belinda Tiller
Program Director: Carrie Cortez
12940 Harbor Drive
Woodbridge, VA 22192
Virginia Beach Community Living Centers
Program Director: Gail McLemore
5677 Herbert Moore Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
District of Columbia Community Living Centers
Program Director Kyle Fields
7505 Greenway Center Drive
Greenbelt, MD 20770