Cultivating Independence Since 1996!
Established in 1996, Country Living Guest Home, Inc. is currently comprised of 7 group homes designed to meet the needs of adults who have Developmental Disabilities or are struggling with Mental Illness. Our mission is to provide a safe, peaceful, home-like environment to promote the self-empowerment and discipline needed to live independently.
All of our group homes are licensed by the State of North Carolina as either 5600A – Supervised Living for Adults with Mental Illness or 5600C – Supervised Living for Adults with Developmental Disabilities. We aim to provide our residents with opportunities to progress towards independence while aggressively addressing their mental illness and cognitive impairments associated with head injury and developmental disabilities.
Country Living Guest Home, Inc. provides residents with comfortable housing, utilities, basic cable, laundry, and many other amenities. To ensure safety and comfort at all times, each home provides 24-hour supervised care by one of our trained staff. To view our homes, visit our gallery page!
All group home staff are trained in CPR, First Aid, NCI-A, Seizure Management, Medication Administration, Blood Borne Pathogens, Diabetes, and Special Populations.
A Registered Nurse is on staff to oversee medications, arrange trainings, and to monitor the overall physical well-being of the residents.
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker is on staff to assess and respond to crisis situations, develop goal-oriented Person-Centered-Plans, and to provide therapy on an individual or group basis.
Our Quality Assurance Supervisor ensures that all homes are kept up to NC Health Regulations standards and provides assistance with the overall day-to-day operations of the homes.
In an effort to provide the best care possible, we offer transportation services for all of our residents. This includes frequent trips to all appointments including medical, psychiatric, dental, therapy, etc. We also provide residents with opportunities for various local outings to aid in community inclusion.
Our transitional housing program is a setting for residents who have demonstrated the ability to live independently and do not need the supervision associated with a licensed group home. Transitional Housing occupants are required to pay monthly rent, administer their own medications, arrange transportation, and maintain a safe and healthy living environment. Country Living continues to provide support to these residents on an as-needed basis.