Community Resources

Community Resources encompasses In-Home Services and In-Pact’s day program, also known as the Community Learning Program (CLP).

The CLP is located within our Olga Brinkman & Cyril Sandala Clubhouse at 3191 W. 121st Avenue in Crown Point. CLP provides recreational activities and engaging programs to promote inclusion within the community. Services are currently available to In-Pact Group Homes, Supported Services and In-Home Services. Individuals with significant behavioral needs benefit from the low individual to staff ratios. Qualified staff work diligently to provide compassionate, specialized care. 

Current CLP services include:

  • Problem-solving skills training
  •  Activities of daily living education
  • Health and wellness education
  • Self-advocacy skill building
  • Activity planning assistance
  • Community access support
  • Social integration support
  • Special Olympics
  • Community-based volunteer opportunities.

In-Home Services provides support to individuals residing in their family home. In-Pact works cohesively with the family to create needs-based goals to promote independence. Trained staff assist with in-home skill building, daily living activities and short-termed supervised care. Staff also facilitate community integration through learning, leisure and recreational activities.

Services include:

Families interested in In-Home Services need to apply for waiver services through the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities (BDDS). Services are funded through the following two waivers:


Questions about Community Resources? Contact Richard Holland, Director of Community Resources


“The staff at In-Pact are caring, compassionate, and always looking for ways for my son to increase his abilities. I truly appreciate In-Pact and its every effort to provide a safe and caring environment for my son regardless of his behaviors or challenges all these years.”

– Donna Kroll

“In-Pact will always have a special place in my heart. They were there when I needed them and they continue to be there for our family. For all the people watching over Cameron, I just would like to say thank you, thank you for everything that you do and continue to do.”

– Jacqueline Mobley

“Our son lost his eyesight, and that combined with his autism and being deaf made life difficult for both him and our family. In-Pact stepped in and gave us the help we needed. Over the years we have met many caring and dedicated individuals who work at In-Pact. They truly care.”

– Tom Ogren
Parent and In-Pact Board Member

“The entire staff are kind, caring, and compassionate. My nephew’s caregivers understand that he is unique and has something very special to offer. They do not see his disability, they see a person who sees the world differently. I am grateful to know that Joe is surrounded by people who always have his best interest at heart.”

– Marty J. Wielgos
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