MODEST COMMUNITY SERVICES
The Agency’s objective is to provide appropriate Supports and Services to individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages and their families.
Welcome to Modest
Modest Community Services Association, Inc. (MODEST) is a non-profit agency approved and regulated by the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), to provide active support and services to people with developmental disabilities of all ages and their families.
Individuals with developmental disabilities are affected by many social and environmental factors. MODEST’s therapeutic framework combines person-centered planning and innovative habilitation support and services that are developed to inspire the individuals receiving services to live as independently as possible within their community. Our clinical and support staff members have a direct and larger impact on the quality of life experience of the people we serve
A 24-hour Supervised Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA), a group living home where staff members support and supervises individuals receiving habilitation services. Within this setting, habilitation services are provided to individuals to ......
MODEST’S clinical and support staff work extensively with notable community organizations to ensure that our individuals have the opportunity to enjoy New York City’s social, cultural, and entertainment resources, which are diverse in nature........
Community Habilitation Services
CH is provided to clients who reside in a private home and in accordance with the person’s Individualized Service Plan (ISP). The individualized support services must provide self-direction and family direction as an ........
Day Habilitation Support and Services
Provides a range of meaningful experiences designed to meet individual choices and needs in community settings. These experiences might include purchasing, volunteering, or recreational activities ........
Referral for Services
Referrals to MODEST ordinarily come from OPWDD. It also can come from clinics, schools, family members, legal guardians, friends and self referral. Any New York State resident with a developmental disability can make a request for services funded by......